I've had some great adventures in the past (flying to Denmark by accident, partying with Russian gangsters, breaking down in the middle of the Nevada desert) and I should definitely have some more. The only thing I've found is that you can't really plan this sort of thing; in fact, my best stories come from my complete lack of foresight and planning.
I've marked my religion as "atheism and laughing about it", but "agnostic atheism and I take laughing about it very seriously" would be more accurate.
In a more general sense, I want to try to spend my life always learning new things. I'm trying to learn to dance (jazz and ballet), to learn more about history, and to still find time to read books.
It's a Wonderful Life, Breaking Bad, Father Ted, Casablanca, Inception, carbonara, Modest Mouse, Portal, The Apartment, The Matrix, Sufjan Stevens, Sigur Ros, lasagna, 1984, His Dark Materials, Excession
These don't really fit into any of the above categories, but The Thrilling Adventure Hour and The Lizzie Bennet Diaries are the very best of the internet. Welcome to Night Vale too.
Decent cooking facilities
People to talk to