People say that I'm always level-headed. This is not true, although I do try. I'm just very introspective. I'm not shy, I'm reserved. The key difference is that when I'm wordless, it's not because I'm afraid to speak up.
I love reading and writing. I foolishly lost the last book I was reading, The Last Secret of the Temple by Paul Sussman. Any suggestions for a replacement? I almost always walk with a messenger bag equipped with notebook or sketch pad (if I'm feeling all confident like), assorted pencils and pens (no fewer than five, like any reasonable person) and usually a book or two. I never have more to write down than when I leave the bag home.
I like trying new things, but there're only a few hobbies that I've kept with for any length of time. Briefly, I play lots and lots of games, whether they involve consoles, boards, cards, balls (hurhur), dice, or computers. My favorites include Magic: The Gathering, Go, Chess, Marvel vs Capcom (I miss Jin), Elder Scrolls, D&D, Basketball, Spades... Et cetera. I follow Bleach and One Piece like a religion. Hunter X Hunter as well, when the writer isn't busy postponing/on hiatus/vanishing and feigning death. I'd really like to get into Boxing.
I'm bad at riddles, good at mazes, and I lack the patience for jigsaw puzzles. I like to draw and dance, even though I suck at both (with ever so slight improvements on the drawing part).
After that, though, you might notice my inquisitive nature (read: I'm nosey) or my resilient smile. You might notice how often I say stuff that somebody else has already said. "A great man/woman once said..." ect. is a line I use fairly frequently.
Movies: Pirates of the Caribbean (can't get enough of Jack swinging on ropes), Queen of the Damned, Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, Rise of the Guardians, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, The Perks of being a Wallflower (both the movie and the book), Fight Club
Music: Flobots, The Offspring, Linkin Park, The Lonely Island, Eminem, Nicky Minaj, Pink, Yelawolf, Jason Mraz, Gorillaz, Disturbed, Imagine Dragons, Tech N9ne
My friends and I track exp gained on our real-life adventures. We be DnD nerds.
If you've ever handled a d20 or a joystick (not the same as a controller).
If you've read a book in the last year.
If you're willing to tell me when I have a bad idea
If you'll help me think of a better one.