As for my personality, I consider myself to be mostly a creative and passionate thinker, whatever the situation may be, I approach with gusto and flexibility of mind! At the same time, I must admit a hint of cynical realism. I've had a few past experiences that taught me how essential a little scepticism is in a harsh fast-paced world.
However, in my downtime, I either spend it playing with the computer or reading (also on the computer). Electronic entertainment has become my first choice for winding down after a long day, and I do a lot of research there on industries that interest me too. The latter is for a few plans/personal projects that I want to work on, but I won't go into detail as I don't plan on starting them until quite a few years later.
Ah! And if you're at odds with technological devices and the various programs associated with them. I can be most resourceful in devising a solution, by either drawing upon my own technical expertise or masterfully routing out a solution from modern tomes (i.e. using a search engine).
Movie-wise, I am an absolute fan of Pixar's, including: Wall-E, Brave, the Incredibles, and the Toy Story movies. Studio Ghibli movies such as Spirited Away and The Cat Returns have earned my favor as well. As for favorite televison shows, I don't have that many that are current. There's Archer and Futurama, and the Colbert Show as well. But besides that, I just don't watch television that often. I would however watch reruns of the shows of my youth! Like Dexter's Laboratory and Samurai Jack!
When it comes to both music and food, I always enjoy a wide variety. Rock, techno, or instrumental; Japanese, Greek, or Carribean. As long as it sounds/tastes good and isn't annoyingly cloying, then I will be satisfied.
Lastly, I want to bring up Avenue Q! I don't watch many plays, but that one is a delightful parody of the shows of my childhood and is a play I'll want to watch again!
2) Writing Materials. If I am completely without a means to write down my thoughts anywhere, be it paper or laptop or even sand, I'd be deprived of my best method of expressing myself.
3) Reading Materials. When I have absolutely nothing to do, I read. It doesn't matter what it is; books, magazines, ingredient lists, or safety instructions will all be perused, sometimes repeatedly. Without any of these, I'd be bored out of my mind.
At other times, I'm going over ideas for projects in my head. I have a few personal projects that my current education in programming would help me fulfil in the far future. I can't do much at the moment, so in the meantime I just brainstorm and lay down the groundwork for what I'll eventually begin.
If you're interested in lasting bonds, regardless of socially-constructed roles/titles...
If you want a ready source of affection and a willing helper for any of your needs...
then drop me a line!