After a dual medical degree/PhD in horribleness, enter the working world.
Math. I used to do competitive math. 20 seconds, no pen/paper. Ready? Ratio of the areas for a square transcribed within a circle? A circle transcribed within a square?
Now do 80 questions like that in 10 minutes when you're in 6th grade.
Turning people off by talking about how good I am at math and at drinking milk.
Movies: Not really a movie person.
Shows: Not much of a shows person. Only two I make an effort to watch are Futurama and My Little Pony. Most of the time I watch something, it's a video game stream (I know, right? Just think of it like watching MLB or NBA)
Music: Too much stuff to mention. My audiophile of a roomate last year described my library as 'that sort of music we all listened to in 8th grade'. Rise Against, Breaking Benjamin, Linkin Park, etc.
While that sort of stuff is the majority of my library, I also like a lot of other stuff, from Taylor Swift to what I'm listening to as I type this: a lovely mix of a jazz piano, a cello, and dubstep.
If you want an example, here's a quick library I threw together fro when I'm not at my desktop. Hit shuffle, I started making it while listening to a certain playlist most people might not enjoy.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-avQ8HxuskA&list=PLXg4KV2YSA4HGHAW8IM99LXMNbX_NDpkV&feature=plpp_play_all
Food: Not much to say, I'm pretty vanilla at the table.
Punk drumming: Basis for real music.
A good blanket: a;lkdjfladsjfiwpasafaspfhsa so comfy
Serotonin and Dopamine: Technically the only two things people enjoy.
That sound cold ingredients make when hitting a hot frying pan: This needs no explanation.
Soda: ... yeah, you don't want to see my desk right now.
Probably that, despite the fact that I act like an optimist, I'm much more of a pessimist that acts like an optimist because most people don't deserve to have to deal with pessimism.
Or if you're not viewing this page after I messaged you :D