Ok, let's go more in-depth. I am pretty easy going, unless we are going someplace hard, like math class. I don't like math. I like history and art. Art History, though, not at all. Naw, I'm kidding. It's awesome.
I'm not really a bar guy. More of a coffee shop guy. I like to go on bike rides and hikes. I try to work out pretty regularly, mostly by riding my bike to and from work everyday, but I also go to kickboxing classes once or twice a week.
I am in a long term non-monogamous relationship. After many years, we decided that monogamy was cool and all, but that we also want to be able to pursue new friendships / relationships outside of our own.
Also, I have a cat that plays fetch.
I'm also good at spouting useless info about bands or genres of music. Want to discuss the differences between stoner metal and doom metal? Let's go!
I mean, uh, my winning smile.
For movies, I love Dazed and Confused and Napoleon Dynamite... But I also like serious stuff like Serpico. I also really liked The Village.
I'd say horror is probably my favorite genre. I like movies that scare me, not necessarily gore-fests.
I love animation and cartoons, obviously... But more so TV shows than animated films. My favorite show is King of the Hill.
I love punk rock. Love it. But I also enjoy metal, dub, hip hop, or electronica. Currently, I find myself listening to:
- Run The Jewels
- Tiger Army
- This weird 70s prog band called Gryphon
I love food! I'm not vegetarian or vegan but I try to not eat meat at every meal.
3. My bike
5. My cats
6. Critical thought. Is that pretentious? Sorry.
I also think a lot about my career. Just what kinda things I'd like to work on. Steps to take to get there. Stuff like that.
A friend once said to me, after watching a movie, "I didn't understand (so-and-so character's) motivations for her actions." This totally clicked with me, in terms of what makes good character writing. So, as silly as it sounds, I spend a lot of time thinking about shows and movies and the characters. I think about if the actions of the characters make sense based on motivations. And if they don't, I find that I become less interested in said show or movie.
I also worry about whether or not I use commas in the right places.
You want to hang out and talk about punk rock or film / animation at a coffee shop.
Or if you just want to say hello.