If left to my own devices? Well in a completely solitary sense, I do solitary things. Play games, watch movies, rough house with my dog. If I'm with friends, what I'm doing completely depends on who I'm with. I've known people where rock climbing was our thing... others whom I'd go to the library with and just read... different strokes, ya know?
I guess some back story wouldn't hurt either.
I went to school and got a degree in Molecular Biology. I'm going back to school for another degree in Software Engineering. I figure I should take the opportunity to learn while I can.
In between these educational stints, I've worked as a writer, narrative director, research scientist, and editor for a news organization.
I have a dog. He's a Shiba Inu, and his name is Argos. He's awesome.
I'm more of a homebody than I am a party goer, but usually because I like going places with people I know. I'm not tremendously likely to head off to a club by myself, but I'll always be down if I've got the right person to go with.
I guess I should, again, stress the nerdy bit. If all you do is eat healthy and ride bikes, we could talk (I am big into sports, and my research job was as a Nutritional product formulator) but we probably won't be best friends. My body is in good enough shape for the every day, but it's not a microchip (get that reference and we will get along great).
You'll get much more out of me if you want to quote Futurama, or if you want to talk about how Dr Who is better than Battlestar Galactica, or how Talisman is better than Catan, or something along those lines. I'm just into being mentally engaged I guess. When it comes to the physical, I'm pretty much exploring the city, playing minigolf, or to be honest, having sex.
I will say I'm a bit of a sponge though. If you're into it, I'll do it. The exception to that being veganism. If you're a vegan, that's cool, no judgment, but have you ever had pigs-in-a-blanket? Or bacon wrapped prawns? There are... literally... too many good meat things in this world to pass up.