I also like to pretend I can cook. Sometimes it turns out better than others.
Books: Science fiction (Warhammer 40k is my guilty pleasure), fantasy, comics (current favorites would be Astonishing X-Men, Invincible Iron Man, and Hawkeye), mysteries, and nonfiction. Some that stand out to me recently are Eisenhorn and Ian Rankin's Inspector John Rebus books. I'm reading Zlatan Ibrahimovic's autobiography Jag är Zlatan right now. Slow going but entertaining.
Seems like games should go in this category. I love Football Manager. It is simultaneously the most entertaining and most frustrating game I have ever played. I reckon my college grades might have been better without it.
I like to watch foreign TV, mostly to work on language skills. So even silly stuff like Vem Vet Mest? I will watch. SVT has a great streaming service. I found myself watching a lot of American documentaries muted with Swedish subtitles while I was in Sweden.
As for more normal shows I like BBC's Sherlock, Archer, Frisky Dingo, and Party Down.
Crime dramas are probably my favorite movies. Some of the best I've seen recently are The Departed, Zodiac, and The Usual Suspects. My absolute favorite movie ever is Die Hard. I will defend it to the death as the best Christmas movie of all time (the second best is Die Hard 2, followed by Love Actually). I also love the 1980s Molly Ringwald trio of films: Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Pretty in Pink. I'd rank them in that order as well.
If I answered this question a year ago it would probably have something to do with bowling, mario kart, or the bar. I've since graduated college and most of the people I knew have dispersed.
2) My dream is to own a sleepy pub in the Swedish or Scottish countryside where we show American sports as well as football and I know all the regulars.
3) I have an enormous man crush on Daniel Agger. He's really handsome in a suit and I think his tattoos are super cool.
4) I have to scroll down to see all the games in my Steam library.