I love theatre, and working behind the scenes to get the sound, lights, and props ready for a show. It's exhausting, though, so I keep it to a couple times a year.
The rest of the time, it's learning all I can about computer science or how the world works, or chilling with friends over beer and a board game.
I guess I'm also okay at card games and cycling and hugs.
If we're working together on something, they'll think I'm direct and efficient and to the point, and be glad I'm there to poke holes in their ideas and rework them into a cleaner solution.
If they're trying to get to know me, they'll find I'm blunt and honest and open. Keeping secrets is hard, and being ashamed is a waste of effort.
The worst thing a movie or show can do is bore me. Something needs to catch the attention, be unpredictable or sublime --- even if it's a flaw. I love anything with Marlon Brando or Clint Eastwood, and though Dexter and Dr. Who are great I rarely follow new things. Much easier to let time do its work of filtering the good (remembered) from the mediocre (forgotten).
Food is delicious. Highly recommend.
People I want to know better
A good gaming group
Coffee on early mornings
New things to learn
Music that makes me cry
Also ethics and morality and how they can make sense in a world as crazy as this one.
You like to play games and are looking for someone to play with.
Or you just want to cuddle, that's cool too I guess.