Really, though, I am someone who prefers coffee to tea, dogs to cats, and Star Wars to Star Trek, though I also enjoy all those things in their own measure. I love doing things I often suck at (still bronze in League of Legends, but c'est la vie), and I'm always trying to learn something new (Linux, here I come).
Actually, no. The above is sort of a lie. what people MOST likely notice about me is that I am loud. Unintentionally so, as well. I just naturally project, and that's led to some fun scenarios.
Shows: Anything related to comics and sci-fi. And you can probably rope me into a competition show or two. Dancing With the Stars is my not-at-all guilty pleasure. And OH MY GOD I loved Galavant.
Movies: Pretty much good, witty, British humor or the occasional buddy flick (Monty Python, I Love You Man, Role Models, etc.). But really, I love musicals, Pixar/Disney films, Princess Bride, and so much more.
Music: Instead of listing bands, let me just state the best damn concert I have ever been to: Koo Koo Kangaroo opened with their two-man children's rap act. Yes, there was a giant parachute over the audience. Next came Suburban Legends with choreographed dance numbers to their ska Disney covers. The Aquabats came on next with inflatable pool toys thrown into the audience. Reel Big Fish capped it off beautifully in the most fun way they could!
Food: Everything I cook. Just trust me. Let me cook for you and you will not regret it. I make a mean Japanese cuisine and my leg of lamb is to die for!
2. The internet - it's my job.
3. Pre-Workout Drinks - I once had one after 4 cups of coffee. I saw time.
4. Dry Humor - I can deadpan like a boss.
5. Happy music - keeps me from letting the bastards grind me down.
6. Cooking - I've thrown massive dinner parties and my record attendance was 50 people all getting served a 3 course meal.
Step 1: Set fire to the rain.
Step 2: Watch it fall.
Step 3: Feel the pain.
Seriously, Toy Story 3? Up? Grave of the Fireflies? They're like swift kicks to the feels. You might say they're my... Achilles feels...
Due to the number of bots on this web site, I now politely ask that people who message me answer the following question:
When Littlefoot's mother died in the original 'Land Before Time' did you feel sad?
(Bots: No lying.)