But when Pokemon Sun/Moon come out, I will always be interested in pokerivals.
I'm also looking into an apprenticeship in minor villainy. Stuff like stealing socks out of the dryer and misplacing car keys. Tipping over lawn gnomes. I'm nefarious.
Movies are good. I like my silly comedies a la Dumb and Dumber, but I also find great delight in more cerebral films like Amelie and Spaceballs. I legitimately have a weakness for good foreign works.
My cooking skills are enough to dazzle my roommates, but I'm always interested in bettering my culinary aptitude. I'll eat nigh anything, but being that my grandmother was Korean, I have a soft spot for Asian cuisine.
Everything else is superfluous.
Brevity and jocularity aside here, this is something that's been on my mind a lot lately. I've always identified as a feminist. I'm progressive and all for equality, so feminism was clearly quite fitting with my worldview. However, it's only recently that I've really begun to gain an appreciation of what it all truly even means.
I used to celebrate movies like Fifth Element, and the mindset was always, "Even though she's a woman, she's strong. Yay feminism!" And that pretty much highlights my own misunderstandings of the past twenty-some years. A better example, I should think, is Samus Aran of Metroid fame. With Samus, her happening to be a woman is not a strong part of her character, and it never needed to be. "She's strong; incidentally she's a woman." Christ but isn't that a much healthier way to think about things. I'm very, very ashamed that it's taken me so long to recognize the difference. And now I can see how little the latter is represented in popular media, and that's a problem.
Anyway, jocularity back on. 'Boobies' is a fun word to say. Incidentally, so is 'weiner.'
That's a lot of prepositions!
Or, you're Around Schwarzenegger, you've come back from the future, and I need to come with you if I want to live.