-My favorite section is the books, music and movies part. I'm confused as to what couples are even supposed to do if they can't geek out over the same stuff together
Reaching things on the top shelf
Deconstructing and analyzing things
I'm taking piano lessons to learn jazz and improvization, but I wouldn't say I'm really good at that yet.
-Favorites books include The Name of the Wind and Carl Sagan's "Demon Haunted World",
-Currently reading Trekonomics
-I'm reading a lot more comics lately.
Hayao Miyazaki / Ghibli
-I don't watch lot but when I do my tastes are typical nerd stuff: Doctor Who, Sherlock, Walking Dead, Firefly, Avatar, anime, etc.
Currently: I don't know? Catching up on Netflix. Maybe discovering the joy of painting with Bob Ross.
-Did you know Bill Nye is getting his own talk show on Netflix next year?
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
(Probably not and no, imo. Care to disagree?)
The deep deep mystery that is the origin of bread. Did it first have to be observed occurring naturally or did some genius have the creativity and inspiration to invent it?
What must it have been like to be a LotR fan before the internet came along or the movies created a cohesive interpretation of the story that everyone could get behind? Did the popularity of the books only spread by word of mouth? Were there little pockets of fans spread across the country, each with their own imagining of the story, potentially varying wildly from one pocket to the next? How did they participate in the fandom? Most importantly, how is the Ballad of Bilbo Baggins a thing and what must people have thought of it when it first came out?
I think about weird things.
You can accept the fact that I think Superman is better than Batman.
You think a home cooked meal and a Ghibli movie is the perfect 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.