So I'm the type of guy who's always trying something new, only to forget that I need time to sleep and study and all. Last year, I started taking violin lessons, and the year before that, I got back into Brazilian Jiu-jitsu! I've also done things like salsa dancing and improv acting (this specificly was great, check out BIG if you get a chance).
Im currently going back to school for nursing too, getting my prerequisites out of the way at the moment.
Fyi, I'm a type 1 diabetic. Before you ask, yes, I can eat sugary stuff sometimes (aka dont touch my milkshake), but I do in general watch what I eat and work out a lot to keep it under control.
*Preparing for the zombie apocalypse with the help of video games
*Using a lead pencil to make masterpieces on paper
*Burning wood. No, not for bonfires, for art!
*Improv acting. This really should be more popular. Can't recommend it enough!
*Playing the violin: surprisingly difficult. But so worth it.
*Mud runs: just tried one recently, and it was a lot of fun! Edit: ok, so not so recently now.
TV: House M.D., Family Guy, South Park, Doctor Who, Supernatural, The Arrow, The Flash, Lucifer, Agents of Shield
Movies: Lord of the Rings, Inception, In Time, Jumper, Harry Potter, Ted, Logan. I actually don't watch too many movies.
Music: Thousand Foot Krutch, Avenge Sevenfold, Metallica, Evans Blue, Nightwish..... I could go on and on. I'll really listen to almost anything, just have a preference for rock and metal.
Food: Hands down chinese!
*Brazilian Jiu-Jutsu (Having this back in my life has helped me a lot, in so many more ways than just exercise or competition)
*My cat (nicknamed halfstache. Ask away)
*Tattoos (Yeah, I could live with out them. But a few are reminders for myself, so it really helps having them around)
*My cellphone (yes, a generic answer. Cut me a little slack!)
*Artwork (life would be dull without a little art wouldn't it?)
I also promise to save all the lame and boring jokes til at least the second date.