I am quirky, dark, and playful
(a) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Edward Albee - Is really a magnificent, meaningful play that evokes such emotion.
(b) Welcome to the Monkey House - Kurt Vonnegut - Vonnegut is just greeeat. And this is a collection of the finest stories, weaved with masses and masses of dark humor and themes galore.
(c) Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte - The classic, Victorian romance novel of an impoverished, oppressed, autonomous, orphan girl who demands her rights, remaining a kind, gentle woman; and in the end, living a fairy tale. Maybe I am cheesy. But, I do enjoy Bronte's language.
P.S. - Edith Wharton and Ernest Hemingway suck.
(b) There are certainly too many, but all those I would reference to would be creations of pop culture. I will say, however, that due to my fascination with Resident Evil prior to the movie, that I am mesmerized by the movie.
(c) Music - Resident Evil, which brings me to Milla Jovovich, who is an AMAZING artist, let me tell you. She is gorgeous.
(d) Food - Vegetarian.