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What I’m doing with my life
I don't necessarily define adventure as jumping into the mouth of a volcano or staring a deadly snake in the face. I like to hop in a car and drive somewhere new with good friends, try restaurants even if they look like there's a possibility of catching a minor strain of food poisoning, or just try something new simply because I've never done it before. (That being said, painting is something I'm never doing again. It's just best for everyone involved that I don't waste paints and canvas that way.)

I'm working with a company that I love dearly, working my way up as best I can. Things are actually looking up in that department. I really love what I do, though, so that makes going to work a lot easier than it should be.

Mostly, I'm just working and striving every day to get to bed content with life. Can't say every day will be a success, but I guess life would be pretty boring if there weren't challenges to overcome.
I’m really good at
Board games. And game shows. A little nerdy, perhaps, but they were always a part of my childhood and I hang on to them. I can get kind of competitive, too so watch out!

Cooking. And by "really good at" I mean I love to do it. Recipes don't always turn out exactly as they're supposed to, but food always tastes better when you've made it yourself.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Hm. Favorite books are as follows: The Know-It-All and The Guinea Pig Diaries both by A.J. Jacobs. The Giving Tree, Where The Sidewalk Ends, and A Light In The Attic all by Shel Silverstein. Naked Pictures of Famous People by Jon Stewart. And all of Calvin and Hobbes

Musically, I love Ben Folds, Barenaked Ladies, Weezer, matchbox twenty, Blink 182, Everclear, and Hootie & The Blowfish (all of which I've seen live). Still wanting to see Michael Bublé, Goo Goo Dolls, Billy Joel, and OK Go.

I'm kind of a pop culture junkie and love good stories, so my list of favorite movies and TV shows could get extensive.

My favorite movie ever is Back To The Future. Memento (and now Inception), a Goofy Movie, The Mighty Ducks, (500) Days of Summer, Jurassic Park, Tommy Boy, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Mrs. Doubtfire, The Incredibles, Ocean's Eleven, Scream, and Coming to America.

I've separated TV shows into currently on and all time.
Currently on: The Newsroom, Homeland, House of Cards, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, Mythbusters, Parenthood, How It's Made, and Brooklyn-99.
TV Shows Past: Friends, The West Wing, The Sopranos, ER, Firefly, Boy Meets World, Studio 60, Veronica Mars, Cheers, Friday Night Lights, Chuck, How I Met Your Mother, Breaking Bad, and Freaks & Geeks
The six things I could never do without
1) My friends
2) Bad jokes
3) Great stories
4) DVR
5) My iPhone (portable music is one of my favorite forms of technology)
6) Good food
I spend a lot of time thinking about
-Why monkey and donkey sound different when all you've done is change the first consonant.
-Why more people didn't watch Friday Night Lights while they still could. (Don't worry. I've got all 5 seasons if you want to give it a shot)
-Why Nickelback still gets played on the radio when I've yet to meet anyone who will admit to liking them.
-If losing the old pages/book smell is an acceptable trade-off in getting a Kindle or other such device.
-How a cat can stand to groom itselfon a daily basis and I lose all focus on everything if I have a single hair in my mouth.
-Who it was that thought keeping Cash Cab going without Ben Bailey driving was a good idea.
-Why more people don't make burritos like I do (mix everything up in a bowl first, THEN wrap it in a tortilla. I don't want my last three bites being just rice).

...among other things.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working, usually. The nature of my job generally means I'm off at strange times in comparison to the real world. With any luck, finding time to spend with someone I'm dating shouldn't be too difficult, though. Creating time for each other is pretty important.