I'm a drummer. I'm in a band called The Dollcanoes and we play all the grrrl rock. I love to listen to music too. I listen to music from most genres regularly, including but not limited to: punk, new wave, alternative, rock, blues and film scores. I cry at You Can't Always Get What You Want by the Rolling Stones. It gets me every time.
I love board games, too. They're such a great way to spend an evening. If you haven't played The Resistance then look it up, give it a go, it's ace. Codenames, too. I'm pretty good at explaining rules now, so I'll add that as another of my strengths.
I like to go for bike rides, or get out and take photos. I'm currently planning a study on shop fronts of the Midlands. I just need a nice, sunny day. It'll be better than it sounds, I promise.
Outside of that, I put together a crowdfunding project for the band I'm in and we raised the cash to press some vinyl records. Recording is starting soon and I'm really excited!
Films: O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Star Wars, Blues Brothers, Guardians of the Galaxy
TV: Futurama, Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn 99, Frasier
Music: The Presidents of the United States of America, Weezer, Ben Folds Five, The Kinks
Then drums, records, Netflix, dinosaurs and toothpaste I guess
I saw one that said "Absolutely no water balloons are to be filled up in these toilets" in the toilets in a park. Were the kids throwing them at the warden? And they thought 'I'll have the last laugh'?
And I saw a really long advert telling people that liqui-tabs are dangerous and you should make sure kids can't get at them. A warning on the box should be enough. How many kids ate them? Why were so many in the reach of children?!