I love baseball & football, good food, British humor, walking through the City, and form/function art like architecture and furniture. I'm the type of person that has to learn everything about something when I'm interested in it. I lack the ability to talk to kids because I have no idea what to say to them, and I've discovered I'm not great at appreciating pictures they draw for me effusively enough. I do like kids though - they're too cute not to like. Born and bred a New Yorker, I've lived in nine states, but hopefully I'm back in the District for a good while.
Anyway, I could ramble for a while more - talking about ourselves is a skill few of us lack, I think, and I'm not a particularly private person. Instead, I'll just end this here.
Movies? In no particular order, High Fidelity, Boondock Saints, The Back to the Future Trilogy (believe me, if you watch them back-to-back-to-back and pay attention to the script, you'll count them as one movie too), Catch Me If You Can, Pitch Perfect. As far as TV, my list is waaay too long to admit to at the moment, but for a small sampling of currently running shows: Dr. Who, Suits, any comic book-turned TV show, the Good Wife, and I have a religious devotion to John Oliver.
Music: I feel like I haven't updated my musical tastes since shortly after college, but I'll try almost anything else that's not country. Some of my rotation, old and new, includes Blue October, Collective Soul, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Our Lady Peace, various female vocalists whose albums I become obsessed with for a time (Lady Gaga, Regina Spektor, Lana Del Ray, Sara Bareilles), and showtunes. Andohmygod Hamilton! A little obsessed with that show at the moment.
And I like food too much to really choose a favorite. I always used to say Japanese was my favorite, but Middle Eastern/Greek is the cuisine I'm least likely to ever not be in the mood for.
Also, the next restaurant I want to try and trip I want to take. I try to think about those more than the stuff above, when possible.