That said, I'm told there are not a lot of people like me (usually in a good way), but I feel like people who say that maybe haven't met enough people? I try to say yes as often as possible. Life is more interesting that way. Between adventures, I spend a lot of time reading books, watching movies/shows, listening to music, playing on computers, and having conversations. Oh, and working. Now it's summer, I'm excitedly remembering that it is possible to do stuff outdoors in central Ohio.
I don't have particular super-powers or obsessive hobbies. I decided some years ago that I'd rather be pretty good at a lot of things than the best at one or two.
I can usually make conversation with strangers, and animals like me.
Books: Vonnegut, Dostoevsky, Pratchett, Chaucer, Miller (Henry), Chandler, Willeford, Trudeau, Larson, Moore, Morison.
Movies: Tarantino, Almodovar, Marvel Universe, Coen brothers. Dumb & Dumber, Hard Ticket to Hawaii, Ninja Death 1.
Shows: The Wire. Buffy, Angel. Bojack Horseman. Breaking Bad. Big Bang Theory. Gotham. The Simpsons since it was skits on Tracy Ulman Show. Oh, and sports.
Music: Indie is my fave (punk, country, bluegrass, jazz), but I like almost anything. Still learning to dig metal, but I realize that's my problem, not the music.
Food: Brunch. Indian. Pizza. Truck tacos. French fries. A good salad.
It's a pretty constant stream of something, really. I'm rarely bored.
(Why really and rarely are spelled so similarly when they mean such different things...)