My personality is tough to quantify, but if you've ever read any Vonnegut, his attitude toward life is very similar to my own.
I'm a skeptic and a freethinker. I consider both sides of every story.
My humor is dry and witty and dry witty. Also kind of absurd. Dry and witty and absurd.
I have my own place unless you count my adorable cat, but she refuses to pay rent, so...
Chuck Palahniuk. Stephen King, Kurt Vonnegut, Richard Dawkins, anything post-apocalyptic or dystopian. Cormac McCarthy, Hubert Selby Jr., Douglas Adams, Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, George R. R. Martin, Orwell, Kafka, Aldous Huxley, Vladimir Nabokov. Favorite book is probably Watership Down by Richard Adams, but Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions is close.
Breaking Bad is the best television show in history. See also: Game of Thrones, Hannibal, Veep, Louie, 30 Rock, anything Ricky Gervais makes.
A smattering of films I love include One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Midnight Cowboy, Fight Club, Requiem For a Dream, Magnolia, Blue Velvet. I'm a big-time cinephile and could talk about movies for months.
In terms of music, I like what you like. Unless you like modern country, but that's not really music. Seriously though, I love music, but there's way too much of it. I'm starting to think I might not hear it all before I die.
Some of my favorite artists include Salvador Dali, Hieronymus Bosch, Hans Rudi Giger, and Edward Gorey. I have a deep appreciation for anything surreal, which extends into my tastes in other mediums as well.
My favorite comedian was George Carlin and still is.
The best stand-up routine ever, if you can call it that...
"...but he loves you..."
Sunshine and fresh air.
Tiger got to hunt,
Bird got to fly;
Man got to sit and wonder, "Why, why, why?"
Tiger got to sleep,
Bird got to land;
Man got to tell himself he understand.