As a result my policy is to try all sorts of things and say yes to everything within reason. If you asked me to go globe trotting and drop everything for a month, I'd probably say yes (provided I trusted you and enjoyed your company).
I'm not into mysticism or religion, but if you like it that's fine as long as it doesn't hurt you. Flagellation: not cool.
I live in the city and try to take advantage of it as much as possible. My only gripe is that I can't have a dog or parking spot but with housing prices like these I wouldn't waste the great 4 year old lease I have now.
My current fitness goal is Bane, but without the mask.
-getting lost on purpose
A Brave New World,
Into The Wild,
East of Eden,
A Song of Ice and Fire,
Stranger in a Strange Land,
Anything by Dave Barry,
Anything by Asimov,
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,
Lord of The Rings,
Tenth of December,
Currently reading: Melmoth the Wanderer
Empire of the Sun,
Mad Max Fury Road (holy crap!),
Monty Python and the Holy Grail,
Star Wars IV-VI,
Lord of the Rings,
The Dark Knight,
The Life Aquatic,
Hayao Miyazaki films,
Ghost in the Shell,
Full Metal Jacket,
Harold & Maude,
The Great Dictator
Rick and Morty,
Aqua Teen Hunger Force,
The Sarah Silverman Program,
Game of Thrones,
Orange is the New Black,
historical series like John Adams
All kinds of stuff, love the 80s, love EDM, love classical. Cat Stevens is my favorite artist. My spotify is a complete mishmash.
Food: Anything really, but Round Table Pizza is a crime against humanity.
Okay, so in quidditch if you catch the snitch you get 150 points. If you throw the quaffle through a hoop you get 10 points. Did J.K Rowling or whichever ghost writer decide that since most sports' scoring systems are fucking weird and arbitrary (see tennis) that their wizard sport's should be too? WHY NOT 15 POINTS AND 1 POINT! The scoring machine used in the films has a one's place and it looked just as worn as the ten's and hundred's place. What the crap is that?
Did they figure out the 15 to 1 ratio via stats or something? I don't hear anything about math at Hogwarts. It is total bullshit that wizards must rely on the public school systems to teach their kids grammar and arithmetic, and then never pay taxes. Do wizards pay taxes to muggle governments and their own? RIDDLE ME THIS ROWLING!
Maybe reading Grey's Anatomy at The Page.