I'm the type of person that would prefer a rainy afternoon sitting in front of the fireplace reading a good book, or solving a particularly interesting puzzle. However, I do like walking (hiking) about, and don't do it nearly enough as I'd like.
I am fractal, anatidaephobic, and Lagrangian
I can be extremely funny from time to time. However, the drawback is that the humour tends to involve obscure high-brow stuff like Austin Powers movies. Having to explain jokes leads to the inverse problem of superlative unfunniness.
I used to read non-fiction books for fun. However, I haven't had quite so much time recently, so I don't read them nearly as much as I used to. (Browsing the pages for obscure chemical compounds on wikipedia is just too addictive.)
I'm not exactly a movie buff... but do like the common ones you'll see mentioned in most people's profiles.
Music is a different story. I listen mostly to a collection built from the hitlist from a certain Australian radio station. It plays all sorts of things some good, some bad. However, it tends to find good new artists before anyone else does. The result is I listen to stuff a few years before it hits the main stream.
I cook. Usually in a boring way... I am a guy after all. However, I am not a vegetarian, and would not consider being with someone who is. Been there, done that. Sorry. If you're nice, I will cook for you quite often and would like to actually make the things I like to eat.
self-referential statements like this one.
Yes, this is a stupidly silly answer. However, I've picked myself up and jumped all around the world so many times now that all the important things for me just exist in my head. I can recreate them whenever I wish, I guess.
Philosophical discussions of moral or economic systems are also entertaining.
If you want to talk about the weather, prepare for Hadley cells.
The translation for the results from the "difficult math test" is:
Mathematical Novice: Grade School Math
Mathematical Apprentice: High School Math
Mathematical Expert: College Math
Mathematical Genius: Grad-School Math
Mathematical God: Post-Doc (research level) Math
The average person taking it is meant to get around 50% of the questions correct.
Other than that, you should probably message me if you are intellectual in some way or another. However, if your only topic of conversation is 19th century French poetry, then I may just bring up Groundhog Day.