Ask me a question I've never been asked before.
When I was in grade three I jumped on two ketchup packets in the schoolyard. They, unsurprisingly (in retrospect), burst all over my shoes. I was afraid my parents would see the mess so I hid my shoes from them.
Every so often I experience what I call mental euphorgasms. It tends to happen when that which I'm taking in is so vast and awesome (before the word 'awesome' became everyone's descriptor for virtually everything good), like, for example, sitting on my surfboard beyond the break, watching the sun set (I should mention that I'm a terrible surfer), or staring at a clear starlit sky while attempting to comprehend the vastness of the universe, or watching an incredibly talented person performing.
I just returned from spending the entire winter in Costa Rica / Nicaragua where I was working remotely for a Toronto-based company (the work and the locations were entirely unrelated). It was a fantastic experience and opened my eyes/mind to some wonderful new things :)
Helping people work through their problems.
Putting the toilet seat back down (including the lid).
TV: The Walking Dead, Homeland, Mad Men, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, Breaking Bad, The Real World Challenges, Game Of Thrones and a few more I'm not yet willing to admit in such a public forum.
Movies: Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade (and also Raiders of the Lost Ark), Kingdom of Heaven, Memento, Being John Malkovitch, Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and probably a bunch more I can't think of at the moment!
My most recent reads were: And The Mountains Echoed (Khaled Hosseini), The Dinner (Herman Koch), The Sisters Brothers (Patrick deWitt), and People Of The Book (Geraldine Brooks). I'm currently reading Sweetness and Power - The Place of Sugar in Modern History (Sidney W. Mintz) (*update - this book is terrible haha. On the hunt for a new book to read)
-You're healthy; relatively.
-You're smart and aware but not judgey.
-You'd consider a one week long first date in Croatia, or something similarly insane (except you won't call it insane - you'll call it your next adventure).
-We'd make a wicked survival team in a zombie-apocalypse (I'd be your Jesse Eisenberg and you'd be my Emma Stone).
-Your profile doesn't sound like a business pitch.
-Not all your pictures (on here and Fb/Instagram etc) are selfies.