I've been described by my friends as: "Completely worth that dollar. I've never gotten more bang for my buck."
I'm in an open relationship. An open relationship means she knows that I'm looking for friends outside of this relationship for things up to and including safe physical intimacy. She is too! We're not looking for a third or a unicorn. I'd link to her if she had an account here, I think she's pretty friggin' great. If you want to talk about that for some reason feel free to ask.
Watchings - Look, I could list a bunch of stuff here. Have you seen Louie? The FX show? I relate to that show more than just about anything else I've ever seen. If you don't like it you're wrong, and it is okay to be wrong sometimes, but if you understand it you will probably have an uncomfortable amount of insight into how my brain works.
Listenings - I'm nerdy, you figured that out already. My musical taste is no exception. I like They Might Be Giants, Ben Folds, Jonathan Coulton, and other sort of independentish clever lyricists/musicians.
Eatings - I will consume everything, period. Eel has a special place in my heart. I love going to little independent restaurants and trying to discover the next little, delicious place that you haven't heard of but will go to again and again. St. Louis has a surprising number of these. Most of them seem to be on Olive, though. Sushi, Chinese, Thai, Indian, Italian, Mexican, Jamaican, and just plain ole burgers all have their place. I think I like steak less than I am supposed to. Maybe I am just eating it wrong?
Religion. I'm an atheist, kind of a lot. It's not something I want to force down throats, 'cause who does that help? Religion is personal and intimate and has highly different definitions and is taken with different amounts of sincerity with different people. That being said, if your religion is telling you that you need to oppress, constrain, or act unjustly towards a group of people for who they are or what they believe then me, you, and what you take as your deity need to sit down and have a discussion on the difference between religion and morality.
That's right, I think about the two most awkward conversations you can ever have. Oi!