I appreciate good books as well as good movies. It happens that I go out and take a beer with friends.
Apart from that I try to have fun and add quality to life.
When it come to movies i like several movies. Thirteenth floor, Matrix, Wargames, Hackers, Trolltyg i Tomteskogen, The Two Towers, V for Vendetta, Spirited Away, Howl's moving Castle and many many more.
For TV I like the Mysterious Cities of Gold children's show from the end of the 80s. Too bad it's not available on DVD in Swedish. :( It has great music, animation and story. I generally don't watch much TV but I like Dr Who, the Simpsons, and Big Bang Theory.
Music is the hardest topic. I'm not sure what I like or not. I like most music, but some can be too little variation in, and thus annoy me.
For food I guess I like classic Swedish food, but I tend to replace potatoes with pasta sometimes. Potato wafers with fried pork and lingonberry jam is another thing.
Internet is a second thing that I have very hard to do without for long. A few years ago I used to be way from Internet for a few weeks at a time, but now I an online almost everyday. I could still do without it, and probably would on vacations where I have no urgent need to keep in touch with someone.
Well, that is two things - friends and Internet. Other than that I think I can do without most things. Of course I need food and sleep like most people. I would also say I need to have something to do. Just doing nothing for too long would ruin me completely. That's five things. Since I have a bad vision, I'd have to say my glasses for the final one. Without them I wouldn't stand a chance.
If you want to meet it will most likely happen in Göteborg or Linköping. I'll be moving to Göteborg in the end of this year, but will keep visiting Linköping for some time after and wouln't say no to an invitation for a beer and chat at De Klomp or a cup of tea at a cafe.
Would you happen to have an old recording of any (or preferable all) of the Swedish Mysterious Cities of Gold (De Gåtfulla Guldstäderna) sent in TV3 in the late 80:s you must message me and invite me over for a marathon.