Help your potential matches find common interests.
BOOKS: i love classic literature, stuff like the divine comedy,
canterbury tales, etc... i am currently reading my 5 year old the
original "Peter Pan" by J.M Barrie (NOT W. Disney), the original
Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne (NOT W. Disney), and The Little
Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery (incidentally, The Little Prince
holds my most honest and real philosophies on life and the ways of
the world.) the lovely bones, ROOM by emma donoghue, graphic
novels, ANYTHING by neil gaiman but especially "Stardust" and "Good
Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch." If
you have read this last book, and loved it, you just got about
10,000 bonus points. and david wong. i have been trying to read
"house of leaves" by mark danielewski for YEARS but i simply CAN
NOT get myself into it. if you have read it, help me! Flowers for
Algernon, The God Delusion, and The Fault in our Stars (I'm a
sucker for childhood cancer movies/books.) I got about 2 pages into
"'50 Shades of Grey" and realized it was absolute horseshit. The
writing is awful and it gives the BSDM community a bad rep
altogether. I have seen all of the Hunger Games movies but really
want to read the books too, so those are next on my list.
Movies: Gonna have to come back to this one... harry potter,
trainspotting, eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, wes anderson,
waking life, wristcutters: a love story, cloverfield, the little
mermaid, the charlie brown christmas movie, the south park movie,
hedwig and the angry inch, nightmare before christmas, hocus pocus
(CLASSIC!), who framed roger rabbit?, Hunger Games series. Just
watched Maleficent and loved it. I also loved The Fault in Our
Stars, even though admitting so is suicide for my reputation.
Shows: Recently really got into Archer. I had been avoiding it out
of some misguided loyalty to Frisky Dingo and Sealab 2021, but now
I feel like the other two were basically warm ups for the main act.
Supernatural, Cosmos, LOST, Breaking Bad, Orange is the New Black,
The Walking Dead, Angel, Charmed, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
(I wish the title was true...), Once Upon A Time, Pretty Little
Liars (I hate myself for that one), King of the Hill, The Simpsons,
South Park, Adult Swim in general, Rocko's Modern Life, old school
ironically, as much as i loathe tim and eric, i tend to get along
famously with people who think they are hilarious. it's not that i
"just don't get their humor", which has been suggested to me on
several occasions. oh i get it. it's just not funny. but if you
like them, then we would probably get along.