I try to experience a wide range of all life's pleasures, both
simple and complex.
It's too hard to give anything resembling a comprehensive list in
any one category, and some of my real favorites I should probably
not post here because I don't necessarily want them to "represent
me" or whatever. I'd like to be in a world where we're judged on
what we're like, not what we like.
To give some indication though, I'd say I love Asian food,
Tarentino movies (not all of them), Star Wars (not all of them) and
movies that challenge form and story telling, and a wide range of
books--everything from King and pulpy mystery novels to Vonnegut,
Adams, Atwood, etc.
I watch too much TV, even though I don't actually have cable.
Netflix is both the best and worst thing to happen to me--I love
finding wonderful, horrible, never-before-heard-of TV series, but I
find the occasional day is eaten by the new season of some weird
British Sci-fi or hilariously illogical history channel series. I
have a particular weakness for police procedurals, campy sci-fi
shows, and sexy sexy Alexander Skarsgard.
As for music, I like a wide range of music, but of the categories
listed, it's definitely the one I know the least about. I just
don't keep up with new bands & albums the way I do new shows,
books, movies, and restaurants. I grew up with musicians, so I know
a good bit about music in terms of theory and performance. I have
strong feelings about Tool and The Beatles, and lesser feelings
about other bands. I will listen to anything anyone wants to share
with me, but I don't necessarily want to be "educated" on a long
list of hipster bands. Share, don't impose.