I like stories and using my imagination. So what does that mean in practical terms? Well, for one I enjoy roleplaying games, reading fiction, watching movies and so on. I also enjoy reading aloud, storytelling, theater and writing (well - mostly I'm too lazy to really write, but at least sketching out stories, characters and plots. Have managed to finish a couple of NaNoWriMos though). Part of this fascination is probably due to introvert escapism, and part of it is that I'm so damn smart, that I need something to keep my brain engaged :) I'm sure there is a more positive and less snarky spin on that, but I enjoy a good snark so I don't really need one. :)
I am stylish, nerdy, and charming
Coming up with questionable ideas end evil plots. All in the name of interesting stories.
Baking. Well, I guess it depends on your definition really good, but I've baked my share of stribed joconde bisquit and meringue layer cakes, and I enjoy learning new recipes.
I also like to pretend I'm really good at other things, a delusion I keep up by mostly doing things I'm good at :)
Books: Raymond Chandler, Oscar Wilde, Ursula Le Guin, Lois McMaster Bujold, Terry Pratchett.
Movies: The Labyrinth, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Dr. Strangelove, Grease, Her.
TV: Star Trek, Glee, House, Sense8.
Music: David Bowie, Haydn, Katie Melua, Army of Lovers, La Roux.
Food: Sushi, italian, indian. Pancakes. I love making pancakes. :)
My imagination and a chance to exercise it.
Rationalisations (try going a week without those). Mainly of my own actions, but even of others.
Books. I don't read as much as I'd like currently, but even now I just don't feel comfortable with a book close at hand.
Puzzles. Anything to occupy the mind. :)
Sugar. Part humming-bird, part man, that is me. But fortunately my metabolism seems to handle it just fine, so I guess I'm just well adapted to living in the 21st century.
Looking at other profiles it seems I'm supposed to mention sex as well, but as much as I enjoy it, I've had opportunity to discover I go very long without it. :| Oh well.
Why our laws are the way they are, and how they might be refactored to be more understandable. I think the very need for legal experts to resolve even basic issues is a potential democratic problem, as it disenfranchises the regular public.
What I might do with various superpowers - mostly in the realm of telepathy or clairvoyance.
Regrets. Contrary to the popular notion I don't believe in living without regrets. I believe regrets are a sign you can imagine a better world and how you might have acted differently to bring that better world about. I believe that teaches me something about what I really want and how I might act differently in the future.
Lots and lots of other things. I may tend to think a bit too much.