Let me state this up front: I am a geek, a nerd, whatever term you want to use. If it's been a punchline on "Big Bang Theory" I'm probably into it. That doesn't mean I'm content to stay in the basement with my Star Trek dvds though. There is more to life than one's hobbies. But if those hobbies are a dealbreaker then you might as well move along for both our sakes.
Stephen King, Jurassic Park, The Hunt for Red October, Aliens, D&D, Game of Thrones, Cowboy Mouth, Chinese Food, Bioshock Series, Godzilla movies, Anime, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Standup Comics, Meat Loaf (music), Cake (food - though the band is good too), Star (Wars or Trek), 30 Rock, Arrested Development, Offspring, Old School Nintendo, Lovecraft, MST3K, Doctor Who, The first few seasons of X-Files, Book of Mormon (the play, just to be clear), Boondock Saints, Dark City, Tarantino Movies, The works of Joss Whedon in general, River Monsters, Dirty Jobs, Wreck-it-Ralph, Transformers, Zombie media, Pho, Lord of the Rings, Super Troopers, Supernatural, Archer, anything about the space race, and caramel.
-Oxygen (the gas, not the TV network)
How the hell okcupid decided I was "more mathematical".
Why all the women I match high with refuse to date guys from the suburbs.
This is hard.
Oh, I got it. The most private thing I'm willing to admit:
I use an online dating site.
-Any of the above made you laugh or smile.
-You're a nerdy/geeky type or thinking of becoming one (I can really help speed up the application process)
-You know who won in "King Kong vs. Godzilla"
-You want to talk to someone.