My high school English teacher once told me I had an old soul, which is probably the best compliment I have ever received.
Mostly making and eating sandwiches. And taking my dog to the park.
-Making obscure movie references
Things I'm bad at:
-banjo, but I'm working on it
Books: Catch 22, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Cloud Atlas, ASoIaF, anything by Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, Kurt Vonnegut, Bill Bryson, or the science fiction greats: Bradbury, Asimov, Heinlein, etc.
Movies: The Iron Giant, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, For a Few Dollars More (the whole trilogy), Unforgiven, Brazil, Death at a Funeral (the English one), Boogie Nights, Pulp Fiction, the Kill Bills, Looper, Back to the Future (I'm a sucker for time travel movies), Garden State, Walk Hard, The Gods Must Be Crazy, Blazing Saddles, and everything done by the Coen Brothers (especially The Big Lebowski, O Brother Where Art Thou, and No Country for Old Men), or Wes Anderson (especially The Royal Tenenbaums and The Life Aquatic).
Shows: Community, Breaking Bad, Arrested Development, Firefly, The Venture Bros., 30 Rock, Flight of the Conchords.
Music: Basically a lot of classic rock, a fair bit of folk rock, some indie rock, and a heaping portion of classical (Mendelssohn is my jam, but nothing beats Beethoven). But my music changes frequently.
Food: I love all of it. Except I don't like scrambled eggs. I make it a point to try scrambled eggs once a year or so, to make sure I still don't like them, but I haven't come around on it yet. Maybe next year.
*UPDATE* I like scrambled eggs now! Under the right circumstances, which are with a lot of hot sauce and wrapped in a tortilla.
2. Science. Yeah, Science!
3. Music, both listening and playing
4. A headlamp (seriously get one, it's never not useful)
5. Food, because then I'd be dead. Also, food is delicious.
2. Staying home by myself to watch a movie/chill out and play video games
3. Something else entirely
And not just the guy parts.
I also just realized I said "guy parts" in the previous section, and it's making me laugh more than it should.