I'm gregarious and silly in public, but understated and relaxed when left to my own devices. If I'm not speaking, I'm taking in my surroundings, people-watching, eavesdropping, and/or silently judging everyone because that's what you do.
A teacher once said about me, "He lives in a fantastic and interesting world, but it would be nice if sometimes he'd let us come visit." And that's probably still apt, but, I think, in a different way than originally meant.
I'm an aspiring writer and have to be more diligent about putting pen to paper. Create rather than consume, right? The dream is to publish a novel, which I'm diligently working toward. I'm putting a few thousand words down per day, but I've also been working on a few short stories and regularly writing bad poetry.
I've also been told I'm a great dancer, but I think that's more a result of the fact that dancing is the most fun. Period. It's probably less that I'm a great dancer and more that I like dancing. As a wise man once said, if you're having fun on the dance floor, you're looking good. That man had never seen "The Elaine."
I can also sing. And write. And draw. I don't do these things as much as I ought to, but I'm actively changing this.
Movies: Monty Python and The Holy Grail, Waking Life, Frank
Shows: Adventure Time, Arrow, Louie
Music: Animal Collective, Grizzly Bear, Arcade Fire
Food: Thai, Japanese, Dim-Sum (I enjoy all cuisine, but if I had to put together a last meal, it would be culled from these. Also, tiramisu.)
Dogs, in general.
General weirdness to bask in.
Would cute animal-based healthcare extend the average human lifespan?
How can I say what I want and still be context-appropriate?
Or if you're as unbelievable as this young lady: http://youtu.be/N6jG4A_mQGg