On the one hand, I am interested in the extraordinary within the seemingly ordinary, regular, every-day habits we take for granted and don't think about much. That's why I like taking pictures of trash. It shows what is "normal" in peoples' lives, what they consume every day, and what they do not value anymore because they throw it away.
On the other hand, I like the peculiar, unusual and sometimes freaky and other-worldly.
I sometimes take things from the person behind me in the supermarket queue at the register and pay it for them. I sometimes walk around in short pants with knee-high black socks (that way, all women turn around to look at you!). I like driving around the city very slowly with the windows down and very loud "Volksmusik" coming out of my speakers (yes, it's terrible music, but I find it so grotesquely terrible that I can laugh at its dumbness for hours). At my university, I sometimes went to the cafeteria's piano and started playing military marches to see if someone would complain (I am a pacifist!). When I buy flowers, I present them to the florist and ask her if she wants to marry me.
I like cats, but not their hair. I think dogs are funny, but some of them smell. :) As a child, I had a lot of hamsters. None of them lived longer than a year, and the stories of how they died were popular at my school.
I am a very warm, expressive and sensitive person who can give a lot of feeling and warmth. I am often absent-minded and wrapped up in my thoughts and fantasies.
I really hate my username here, but I chose it about 14 years ago when I spent a year in Massachusetts doing volunteer service with teens. Now I can't change it anymore without upgrading. I don't even know why it's "fifteen", I was 20 already back then...