I'm from the deep South but am lacking in any cool Southern accent. I'm not one of those macho guys whose feelings only consist of rock and roll and not being afraid of things, and I tend to think gender norms are silly.
Shows- Unbreakable Kim Schmidt, Firefly, Parks and Recreation, The Office and Community are some of my favorites. I do love a good cartoon (Bojack Horsemen, Rick and Morty, Adventure Time, Steven Universe) or anime (Parasite, Samurai Champloo, Keno's Journey, Attack on Titan, etc) too though.
Music- Chopin, Childish Gambino, BT, Toh Kay, AFI, Nightwish, ANYTHING by Lin Manuel Miranda, The Protomen, Cocorosie, The Decemberists, Kanye, Nihls Fram, Moondog, Arlo Guthrie, Anais Mitchell, Hop Along, every musical other than The Sound of Music.... the list really goes on forever.
Videogames- For nostalgic days, Final Fantasy, Pokemon, Diablo II, Starcraft or Minecraft. Though, I don't game a lot, I think video games may be one of the most interesting modes of art in our time.
Podcasts: Welcome to Nightvale, This American Life, Adam Ruins Everything, Hardcore History, TED Radio Hour, WTF with Marc Maron.
YouTube: Crashcourse (everything!), PBS Idea Channel, Vlogbrothers, Extra Credits, Extra History, Last Week Tonight.
Music I can dance to. "We should consider every day lost on which we have not danced at least once."
John Green, and all of Nerdfighteria
Furry critters- You probably shouldn’t trust me, I’m probably using you to get closer to your cat, dog, or other furry friend.
What is the nature of value? Is there a central "meaning to life" or do we have to console ourselves with a lesser version of this, a personally created, subjective meaning. Is this subjective meaning really worthwhile, or just a kind myth we tell ourselves to keep value nihilism at bay?
Also, I love bookworms, people that are outspoken about their beliefs, or anyone that will talk nerdy to me. Depth in a partner is very important to me.