I'm pretty lucky, too, but I tend to get the bad luck mixed in with the good. You know, just to keep things interesting. I'm not sure if that really counts as something that I'm good at though, as it seems a product of circumstance.
Oh and once I won a state-wide storytelling competition. That's a thing I'm good at probably. It sounds impressive, at least. I'll tell you the story if you ask, even though I probably shouldn't.
Most people just notice the tall thing though.
I like movies directed by (and likely written by) Shane Black, Rian Johnson, Martin McDonagh, George Miller, Joel and Ethan Coen, Guillermo Del Toro, Edgar Wright, and Stuart Gordon. I also have a fondness for bad horror and action movies.
My favorite showrunner is Bryan Fuller. He's the only showrunner I can think of that has made multiple shows I like; this category suffers a bit from an adherence to my own weird self-imposed theme. I also really like one show made by David Milch, Noah Hawley, Rob Thomas, and Graham Yost, but it feels weird to include them on the basis of a single show (especially if I dislike their other work, as is the case with some of them).
The kind of music that was made in garages by people who knew too many words to describe their sadness and not enough chords. Also David Bowie.
Coffee, Gin, Whiskey. Although I mostly drink water. Hydration is key.
But like, interesting books, if I've only got three of them to work with. Same goes for the people.
I find them fascinating. They're an incredibly common phenomenon, but are pretty much impossible to translate between languages (at least not literally) and can vary wildly even on a small scale, cultural level. If you have any favorite idioms I would love to hear about them.
Actually that is probably the only thing.
Or how about it if you have a dog and you want to let me play with said dog?