On a more traditional note: moved to Edinburgh a while ago, enjoying exploring the city, enjoy all kinds of awesome stuff such as cheesy B-movies and talks about the meaning of life blah blah blah.
I suck at summarizing myself, clearly.
SPOILER: it's really all kind of like "how long is a piece of string?"... also it appears I'm good at being sarcastic to dating websites.
Also: computers. If I wasn't I wouldn't have a job so yeah, good at those too.
Movies? I have a confession: I enjoy watching really trashy sci-fi flicks and laughing insanely at them, and The Room which isn't a bad sci-fi flick but might well as be. If I have to name something: Big Trouble in Little China, Insidious, Sharknado and... uh... The Avengers. Everyone likes The Avengers.
Shows? Doctor Who, The X-Files, Firefly, Dollhouse, Buffy... my tastes were once what could be called "cult" but are now fairly mainstream. Oh, How I Met Your Mother too... that's not involving space, vampires or aliens but is incredibly funny and well written.
Music? Well, a quick gander at the ol' Spotify lists indicate I like Pink Floyd, Aerosmith, Massive Attack, U2, Kings of Leon, Faithless, Foo Fighters and a whole bunch of film composers and opera. So basically: I like whatever I like the sound of.
Food? Well, this is a tough one. I've been trying to develop a refined taste for foods but truth be told whatever I can find a) in the fridge and b) the Tesco's around the corner. I've got working on being a better cook on my to-do list.
Well... my computer, oxygen, gravity, the sun, cat pictures and... the number six. There are six things I could never do without.
I can really be sarcastic at these questions... I like it!
But yeah. I think thoughts a lot.
On a more serious note, it depends. Could spend it in with a flick, could decide to go off to something interesting I've found on the net. Consistency on spending my Friday nights is not my strong point.
But if reading through this amused you in some fashion, particularly either a) you feel it's a pathetic attempt to be funny or b) genuine enjoyment, feel free to say hi. I'll try and be amusing some more.