I have been accurately described as a serial monogamist who's not very good at monogamy.
I also appear to be good at typing "teh" when I mean to type "the".
And I have lovely eyes.
(a)Everything ever by Terry Pratchett or Neil Gaiman, A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R.R. Martin, Lucifer Morningstar, Trainspotting, About A Boy, A Long Way Down. Richard Dawkins, Steven Pinker. Oh, reading The Prince by Nicollo Machiavelli, is as close as I've ever come to a religious experience.
(b)Igby Goes Down, Chasing Amy, Usual Suspects, Love Actually Requiem for a Dream, The Wind That Shakes The Barley, Thank You For Smoking, Withnail and I, Shawshank Redemption, Fight Club, The Shining
(c) I like emo, e.g. Paramore, Yellowcard, Good Charlotte, Linkin Park and Finch. I enjoy some thoroughly non-credible music like HIM or Avril Lavigne, and the more intelligible end of rock/metal music. Johny Cash was a genius and Bob Dylan is a pale shadow, but still worth listening to. Whipping Boy should have been bigger than U2. Alice Cooper is one of the most under-rated artists ever, though the stage show's a bit cheesy. Alanis Morrisette is very good indeed. But The Cardigans are so much better
Favourite Songs Pieces by Sum 41, Bed by Semisonic, How Soon Is Now? as performed by TaTu
(d) Food, Indian, Chinese, French, Italian, German, everything. I particularly love squid, there's a restaurant near my old flat that does it wonderfully with coriander. But I really love Indian food; it's the only way I could see myself going vegetarian.
If you want to read it look at my journal.