I've been back and forth between LA and NYC for the past few years, but now I'm officially settled on the East Coast. I live in Hell's Kitchen and sleep on two twin beds pushed together, but I bought a bed converter and it's honestly way more comfortable than you'd think.
Every once in a while, I get on stage and tell a story. Sometimes people laugh, and it's kind of the best.
BOOKS: In college I read and loved Faulkner. Since then, not so much. Lately I pretty much exclusively listen to audiobooks, and I refuse to be shamed for that. I like nonfiction, because it makes me feel like I'm back in school in a fun way. I'm also fond of collections of personal essays, because who isn't.
MOVIES: My favorite movie of all time is Valley of the Dolls, and that should tell you everything you need to know. My taste ranges from trash (anything in the Denise Richards oeuvre) to, like, legitimately good movies. Honestly, I don't see much during the year, until December when I get screeners and watch the shit out of them.
SHOWS: I watch a lot of TV. Too much, really. Even listing it all is exhausting. It's largely for work, but also because I started too many shows and now feel a terrible compulsion to see them through. Off the top of my head, faves include You're the Worst, Mr. Robot, Unreal, Penny Dreadful, Bates Motel, and most Housewives.
MUSIC: Sondheim is the only deity I truly worship. Bill Finn makes me cry on a regular basis. I do listen to music that isn't showtunes, but less so now that I don't have a radio. (R.I.P. my car, which didn't die, but I sold it so it's dead to me.) Carly Rae Jepsen is probably my favorite pop star, and I would absolutely write a jukebox musical for her.
FOOD: I'm not all that picky, but sushi is my favorite and I will most likely die of mercury poisoning.
Also: how different my life would be if my dad loved sports instead of Barbra Streisand. Honestly, thank god things worked out the way they did.
Also: your junk. ;-)
In terms of other social activities, I prefer one-on-one encounters to large parties, though the latter can be fun if I'm feeling sufficiently social. From time to time, I like hosting friendly get-togethers at bars. Watching a movie under a blanket is pretty wonderful, as long as it's the right movie and the right person and the right blanket.
Another potentially embarrassing admission is that a huge percentage of my friends are people I met on Twitter. I imagine some people would consider that a character flaw, but I'm happy to surround myself with sharp, funny, talented people.
On an unrelated note, I wish "Looking For" had a "Casual making out/cuddling" option, because I'd be all over that.