I smoke, but I try to do so politely.
To describe me, a friend once said, "At first Danny may seem like an asshole, but if you get to know him he's a really good guy."
I also don't respond well to humorless people, either those that don't get jokes or those that don't tolerate them.
I'm decent at filming, and have a little working knowledge of cameras.
I wouldn't say I'm "really good" at the guitar, but I've been playing for a few years as a hobby and I don't annoy my family that much anymore when I play.
I also write poetry, though I don't like people reading it. Unless it's in a book far away from me.
Movies: I like movies that are so bad they're funny, unique/groundbreaking, or exemplify the elements of story in such a way that they are noteworthy. I like Quentin Tarantino, some Robert Rodriguez, B-Movies (genre), Memento, Inception, Little Miss Sunshine, Goodfellas, Anchorman, Fight Club, No Country for Old Men, American Psycho, Let the Right One In, etc.
Music: Things that have a lot of raw emotion, are unique, very melodic, or a combination of these. I listen to mostly indie music, Mathrock (genre), Ska (genre), The Pomegranates, Animal Collective, Delta Spirit, Wolf Parade, Sunset Rubdown, The Antlers, The Maccabees, Man Man, Skybox, The Mae Shi, The Strokes, Harlem Shakes, Peter Bjorn and John, Neutral Milk Hotel, Givers, Vitamin String Quartet (because they cover everything). Weekends, Local Natives, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, The Lumineers, Modest Mouse, Men Working in Trees (I am friends with the guy and obliged to like it, though it is good) etc.
TV: Breaking Bad, Workaholics, Homeland, It's Always Sunny, Dexter, Big Bang Theory, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Colbert/Stewart, Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, Burn Notice, etc. I think TV should ideally be watched in order as to not disrupt the plotlines. I think if utilized correctly, TV can be a story telling device on par with movies or printed materials, which should warrant linear cognizance.
If you want to hear me talk, try Sbwsp.org.
I also do open mics at bars and stuff, but normally not on Friday.
I'm also a comedian, which is sort of relevant.
I'm a nerd in almost all aspects of life. I think the most appropriate name for my social habits and traits has been described by some as being a "hipster;" a term which I'm not sure suits me, as I like to think of myself as someone who just really enjoys irony.
If you often find yourself pretending to listen while you're lost in thought.
If you think everything's a joke.
If you use proper grammar in text messages.
If you listen to an episode of Serious Business with Successful People and I sound like someone fun to hang out with.
Or if you are a person of depth who is unique and interesting.