I'd love to find somebody who would love a dinner out, maybe meeting some friends after for a drink or two, and then home. I'm not a person who loves partying all night these days. I'm happiest and most comfortable in a more intimate, quiet setting where I can actually talk to those I'm spending time with.
One of my old roommates used to comment that I'm ready to settle down and become a house-husband. In some ways I absolutely agree with her. I'm very happy in the kitchen and have a lot of trouble just cooking for one, subsequently I often either eat meals that are far larger than I should be eating, or have several days worth of leftovers in the fridge. If I still had cable at home Food Network would probably be one of my most watched channels.
I'm sure there's a lot more to say here, but, like many people, I'm never best when trying to just talk about myself without any real guidance as to what you want to know, so I'll cut it here before I ramble too much farther.
I have no fear when it comes to driving large vehicles in Manhattan. So if you have to move and are afraid of driving a large van/truck through the city I'm good to have around.
I'm pretty capable in the kitchen. My old roommate often said that I'm training to be a housewife.
Movies: I'm kind of all over the map. As long as the story is good and it is keeping me entertained I'm happy.
Television: Arrested Development, Modern Family, Strangers With Candy (Amy Sedaris is a comic genius, there must be some wonderful family gatherings between her and her brother), Raising Hope, South Park, classic Simpsons episodes (I have seasons 4-10 on DVD and don't really see much need for any others, except for maybe adding season 3 in someday), Seinfeld, and Food Network (though I no longer have cable so only see that when I'm at my parents' or on the road)
Music: again, kind of all over the map on this one
Food: I love to cook. My home cooking tends to stick more towards Italian, but that has just as much to do with the fact that pasta is cheap and extremely versatile as it does with just how much I love it.
2. My friends (both those in NYC and those who are scattered across the country)
3. Theatre (it's my job and my passion. At this point in my life I can't picture myself doing anything else)
5. Entertainment (be it books, music, movies, television, or a game night with friends)
6. Ice cream (no matter how hard I try I always have to have ice cream in some form at least once a week, if not more)
Do the people who answer that the Earth is bigger than the sun in the questions here actually think that, or are they just being silly?
When will Amy and David Sedaris write another play that I can work on and thus become best friends with them?