My curly hair (when it's not cut too short)?
My mutton chops (when I grow them out)?
Idk, you tell me?
I'll say that I will almost always clean my... and possibly your plate. I don't like food going to waste. I'm not a picky eater if it comes down to food vs no food, but I know my preferences very well. I used to say my favorite food was Garlic bread and Dragon's Milk (a delicious beer). I'm not sure if Dragon's Milk is my favorite anymore...
*Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
(at leas it was a favorite when I read it many years ago)
*Brave New World
*The perks of being a wallflower
*The Little Prince
*I read a lot of informative books which tends to burn me out on reading for fun, but now that I have a bit more time maybe I'll start reading some more for fun.
I don't watch much TV, at least I try not to. To that end, I don't have Cable or anything like that; I prefer Netflix (no commercials! Less $ et cetera) and currently don't have that, so I just use the internet to watch things.
I have a standard def TV that I watch movies & play games on, and I plan to eventually replace it with a decent (and more energy efficient) flat HDTV. Here's some things I do watch.
*Game of Thrones (when I can get it...)
*HOUSE (it's been a very long time and I'm many seasons behind)
*Star Trek (I'll probably watch every episode of all of them at some point right now I'm on DS9)
*History channel, Discovery channel, Science channel & that sort of thing
*occasional news, usually filtered threw the pundants on Comedy Central
*Big Bang Theory
*30 Rock, Arrested Development, and some other comedy shows.
I guess there are quite a lot of things I will watch if I feel like it, I'm not into most of those bad reality shows though. I don't feel like trying to list them all.
Cooking shows make me hungrier than usual.
I like a variety of types of movies. I never want to watch anything called "the human centipede" ever. I don't like to watch the same movie I've just recently seen almost ever. I might prefer to watch a great movie or to sit around talking about stuff on a hammock, mostly it's the company that matters, and watching a decent movie can be a good time with the right company. It all depends on what kind of movie we/I are in the mood for. It's not something I usually do alone, though TV shows I'll watch on marathon mode.
A few of the movies I consider good are:
The Matrix, Snatch, Run Lola Run, Memento, The Shawshank Redemption, Paprika, Groundhog Day, Harold & Maude, Brick, Dirty Harry, Kung Pow, Eternal Sunshine, Fight Club, Seven Samuari, Kill Bill and many many more. I think it would be hard to find someone who doesn't agree with me on at least a few good movies.
these are by no means my favorites, just some I like and could think of right now.
I'm very eclectic with music as well. Here's a short list of some stuff I wouldn't recommend trash talking about with me around.
Jimmy Hendrix, Modest Mouse, Incubus, Tom Waits, Radiohead, Queen, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, The pixies, Amanda Palmer, The Clash, The White Stripes, Semi sonic, Cake, Magnetic Fields, Yo-Yo ma, Ok Go, Led Zeplin, Gogol Bordello, The Smiths, there's lots more that I'm not thinking of at the moment.
*I could go without high speed internet access for months at a time but I'd really rather not, especially right now.
*The same goes for sex. A year would be a long time to go without...
*Friends! Feeling isolated from them for long periods would kinda suck. I at least want to chat with them once in a while.
*access to healthy and delicious food
*convenient Transportation, at least a bike is nice to have for getting around town
*financial stability and at least a mild amount of independence.
In my apartment/house? Maybe.
With a friend/lover? Maybe.
Alone playing video games/sleeping/working? Maybe.
Outside? Preferably at some point if just for a moment.
Spending a portion of my hard earned discretionary income on fun experiences? If I so choose, but I usually don't spend money just for the sake of it being Friday.
At a party with people I know? Sounds fun. Maybe I'll go!
Doing mostly the same thing I did the last Friday night? Maybe.
Please don't try and plan out my Friday night more than 3 days in advance unless you have something particularly fun or necessary for me to do....or you happen to know I really really enjoy your company.
Right now I'm just looking to meet friends; I'm seeing someone and have yet to sort out how serious the relationship is, so I don't want to split my focus romantically.