Apparently not, though, since I succeeded in describing myself.
I attended college back East for three and a half years, but was unable to complete my major in four years and felt I needed a break before attempting the fifth year. I started out as an anthro major, but changed to a math major a little too late in the game to complete on time.
I have idiopathic hypersomnolence, which is code for 'a disorder like narcolepsy but not narcolepsy that we don't have a name for yet.' Unlike narcoleptics, I do not suffer from cataplexy (i.e. I do not suddenly fall on my face asleep), and I don't get rest/refreshment from naps during the day. Otherwise, the symptoms are similar.
I'm interested in many subjects and several artistic forms, but tend to dislike delving too deeply into the specifics of any one thing. I productively spend a lot of my non-working time playing videogames, although I do a number of other things as well. (I played World of Warcraft, but I quit two and half years ago.)
For a while, I spent time watching Rifftrax – I have quite a few still to see, although I've now seen almost all the shorts. I watch(ed) Mystery Science Theater, yes.
Unlike most people, I'm often more awkward online than in person, because things seem to have permanence in print, and I often obsessively correct things I write to the point that I sound stilted or my personality doesn't come across well. Part of my sense of honesty is connected with avoiding the untrue elements of generalized statements. This means I can end up listing exceptions to a point for longer than I'm making the point. In person, I generally don't overthink what I say and am more natural. Also, my sense of humor doesn't come across in written form well at all.
The best way to make me angry is either to be dishonest or to try to 'peer pressure' me into something I've stated I don't care to do.