"Are you British??" #drunkPeopleQuestions (For the record--no, just a fan of enunciation.)
"Wow, your eyes are really blue."
"You seem kind of intense."
Top 3 movies in no particular order: Forrest Gump, The Green Mile, and The Shawshank Redemption. What can I say? I like Tom Hanks. Outside of those, I have an irrational love of terrible Nicolas Cage movies rivaled only by how far I'll go to defend Ke$ha as musically talented. I have good arguments for both. Seriously.
Shows: BoJack Horseman, Stranger than Fiction, John Oliver, Humans, American Horror Story, Orange is the New Black, House of Cards, Firefly, Breaking Bad, The X-Files, Game of Thrones, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Pushing Daisies, Dollhouse, Arrested Development, iZombie.
Music: Almost anything; heavy on EDM, classic rock, and prog metal these days.
Media (consumption, not social)
Internet (work, play, and boredom-fueled ennui)
Food (truly excellent food is NYC's greatest luxury)
Caffeine (or sleep; they're interchangeable, really)
And... nope, not going to say 'adventures' here. It's been appropriated by the 'I don't really know what I want out of life so I'm just going to travel and see the wooooooorld!' crowd of our generation. Let's go with shenanigans instead--good word, shenanigans.
No, seriously, anything. And believe me, I have plenty of stories; I'm an open book of wonderfully screwed-up entertainment.
You wonder what it means to be broken.
You recognize that it doesn't matter, as long as you can abide by a rule of life that lets you fall asleep at night with some degree of contentment.
You make a kick-ass paella.
You have strong opinions about regional barbeque styles, and that vinegar-based Carolina-style sauce is garbage.
You sing. I've always had a soft spot for singers -- it's an amazing talent I can't help but admire.
You've ever thought to yourself, "I should write a memoir."