I'm playful and casual, trying to enjoy life now and not put it off. I aggressively seek knowledge, utterly fascinated by pretty much everything that the universe and human existence have produced. I love learning languages, but rarely get enough practice to speak and listen well. I love gaming--video games, board games, card games--especially games that get people interacting. I love thinking deeply but usually keep my thoughts to myself.
Right now in particular I'm trying to figure out how to fit all the things I want to do in life into the small parcel of time I've been given.
Physically, I think people notice my eyes first. Or when it's long, my hair. Or my white soul patch, when I don't shave it.
Movies: My tastes are very broad. Favorites include Star Wars, Casablanca, Lord of the Rings, Crouching Tiger, and Airplane. Only movies I generally avoid are scary movies, not because I don't like the genre, but because so many of them seem stupid nowadays.
Music: I don't listen to a lot of music but I do like to hear new things. Classic rock and oldies are always nice, as well as some alternative. I also love movie soundtracks.
Food: I love to eat, and I love most types of food. Indian, Thai, Japanese, and Mexican are my favorites. I have fun cooking them as well.
(Kind of a dull list overall. Nothing like "My Rubik's cube" or "My autographed bust of Pamela Anderson." But why complicate things?)
Assuming basic physiological needs are met. Where's the uniqueness in those?