I think I've embraced sarcasm for so long that sometimes even I don't know when I'm being sarcastic or serious.
I know it gets a lot of flak, but I'm a Meyers-Briggs enthusiast:
It's been startlingly accurate about all of my friends who have taken it and I believe it is mostly correct about me.
Alice in Wonderland, anything by Kurt Vonnegut, Evelyn Waugh (A Handful of Dust <3 ), William Somerset Maugham, or Kurt Vonnegut. I try to read serious books, but I have a huge soft spot for whimsy, understatement, and frivolous verbosity. My bookshelf also has a depressing amount of trashy fantasy novels... Little, Big (John Crowley), The Magicians (Lev Grossman), and Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norell (Susanna Clarke) are fantastic (pun acknowledged).
Anything by Wes Andersen or Hayao Miyazaki. I enjoy a good visually-engaging movie and I'm by no means a film critic.
Arrested Development, Party Down, Mad Men, The Venture Brothers, iZombie. I'm not too picky about what I watch. Sometimes I just like to relax with cheesy tv on in the background.
Its probably just easier to link to my last.fm page (complete with shameful username and photo):
As a preface: I absolutely love food. Thai is definitely my favorite cuisine, shortly followed by mexican, korean, vietnamese and sushi (japanese is alright, but sushi rocks). Spicy food is my bread and butter. I love to cook, even if I'm financially prohibited from making some of the more elaborate dishes I would like to cook up.
If yall know of some good places to eat in Baltimore, I am always up to try something new.