I'm trying to read better books, but sadly, I'm in a line of work where one can look at comics and call it "research". In any case, I like the work of Hunter S. Thompson, Terry Pratchett, Henry Miller, Charles Bukowski, Philip K. Dick and J.G. Ballard. The last thing I read was Alan Moore's "From Hell", which was admirably psychedelic, for a work of historical fiction about Jack the Ripper. On the nerd shelf of awesomeness, Akira, Genshiken and Dominion Tank Police take pride of place.
From the arthouse to the grindhouse, I like to think I can find the good in anything. Which I think is a fancy way of saying I used to be heavily into world cinema, but seem to have lapsed into watching old Italian b-movies involving zombies and numbered sequels. Things I'd feel less ashamed of admitting to liking include 24 Hour Party People, Play It Again, Sam, Blade Runner, Dawn of the Dead (proper 1978 Dawn, not so much the remake), Suspiria, Southern Comfort, Repo Man, O Brother, Where Art Thou?, Ghost in the Shell and The Castle of Cagliostro.
I have a massive un-ironic love of the new wave, indie and electronic things. Particularly Joy Division / New Order, Depeche Mode, Carpenter Brut, Kavinsky, Daft Punk and so on. Also '70s Bowie, Talking Heads, The Funky Four, etc. Lately I've been listening to a lot of vaporwave for some reason.
I'm not a big eater, but I do like a good curry.
Other than that, probably my reading glasses and the folder of art supplies that follows me around the house like a cantankerous old manservant. This may or may not constitute six things.
And custom brushes for Photoshop, I'm sorry to say.
Also if you appreciate good natured whimsey and overpriced independent coffee houses.