My primary interests are physics, math, wikipedia, and games. I used to spend more time than I should on things like 4chan, tvtropes, cracked and the like. I am still grinding along as a physics graduate student (high energy theory). Grading is such a pain, but I've been lucky as of late.
I am still seeking that special someone to spend the rest of eternity with. However, given my (semi) recent observations, I'm feeling that such sentiments are (unfortunately) increasingly antiquated. Regardless, I'm not going to give up that easily...
Computers these days can simulate almost anything, who needs reality? It shouldn't surprise you that I spend a lot of time in imaginary worlds. However, I have actually traveled a fair amount with my family (IRL), though I've generally found the experiences to be physically taxing. My laziness aside, I probably should get more fresh air than I'm currently getting. Good scenery is hard to replicate with electronic devices, but the expenditures required to see it can exhaust me for days.
Though I claim to be a physicist, I don't always talk physics, because (surprise!) that can get boring eventually. It is often comical to speculate about politics/current events and how humanity is going to kill itself, among other things.
these things together mean I'm often unintentionally funny
西游记, 少年包青天, Office Space, Harold & Kumar, AMG/OMG, Memento, LA Confidential
RPG games (esp FF music/ created by Nobuo Uematsu), OMG music, 爱上一个不回家的人, 美丽的神话 (1&2), 爱上你给的痛, anime music, some classical
Eggplant is the most terrible thing ever. I frown upon cooked fish and cherries. I generally like spicy things. I prefer meat as a topping, rather than as a primary dish. I eat tons of rice/noodles. Other than that, I eat most things.
webcomics: xkcd, nerf now, phdcomics, girl genius, a girl and her fed, smbc
There's no slot for games, but I'll add one:
TF2, Borderlands 1/2, assorted flash/indie games, Deus Ex
chapstick - damn things are addicting
you believe that true love of some sort exists... even if we have to spend decades searching for it