Yuck, self-description is awful. The only interesting things I can think of to list are potential character flaws, which, if you meet me, will make themselves known soon enough, I'm sure.
Humor. I thrive on humor. Make me laugh and we'll get along just fine. Being a smarty-pants is good, too. Wearing good pants: also a plus. Oh wait, this is supposed to be about me...
Also, I work in healthcare, so if you're in need of horrifying/disgusting hospital stories I can probably accommodate.
Yeah, that last one was a bit tough to swallow...
I read equal parts fiction and nonfiction. History, science, and biography are probably my favorites in the nonfiction department. Favorite fiction authors off the top of my head are Anne Rice, China Miéville, Wesley Stace, Ian McEwan, Charles Dickens, Lian Hearn, Donna Tartt, Ursula Le Guin, and, of course, Tolkien. I'll give just about anything a shot, within reason. Just no S&M ladyporn, thankyouverymuch.
I love most ethnic cuisine, excluding Eskimo and anything from Bizarre Foods, but I will attempt to try new things so long as they're not too bizarre...you know, like balut or kæstur hákarl.
I listen to music that I like, regardless of its popularity, which means I like a lot of stuff that people have never heard of. Yeah, I'm that guy.
Television: Anything that makes me laugh is most welcome, and fortunately there's a lot of that on television these days. I'm a huge fan of British television. Anyone looking at my Netflix queue would probably assume it belongs to an English senior citizen; I've never met a British murder mystery I didn't like.
Current TV loves: Jessica Jones and Broadchurch.
Also, life could never be complete without a liberal dose of the Golden Girls. In heaven I live on their street and we have parties on the lanai.