I'm always into trying new things and spend way too much time clicking through Wikipedia or MSDN articles. Beer and board games are in my opinion the best two things ever created.
I can do anything as long as I Google how to first, and I'm glad to be living in the era where that is possible.
Commando, Hard Boiled, No Country for Old Men, The Story of Rikki, and Requiem for a Dream are some of my favorite movies. Usually happy with old action stuff, or super immature R, or actually adult R, or just something really bizarre or trashy.
Some favorite shows are Dexter, The Wire, Deadwood, House, Arrested Development, and Archer. Though I don't actually watch TV anymore, I mostly just check out my YouTube subscriptions.
Music-wise I like Rush, Tool, Aphex Twin, Radiohead, and in general I like rock and electronic music.
I like all kinds of Asian food, and anything spicy.
Why isn't there a video game section here? I'm jaded about games at this point, it has to have top notch mechanics and/or design to keep me interested. Braid, Hotline Miami, FTL, Super Meat Boy, and Antichamber would fit that description.
Soylent - been waiting for Bachelor Chow since Futurama premiered.
Self-cleaning everything - shower and litter box so far, can't justify a carpet cleaner at this point but I'd love to watch my cats freak out over that.
Adderall - taking care of business all day, total life-changer.
Smartphone - I just wish it had decent games, I don't have the pocket space to lug around a 3DS.
Beer - duh.
How people have time to pay any attention to the noise the media keeps churning out. There's not one thing more interesting they could be doing than listening about which celebrity did what, or what out-of-context soundbite some politician's opponents whipped into news?
How this country is the last superpower and our internet access sucks.
You've seen Braindead/Dead Alive.
You'd rather drink from a glass than a red solo cup.
You've played any of the following: Braid, FTL, Super Meat Boy, Katamari Damacy, Ghost Trick, or The Stanley Parable.
You know how to guarantee best work first round in Princes of Florence, and how much that's worth paying for.
You understand a programming language.