Liz Lemon taught us that we can "have it all"
You don't really have to like sports but maybe you could just learn one player's name and then call him your favorite? Or at least be aware of which team plays which sport. This works the same way in reverse. So if you are super interested in opera, I’ll say Puccini is by far my favorite, and he's clearly superior to Wagner. (Yes, I had to look that up.) I coach all kinds of sports at my school. (Badminton, dodgeball, basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball).
It's important that you are flexible and feel it's ok to change your mind. Being able to change your mind is a strength, not a weakness.
I'm looking for someone who shares a positive outlook.
Someone who says yes to adventure but who is secure enough to say "no thank you" to eating worms.
And I hope you’re looking for reasons to be excited.
If you don't have a bottle of champagne in the fridge, you'll never have anything to celebrate.
Movies - Groundhog Day, That Thing You Do!, Pulp Fiction, Big Lebowski, Casablanca, The Dark Knight, Avengers, 50/50,
TV - Parks and Recreation, West Wing, Arrested Development, 30 Rock, Friday Night Lights, Battlestar Galactica, The Wire, Community, Scandal, Gilmore Girls, Arrow, Breaking Bad
Music - Billy Joel, Ben Folds, Explosions in the Sky, Kanye West, The National, Coldplay, Neko Case, Band of Horses,
Food - Sandwiches
I don't take spicy food very well. But most adventurous restaurants are aware that taste bud wimps like me enjoy adventure.
Time to Breathe
Oh, and I'm not "EXTREME". So, if you want to rock-para-bungie-skydive, I'm probably out. Almost anything else is fine.