My passion in life is astronomy. I own a telescope and love to look at objects in the night sky as close as a planet, or something light years away whose size I can't even comprehend. I haven't used the scope in a while now. It's freaking big, and lugging it out to Palisade-Dowes observatory can be a chore.
I like go out, sure - not all night wild parties mind you, but going to a nice restaurant, going for a walk in nostalgic places like the neighborhood where you grew up, or having a drink/coffee with someone nice to talk to. I also like to stay in the comfort of home, too. Ordering or making some food, watching a movie, playing a game, or just relaxing and shooting the shit.
I like playing video games too - I've been doing that with friends since I was a little kid with a Nintendo.
I'm also planning on tutoring in math and sciences soon. I haven't actually started it yet, so I don't know if I'll be any good at it. I'm not really doing it for the money, I just like the satisfaction of helping someone figure something out. The money is just a bonus.
Movies: 2001: A Space Odyssey, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which reduces me to a laughing maniac every time I watch it. Other classics are Ferris Bueller's Day Off and The Princess Bride. I love almost anything that is funny. Oh and Gladiator is awesome too.
TV: First off, the most important: Chapelle's Show. RIP. After that, I like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report because they're hilarious. No Reservations and Bizarre Foods on the Travel channel because I love seeing people places and food from around the world. Whose Line Is It Anyway? (US & UK) cracks me up every time, I don't know if it is aired anymore though. And of course, for skit comedy, Kids in the Hall, and old school SNL (Celebrity Jeopardy!) I also enjoy Star Trek: TNG but don't worry, I'm not a Trekkie.
And this is going to feel like the dorkiest thing I've ever typed, but here goes: a scientific calculator. It's absolutely essential piece of equipment for the classes I'm taking and I use it ALL THE TIME. I'm not sure what does more work - my brain, or my fingers as I tap on my TI-84+.
I'm a really big fan of staying cool, so my air conditioner and I have a very amiable relationship with each other until fall/winter hits.
I could never go a week or two without the smell that overwhelms you when you enter an Indian restaurant. It's divine...
Finally, I'd say I couldn't bear to go outside without smelling nice, so a few good bottles of cologne on my shelves to keep that masculine scent that entrances anyone that comes near me. Okay I might be exaggerating here a little.
Or, if you simply want to have a coffee and chat.