I would go so far as to say that I err on the side of goofy when it comes to personal interaction, if only because fun seems to be such a precious commodity that it would be a shame not to indulge in it. I am reasonably intelligent, so hopefully I get some bonus points there, and I like to think that I can hold my own in any conversation not requiring a degree to follow through.
Insofar as interests go, I will admit to a wide variety, though with (of course) narrower preferences. I am not an overly active sort- I enjoy swimming, hiking, and cycling as much as the next person (and am unlikely to turn down a good invitation), but I will confess that I would prefer to spend a quiet day reading, or go hang out with friends and engage in a more social activity. Since it isn't an interest specifically addressed by one of the other areas of this profile, I feel that it's relevant to mention here that I am an avid gamer as well, and frequently spend my time either with electronic or tabletop roleplaying games. Intellectual, social, and very much on the nerdy end of the spectrum would be a decent summary.
Emotionally speaking, it takes me some time to form a more than casual attachment, but... A: It is my goal, so do not think that I am not aiming to become emotionally involved. I am definitely a one-man man, and ideally looking to settle down at some point in the not-so-distant future. And B: Once I have developed an emotional attachment, you will occupy a large space in my heart that is not going to be easily dislodged. I am not a wanderer.
Hopefully this (combined with the other tidbits in my profile) will give you a fair idea of whether or not you ought to contact me, and we shall see what happens from there.
But that only addresses what I thought this question was about. The little text beneath the edit window for it has different connotations, and so... What I do on a day-to-day basis is- Hm. Hang out with friends, work, read/game/be lazy. That's my "usual." I enjoy it.
To move along before my "favorite books" section becomes a novel in and of itself, we'll talk visual media. I watch a meager amount of television (none of it, as far as I can think, is current), some anime, and always enjoy a good movie. As to anime: I like various Gundam series, silly things like Ouran High School Host Club, Sailor Moon, Outlaw Star... Various and sundry. As regards television proper, I am currently (finally) working my way through Buffy: The Vampire Slayer and enjoying the ride. I loved The New Normal, and so of course it got cancelled (there's my one current contribution). I am an enormous fan of Absolutely Fabulous, I loved Reaper, Dead Like Me, and Pushing Daisies. I appear to have a good fixation with comedy from the UK, as Green Wing, Black Books, and Misfits also rank high on my list.
Time to offer a taste of my musical fare. I am again fairly widespread here, to the point that it is easier to list what I will absolutely never touch than what I prefer and adore. I don't think any earthly powers can ever convince me to enjoy rap or R&B of any sort, and I would rather gouge out my own eardrums than listen to a country playlist. There, I said it. Give me some Sarah Brightman, some David Bowie, Eartha Kitt, Florence and the Machine, Adele, Gregorian (a terribly interesting group that performs covers of popular music in the style of Gregorian chant), Shirley Bassey...
Hm. Food. I like food. I can be considered very picky for narrowing the potential choices to at least half of what they could be, or I can be considered reasonably open and amenable due to the fact that my disinclination can be simply stated as "I detest seafood of all sorts." I do, however, love any well-prepared Indian cuisine, I love good Italian (but who doesn't?), I enjoy Americanized Asian food of various types (provided I steer clear of the sushi)... I'm reasonably open.
1. My phone. I am not a huge fan of watches, and I am always paranoid about being timely, so that alone would be enough reason to my way of thinking. I also am terrible at keeping hard copies of data and remembering where I keep them, so were I to lose my phone, I wouldn't have the slightest idea how to get ahold of any of my friends short of showing up at their doorstep.
2. Internet. Wi-fi if I'm not allowed to bundle a computer together with this choice, because at least then I can utilize my phone for the purpose. I am a man with many questions, and sometimes Google is the only immediately accessible place with the answers. It is also handy in helping to keep contact with friends who are in different time zones, or the like. I am a relatively technologically dependent person, I suppose.
3. Shoes. Not that I require an extensive amount of shoes, or particularly attractive shoes, or to be fair any particular sort of shoes at all. I just have this little quirk; I'm not alright with my feet touching the floor. Showers are, of course, an exception. Otherwise it's either socks, or shoes. Shoes seem like a handier choice given that it tends to be very hot and rocky (and sometimes prickly) in Arizona.
4. A knife. I am not certain into what strange, perhaps apocalyptic scenario I have been thrust that I am down to only six items in my possession, but a knife is multi-purpose enough that it would be silly not to have one. One could open cans, cut twigs and branches to build a fire, slice meat, cheese, bread, butter, and what have you. In short, I'd like to have at least one utilitarian item on my person.
5. Lubricant. I don't think I need to elaborate, really. It's a necessity.
6. At least one dodecahedron. What would a gamer be without a die or two?