I don’t care what level of education you attained (read: please be smart, though). I don’t really care how old you are (read: around my age would be nice). I don’t care if you’re skinny, average, buff, or “a little extra” (read: I know what I like when I see it). I do, however, care very much if you chew gum in public. This is not to be done, and it’s rather non-negotiable.
2. I make a bomb stir fry, but it takes a minute and it uses a ton of dishes. It's always worth it.
3. Keeping calm.
4. Helping others.
5. Making out.
6. Numbering things as if I were making an outline.
I haven't made as much time for movies in the last few years. Off the top of my head Dangerous Liaisons and The Exorcist are favorites. Smila's Sense of Snow is a beautiful film. Mel Gibson's Apocalypto is fantastic. The whole ritual of going to the movies is fun to me, so I'm game for pretty much any genre, but generally speaking I don't enjoy "blockbusters." I'd really rather watch movies at home - my Netflix queue is mostly filled with documentaries and independent films.
I'm a certified sommelier so wine and food are easy to like. All kinds, except chain restaurants (usually). I like to discover new and different places to eat, but I'm also a creature of habit and I will stick to what I know is good.
Music is very important to me (I think everybody can say that), but it's one of those things that's hard to pin down. Sometimes it's so personal and evocative that you find it hard to put into words. To give an idea, though, I like everything from Russian composers to Madonna.
I don't watch TV and that means I'm missing some really great shows.
2. Something (pretty much anything) to read.
4. My job.
5. My Bookmarks Menu in Firefox.
6. Nivea Cream. I slather that shit all over my face at night.
Honorable mention - the few good friends that make me laugh hard, are good listeners, and who can cut through the bullshit.