So let’s get the nasty part out of the way first before we move on.
I am rather stubborn and honest. I really dislike liars and such. I live by the principal that sharp knives make clean wounds. Better to be honest and blunt then make the problem bigger then it is.
And yes I can surely say I am sort of a geek. (Picture a 6'5 foot guy picking up an insect observing it, getting bitten/stung by it and still calling it cute) And yes I like to RPG.
I like the freaky things that life has to offer.
OK.. Still reading?
Ah well time for some positive points. I am a total animal nut. I like almost all animals and most seem to like me back. I do have a rather weird thing with cats and parrots, these are the only animals with which I cannot "connect". But there have been exceptions in the past.
I can be a good friend but I don’t have many. Not because I am socially inept, I just don't require a lot of people around me.
I can sit for long periods just contemplating stuff. I love reading.
"A room without books is like a body without a soul."
I'm on my way to beeing a Reff for Roller Derby. I must admit that Roller Derby has a tendency to take over all other aspects of your life. It's awesome! It actually helped me become more social. I made some awesome friends on and off the track. I have never encountered a group of people so diverse and in some cases deeply flawed, that are so open en accepting.
Expirementing with growing my own greens. I'm kind of irritated that most of my fruits and greens are being imported from half way around the world. Often from countries that could use the food themselves. Or bio-engineered to kill of bugs. (like I mentioned earlier I like bugs) And having the skills to grow your own food will be a asset in the coming zombie apocalypse.
And there is a kind of piece of mind that I can only achieve while rooting through the earth, getting my hands dirty. It's relaxing for the mind.
Earlier this year I started taking a Beekeepers course. And so far it's been an absolute pleasure learning to take care of them. The course isin't finished yet, but I am now the proud caretaker of a hive of bees. It really brings me a lot of joy.
Movies: Boondock Saints, Braveheart, Pulp fiction, Nightmare before Christmas, Seven, Shindlers's list, Memento, Requiem for a dream, Inglorious bastards, Het leven uit een dag, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Pan's Labyrinth, Big Fish, Zombieland, Dawn of the Dead, Shawshank Redemption, Das Leben der Anderen, Taken, Waltz with Bashir, KICK ASS, Let the right one in, Bronson, 12 angry men, Departures, Soul Kitchen
Music: Rock, Metal, Industrial I'll add a list of bands when I got the time.
Television: Battlestar Galactica, Dexter, Startrek Voyager/DS9, How I Met Your Mother, Stargate atlantis, House, True Blood, Las Vegas, Lost, Big bang theory,
Animals (Good for compainionship and for eating)
Winter (A forest covered in fresh snow, that's a good place to be)
The internet (Sad but true, like it or not it's become a intergrated part of our lives. Besides it has made shopping less of a hassle)
Sex (Well what's not to like?)
Friends (Been without for a while a few years back. Not good, not good at all)
...And sercetly preparing for the Zombie invasion. Read the books from Max Brooks and you will understand.
Organize before they rise!