I like old things, particular tacky, old 70s junk.
The greatest compliment I have ever received was someone telling me I reminded them of Ferris Bueller back in high school. I may or may not have dorked out upon hearing that.
I have Opinions, and I enjoy hearing other people's perspectives.
I can be pretty shy at first, but once I feel comfortable, I'm quite the goof. I make faces at no one, do little dances, sing about what I am doing, et cetera. I managed to avoid developing many of the inhibitions people get from growing up. I believe you can be child-like without being childish. I also value that quality in others.
I am working out what I'd like to do career-wise. Twentysomething nonsense. I am considering just showing at a small bookstore and just organizing books until they start paying me to do it. I see no flaws in this plan.
In an effort to get out in front of a slowing metabolism, I have become more health conscious. Things like running and eating vegetable now feature in my life.
And lately, the beard. Though I believe it is mostly other dudes with facial hair that notice. There is apparently this kindred spirit of brotherhood that is extended to all other guys with facial hair that I did not notice when I shaved regularly. It is a beautiful, beautiful, scruffy thing. Community.
Movies: Empire Records, High Fidelity, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Drop Dead Gorgeous, Grosse Pointe Blank, Clue, Saved!, Juno, The Princess Bride, What Dreams May Come.
TeeVee: Firefly, Doctor Who, Black Books, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Veronica Mars, Arrested Development, Californication, Community.
Music: Paramore, Kate Nash, The Cure, Hello Saferide, Herman Düne, Nellie McKay, The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, David Bowie, Cake, Brandi Carlile, Weezer. I also have problem of listening to pop music I know is not good, but dang if it is not catchy. I am simultaneously ashamed and unapologetic about this.