I'm consume media and play piano (badly, but that's what lessons are for).
Reaching things on the top shelf
Deconstructing and analyzing things
Less fantasy and more science fiction lately. (Ask me and I'll tell you why). If it's well written and accessible, sometimes I'll even dip into non-fiction. Someday I want to read a biography.
Just started Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone
Here's a list of some things:
Who Framed Rodger Rabbit?
Midnight In Pari
Hayao Miyazaki / Ghibli
-I don't watch a lot (currently everything is streaming for me) but when I do my tastes are typical nerd stuff: Doctor Who, Mr. Robot, Walking Dead, Firefly, Avatar, Steven Universe, anime, etc. (Note I'm behind on many of these shows; I need someone to watch with)
-All the political commentary by late night hosts
-Latest passion is Adam Ruins Everything. What more do people want from their television?
-Did you know Bill Nye is getting his own show on Netflix?
I think we're all past the point where we're judging each other's worth by music tastes. Here are the songs/albums I usually start my playlist off on before I switch to shuffle:
Daft Punk - Discovery
Anamanaguchi - Endless Fantasy
I eat anything but mushrooms pretty much.
Also, right now I'm really into making homemade pizza (obviously not mushroom pizza).
A wide selection of tea.
Also, frantically practicing for my piano lesson Sunday morning.
You can accept the fact that I think Superman is better than Batman. (Batman has better movies, but Superman is the better character; Hollywood just hasn't figured out how to show it yet)
You think cooking dinner together and binge-ing a show or a Ghibli movie is a pretty great stay-at-home date.
You want to help me take advantage of my brand new membership to the Art Institute. Bonus points if you think sketching the paintings while we're there is a good use of our time.