I'm not the most outgoing person on earth... until you get to know me (which can, sadly, take a while). I have an acute understanding of my personality flaws, but I don't make a big deal out of other people's (if I even notice). I'm pretty self aware, and I think I'm worse off for it, though sometimes it can come in handy.
Books (the largest, and most important category):
"Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" by Philip K Dick
"Good Omens" by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
"The Lazarus Project" by Aleksandar Hemon
"Gentlemen of the Road" by Michael Chabon
The Discworld series by Terry Pratchett
"The Dark Fields" by Alan Glynn
If you could't tell, its fairly random. I like sort of just picking up books that seem interesting and reading them. Although I do tend towards science fiction and fantasy, I'll read anything with vibrant characters.
Children of Men
Thelma and Louise
Star Trek (2009)
I don't watch too much TV, and if I do watch it, it tends to be about 10 years late. Right now I'm watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the 2009 season of Futurama.
I've sort of fallen out of touch with music over the last few years, which makes me a bit sad. It used to be a very important part of my life, but now I mostly find myself listening to stereotypic "oldies but goodies" like the beetles and Jimi Hendrix. I had a brief love affair with LCD Soundsystem, but it sadly, faded.
Curry. Anything with Curry. Indian food is wonderful, mostly because of the curry.
But in all seriousness, I love to discover new restaurants, even if the food isn't something that I traditionally enjoy.
I spend a fair bit of time thinking about school, and probably a great deal too much time worrying about things that probably don't matter at all. If you're wondering, I have been accused of being a but high strung.