Someone in my class wrote a poem about me. It was weird and confusing, but also fascinating and engaging. I didn't recognize myself at all until a friend who read it told me: "That is the impression you make on most people" It was only then that I got it.
People are my biggest inspiration. They always say: write what you know. Well, I want to be able to write everything, which means I want to know everything. Any part of the human experience I haven't had insight into before is very much welcome. I also want to experience things myself, gathering knowledge from books and the web only takes you a short distance. Experiences leave the biggest impression when they're as unexpected as possible. Which is where the random factor comes in: surprise me, I'll surprise you back.
What I wish I was hearing a lot: "You look hot in a leather coat" "You have the charisma of James Marsters" "Your knowledge of filmmaking is both intriguing and intimidating"
What I hear too often: "You walk weird" "You think too much"
1. Vanilla Sky
2. Fight Club
3. Interstate 60
5. Lady in the Water (critics tore this one apart, and I guess it's easy to rip on, but I love everything about it)
1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer
3. Game of Thrones
4. Sons of Anarchy
5. How I met your Mother
Music is tough to describe, my ipod usually contains a mix of filmscore, rock, sing-a-song writers and songs from before anyone ever heard of the internet.
Food, also tough. I get weird cravings for stuff I usually can't stomach, last night for example, I ran all over town looking for octopus. Most of the time I see food as a boring neccessity that is only enjoyable in the right company.
2. The Internet
3. The Arts
4. People who accept and compliment me
5. Time to do nothing
6. Big words
...you are openminded and/or creative.
...you are in a mood where you have the guts to say absolutely anything, bring it on!