I am a head-in-the-clouds type who spends way too much time contemplating the profound questions of life, and probably not enough time doing practical things. I like ideas and theories, and can excitedly talk about them for probably much longer than most people care to. I have a subtle self-effacing wit, yet still somehow manage to come off as a haughty intellectual. Despite my best intentions, I can make a marvelous fool of myself, but I am able to accept the humor of my own futility. :)
Despite all of the above, I can be a lot of fun to be around and enjoy a good adventure!
My odd compulsion to finish other people's sentences with lyrics from 80s songs.
Also, my tendency to answer questions with the phrase "well, that depends".
The fact that I am often blissfully unaware of my surroundings (lost in thought).
I can uninhibitedly converse with total strangers, yet nervously bumble around when talking to an attractive aquaintance.
Movies: Memento, The Prestige, The Life of Brian, Rear Window, North by Northwest, Pi, Dr. Strangelove, Reservoir Dogs, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Graduate, Twelve Monkeys, The Ninth Gate, The Thing, The Incredible Shrinking Man, They Live, The Day the Earth Stood Still (1950s version), Metropolis, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Cool Hand Luke, Evil Dead 2
Music: lots of stuff, from punk to classical to 80s pop...hard to categorize...thinking about it makes me write in incomplete sentences...
Food: Pretty much anything and everything
TV: Big Bang Theory, Arrested Development, True Detective, Star Trek, Game of Thrones
Also, evolution. It's actually really logical, if you care enough to actually learn about it in detail.
Also, how unlikely it is that anything worthy of being called "God" would conform to humankind's narrow views of what he/she/it should be like.
Why people believe in weird things.
What type of telescope I would buy if I lived far enough away from the city lights to actually see any stars.
I am not as cool, smart, interesting, or unique as I imagine, but then again, probably neither is anyone else.
I own and regularly use a stationary exercise bike, yet never learned how to ride the real thing.
If any of my interests somehow seem interesting.