People here write elaborate resumes putting their best feet forward. It always sounds so contrived. True strength is measured at one's weakest. Sure, there should be a superficial attraction, but I'm interested in something much deeper.
When I have time for myself, I read nonfiction, run, work out, play, write, listen to very eclectic music, dance like a fool, and sing only by myself. I'm hoping you can help me with that last part.
Books: The First 20 Minutes, Bulfinch's Mythology, The Hero With a Thousand Faces, The Black Swan, The Power of Habit, The Little Prince, Love in the Time of Cholera, Norwegian Wood, Wicked, Lord of the Flies, Outliers, Ishiguro
Poets: T.S. Eliot, John Keats, William Butler Yeats, Pablo Neruda, Andrew Marvell
Movies: Moonrise Kingdom, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Black Swan, The Wrestler, Hero, Moulin Rouge, In the Mood For Love, Roman Holiday, Hiroshima Mon Amour, It's a Wonderful Life, Romeo+Juliet, Fantasia, My Neighbor Totoro, Edward Scissorhands, Amadeus, Love Actually, Tampopo, Shaolin Soccer, L.A. Story, La Jetée
Music: Fun, m-flo, Do As Infinity, Teresa Teng, Marie Digby, New Order, Portishead, Carla Bruni, Norah Jones, The Killers, The Smiths, Adele, Taylor Swift, Cocteau Twins, Bossa Nova, Big Band, New Wave, Techno, House, Ambient, Dubstep, Trance, Space music, people with terrible voices who sing with their heart, people who sing everyday to themselves.
Food: Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Malaysian, Korean, Singaporean, Shanghainese, Chinese, Indian, Noodles, Soup, Southeast Asian, French, Quebecker, Foie Gras, Texas BBQ