When I am with someone, I enjoy nothing more than cuddling (besides the whole adventure part, of course). I'm sensitive to other people's feelings, not into sports, and hardly drink. I am also becoming more and more physically active, and I bike to work most days now. I'm in the best shape of my life.
For work, I am a system administrator. For the layman, that means I am a professional computer geek, which is a good thing. I am fairly comfortable where I am on a professional level at the moment, so most of my self-improvement is in the personal area.
When I was a kid, I was big into art. I am just now rediscovering that. I have picked up the paint brush again, and I work on the occasional "project". Check my Halloween photo to see the Death Ray I made.
I am also always looking for some adventurous things to do with a close friend or date. For example, a few years ago I bought my first DSLR, then went up to Rockport to see The Paper House, and ended up finding an old abandoned factory, which was great for photos. A couple summers in a row I spent three days hiking in the Green Mountains, looking for hidden treasure, as part of an "Adventure Challenge" game. Last year I bought a telescope, so I could try some astrophotography, but also as an excuse to drive out to the middle of nowhere and find places to star-gaze.
My favorite genre would be Urban Fantasy, which would include writers like Neil Gaimen and Charles De Lint.
I also read non-fiction books from science writers like Brian Greene.
Fantasy and sci-fi is where it is at for me, with a healthy dosage of comedy and horror.
Just a few of my favorites, off the top of my head:
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
Bridge to Terabithia
Army of Darkness
Anything by Joss Whedon. Seriously. That man is a God. Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Dollhouse.
The usual suspects like The Daily Show, Southpark, Family Guy, Futurama
New Scifi like Doctor Who, Warehouse 13, Sherlock
BBC shows like The IT Crowd
Orphan Black, of course
Older shows like Seinfeld
And everyone's new favorite Stranger Things
For music, my tastes are pretty broad. I usually let Pandora do its thing, so I can't write out a pretentious list of indie bands like most people here seem to. Pretty much I like everything except for rap, hip-hop, and country. But to be more specific, I most enjoy listening to classic and hard rock, and occasionally I switch to some jazz.
Roof over my head
Also, if you actually have the time for someone new in your life.