I like the usual things: planning adventures, making nerdy jokes, eating pizza and watching bad movies after a long day, exploring random places, people watching etc.
Also, I don't like the usual things, for example, parallel parking. Seriously, that's some hard stuff there.
As a hobby, I'm trying to become at least conversant in another language or two. But I can never settle on just one. So I end up knowing a hodgepodge of words from various languages.
I also work out to keep in shape. I'll admit I go running once in a while listening to "I'll Make a Man Out of You" from the Disney movie Mulan. One day, I'll be as swift as the coursing river...one day.
Or when I'm feeling lazy, I'll read (probably recipes) or play video games. There's nothing quite like taking a lazy day off.
People watching (and trying to figure why he/she just did THAT). Seriously, this should be an event at the Olympics. I mean, do you know how many parents still put their kids on leashes?
Getting myself lost (definitely a good thing GPS has become widely available). Though being lost is the best way to find tucked away little places in areas you never thought of visiting. If you play your cards right, you can get lost with me. And if you're super lucky, we might even hold hands as we walk.
It's either that or the how's and why's of various things. Like "how does that work?" or "why are people so concerned about the weather all the time?" or better yet, why are Trix just for kids? Seriously, all that rabbit wants is some cereal.
Also, must love dinosaurs. No exceptions!