There are several things you need to know about me:
First, I'm a nerd/geek/dork. I often consider myself a "high functioning nerd" in the sense that I can write a profile that you find humorous and charming, but not overly goofy. I am able to carry on a conversation, I think I generally sound intelligent, and I don't live in my mothers basement (though I hold nothing against anyone that does).
Secondly, I'm a confusing mix interests and lifestyles. I'm a nerd and gamer, I can tell you all about the next xbox and Microsofts Illumiroom project. I can also tell you that the paint in my new apartment is Timeless Ruby offset by Country Linens, not Burgundy and Tan. I ride a motorcycle, I like cruisers, not sport bikes, and while I generally don't like the way I look in pictures, I look pretty f**king good in my leather jacket. In the future I hope to own a home with a small library/study where I can begin collecting antique, collectible and ancient books.
I was in the military for about 5 years. It was, without a doubt, the best and worst times of my life. It's not something I talk about a lot, but I'm not adverse to discussing it.
I like to sit at my computer and sing at the top of my lungs while I listen to music. I'm not sure my neighbors are amused. I also like to rock out in my car, but I don't sing in the shower, because I'm not so good a capella.
Looking for my Art3miss.
Being awesome. Thinking outside the box, I spend most of my existence outside the box. I'm not like any guy you've ever met before.
I like to be totally absurd. I get a lot of my inspiration from movies and tv (like Family Guy). Many people look at movies and say, "You can't act that way in real life."
Because it's unexpected, and that's golden.
2-The Fifth Element
I LOVE the first Resident Evil movie. Even the commentary is great.
Stranger Than Fiction and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind were also very excellent movies.
Books: I mostly enjoy science fiction, hard scifi, and fantasy. My absolute favorite book is Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. If you like video games, 80's pop culture, treasure hunts and a dash of hopeless romance, you need to read this book. I also greatly enjoyed The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. On the non-fiction side, I loved Lone Survivor, and The Professor and the Madman (an account of the compiling of the first English Dictionary ((the Oxford English Dictionary, if you were curious)).
Tv shows: Stargate SG-1 was the greatest show on TV, it's not up for debate. Pretty much anything DIY, especially Bath Crashers and Renovation Realities. Big Bang Theory, Breaking Bad, Archer, Bob's Burgers.
Music: This is where I list a bunch of stuff you've never heard of, and you list a bunch of bands that I've never heard of because that's how cool we are and it does nothing to draw us closer. So: I like the music I listen to.
I would come up with some other things, but I'm too unconventional to list "normal things" ie: food, air, computer, family etc... and I'm too lazy at the moment to come up with something clever. So, just know that whatever I would have put here would have simultaneously been impressive, made you smile, and maybe even turned you on a little. NBD.
Like whether or not (or which) sitcoms are still filmed in front of live studio audiences.
I also find myself thinking about people that love their jobs and why I don't love mine. Have I just not found that job yet, or do I have the type of personality that won't allow me to love a job?
Don't tell anyone.
Protip: don't message me if you've hated everything you read.
Oh, but no zombies please.