I like staying in and watching movies or playing games. That's not to say I'm not active...well, I'm not tremendously active, but I love hiking and I can keep up with moderately active people.
I want to have friends here. I want to talk to people and have them respond to what I say instead of just waiting for their turn to speak. I want to find more of those precious few people who don't suck and get to know them better.
I want friends who make me my best self. (Except when it comes to my sense of humor. It's warped and I want it to stay that way.)
Hiking too fast.
Awful movies like The Room make me so damn happy. Otherwise, these days I mostly just watch comedies because I'm short on time and brainpower. I think older Mel Brooks stuff is awesome, and Monty Python movies make me happy. Recently, I've been wanting to watch more documentaries, and maybe even stuff that's supposed to have literary value. Since 30 Rock finished its run I've been watching television only when I'm doing something else that isn't distracting enough. I think New Girl is the sitcom equivalent of popcorn: even though it's insubstantial, its consumption is still fun.
Everyone dislikes the music I like and I hate pretending to care about everyone else's musical tastes, so I have staked out my claim to a musical micronation: when the conversation heads that direction, I cling to my rock of bad taste and no one recognizes my existence. It's awesome, because then I can go back to playing games on my phone instead of feeling compelled to pay attention when I have nothing to contribute to the discussion.
I'll try any comestible once unless it has a carapace. Mediterranean is my favorite type of cuisine, but Italian food is uber-comforting. And while I don't like seafood, there's no one kind of food I completely hate. I DO strongly prefer vegan food, especially vegan entrees. Meat's just boring by comparison.