I'm a gamer, through and through. I like trying new things, but I'm not very social so I don't actually go out and do said things often. But when the mood strikes me I'll start all kinds of cool things and even follow through on some of them. I also have an extensive t-shirt collection.
Additionally, I'd like to apologize if I do not/have not answer/ed a message; on the occasional stop in to look at things, I will find I have a message, read it, get a bit flustered, and resolve to answer later. By the time I get back to it I'm embarrassed for having taken so long, as it both draws attention to my rudeness of having not answered upon receiving the message, and brings up a message from weeks ago that the sender has likely completely forgotten about. The occasional message will have a response so easy that I can just send one off right away (i.e. sender: "waffles or pancakes?" me: "waffles!") but that's not the norm. Alternately, some messages are patently easy to ignore without guilt or embarrassment, such as messages that consist of the word "hi!" (or some variation thereof) or sentence-long messages in which more than half the words are misspelled and the structure has a Yodian quality.
Regardless, the purpose of this message is not to discourage messages, but to provide a disclaimer. Much like cigarette companies, now that I have put on the box/profile that I'm a carcinogen/late replier, I can vend/reply late without legal repercussion/guilt! I'm pretty sure that's how this works.
BUT in the very hypothetical, I suppose if I were people (which of course I AM) I'd notice my shirt. I tend to wear graphic tees. Not like violence/nudity graphic, to clarify. Usually.
But I imagine most people don't like graphic tees as much as I do so I can't speak for everyone.
Books: Shannara, X-Wing, Dresden Files, Discworld
Movies: Star Wars (4-6), Aliens, Stardust, The Fifth Element
Music: Incubus, Cake, Queens of the Stone Age, They Might Be Giants
Food: Sushi, beef stew, thai curry, anything potatoes
1. The internet. I am addicted to having information easily at my fingertips at all times.
2. Games. Video games, pen and paper rpgs, board games, it doesn't matter, games are the best.
3. Humor. Much like a squid's ink cloud, I use it as a defense mechanism to confound my enemies, and amuse my friends (I can only assume squid do this as well.)
4. Goals. I hate not having something to do or move toward. I pick up hobbies whenever I can, try new things, come up with ideas for things I can do. I try to live in the now, but sometimes then is more interesting.
5. Friends. There are so many awesome things you can't do without other people, and it's nice to know that there are people who care about you.
6. Independence. As hard as it is to deal with the responsibilities of adulthood, the freedom makes it all worth it.