Some of my favorite franchises from Nintendo include: Pokemon, The legend of Zelda, Starfox, Animal Crossing, Super Smash Bros., and just recently I've started to play Fire Emblem. Loving it so far. Needless to say these aren't the only Nintendo games I enjoy, they just stand out the most to me.
I also enjoy most JRPG's, Nintendo or not.
I'm very interested in History, but for some reason I'm not very good at it, whereas I'm not a huge fan of math/science yet I seem to pick up on that pretty quickly.
I'm usually very lazy, but there are times when I can be very active, especially when a frisbee is involved. Just saying... I LOVE the outdoors though. especially when it involes going camping/hiking. I like to take in nature and just get away from it all, then have a nice fire with good people at night talking about who knows what until the early hours of the morning.
Movies: I can name a lot of movies.. Iron Man 1/2/3, Thor, The Avengers, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Captain America, Billy Madison, Water Boy, Lincoln, Troy, Inception, Toy Story 1/2/3, Olympus has Fallen, Mr. Bean's Holiday, The Mothafuckin' Pokemon movie, Spirited Away, Finding Nemo, The Wolf on Wall Street, Anchorman 1/2 and more..
Shows: Revolution, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Blue Mountain State, Whose Line is it Anyway, Defiance, South Park, Family Guy, American Dad, Continuum, Archer, That 70s Show, Dragonball Z(it will never stop being awesome), How I Met Your Mother, Blue Exorcist, Attack on Titan, Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Sword Art Online I&II, Accel World, Tokyo Ghoul, Fairy Tail, and many more.
Music: I enjoy a lot of older Rock and newer alternative, with some metal thrown in(only when in the mood for listening). Some bands I enjoy are, in no particular order, Twenty One Pilots, The Beatles, The Kinks, American Authors, The Airborne Toxic Event, Queen, American Authors, and more bands/groups of those sort. I always love to hear new music, though!
Food: I'll eat just about anything.
My job, as well as the people that I work with. They're like a second family