I grew up in an unusual family--my mom was a Navy officer, my dad a student of Polish literature, and both of them PhDs--and I still have yet to find anyone I can relate to as well as I can them. They gave me an unusual name, and I have lived an unusual life, and developed a distaste for cliche and redundancy. Those of you who are also unusual can no doubt relate. I will leave the rest of you to your bros and your duckfaces.
In general, writing software--since the age of 14, my most productive passion--hanging out with friends and gossiping about former companies, going out dancing or to live shows once in a while, endeavoring to keep modestly fit and eat reasonably healthily, consuming lots of visual entertainment, reading lots of online news and discussions, and generally trying to enjoy life without actually trying.
Also listening, seeing both sides of and the humor in every topic of discussion, and remembering the name of that one actor or director.
Movies: I recently saw a list of "50 Most Uncomfortable Movie Moments," and it had some of my favorite films in it. Movies by Todd Solondz, Harmony Korine, David Lynch, and Gaspar Noe, for example. Disturbing and scary movies aside, though, I think my favorite is still Kieslowski's "Three Colors" trilogy.
Shows: Apart from usual suspects like Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul, I'm a big fan of the dark Nordic crime dramas (and their English adaptations, like The Killing). I just watched the first season of The Bridge (Bron/Broen).
Music: My tastes are all over the map, but they include some goth/industrial (like Sisters of Mercy and KMFDM), some alt-country/roots rock (Uncle Tupelo, Steve Earle), sub-mainstream hip-hop (Wu Tang Clan, Mos Def), 80s pop and post-punk (Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths), and various types of electronic music (Basement Jaxx, Daft Punk).
Food: I've never met a cuisine I didn't like. I'm not what you'd call a picky eater, though I never quite got the hang of eggplant.