I am puzzled, amused, and lateral, with an offbeat sense of humour. I post odd things to twitter sometimes for a convention I'm helping to organise. Occasionally they even make sense.
I tend to get stuck in a routine easily - which is great when I'm travelling because where ever I happen to be, that's where I'm comfortable. It also means that home life tends to need a bit of a kick from time to time, which is why I'm on this site, now.
I like visiting places as a tourist and running up the hills past all the people. I don't enjoy it so much once I have to rest.
I've recently got a fitbit. The computer tells me I should go for walks. I go for walks. I am a good computer-citizen.
I'm told I'm really bad at puns, but I think that's a good thing.
Ok, I've asked someone what the first thing people notice is, and they said "A bad pun drifting across the room." So there you go.
I prefer to listen to music that make me feel happy, regardless of genre. I tend to listen to podcasts when I'm driving, like Welcome to Night Vale, There's No Such Thing As A Fish, Science Vs, and The Limit Does Not Exist.
I tend to read a lot of factual books as well as fiction, as I love learning about the way things work. I like the Sherlock Holmes stories (and the two recent TV shows, too, although Jeremy Brett is still amazing). I read a lot of Charles Stross and some Alastair Reynolds. I'm a fan of Pratchett, and I've been to a few of the Discworld conventions. Only some of the people there are odd, they're good people to know.
Recent Reads: The 'Off to be the wizard' series by Scott Meyer, 'NPCs' by Drew Hayes, most of Neal Asher's catalogue (which was fun but got very repetitive, he's not as good as Iain M Banks), and Ramez Naam's 'Nexus' trilogy.
Games (mostly board/card games): Dead of Winter, Forbidden Island, Cards Against Humanity, WoW, The Resistance, Anomia, Pandemic Legacy.
I'm trying to cut down on the take-aways, so I shouldn't really list those as favourite foods. Calorie control works, but it's so dull.
My cats, although I answered the questions honestly when it asked whether I would make accommodations for people who were allergic or didn't like them.
My friends, an open mind, a sense of humour, and the ability to count to six.