-I like pro wrestling. A lot.
-I watch VH1 reality shows. The trashier the better.
-I like Lady Gaga.
-I read gossip websites.
-I think the Bible, the Koran et al have some redeeming value.
-I enjoy cooking.
-I watch informercials and shyster TV preachers. I enjoy analyzing the marketing/manipulation techniques they use, but the universal appeal of the idea that making "three easy payments" or "touching your hands to the screen" can solve all your problems resonates with me more than I'm entirely comfortable with, despite the fact that I recognize it as false.
I bawl like a baby when I watch sappy movies. This entertains my friends. Jerkfaces.
I love hugs. Like seriously. The world needs more hugs.
I hate clothing. I understand all the implication of wearing it for social, physical and *other* requirements, but I still resent having to wear pants and making my socks match. Unless it's a big fuzzy sweater or a snuggie, then it's totally alright.
That being said, I am remarkably vain.
+1 to all of these. I cry during movies all the time. Doesn't even have to be a sappy movie. An episode of Star Trek once brought me to tears. Like, serious, snot-coming-out-my-nose sobbing. Lol.
Love hugs and wish I got more physical contact.
Well, clothing I'm divided on. On the one hand, it's a pain and being naked is just way easier, on the other I like developing my own fashion and style. I like the aesthetics of good clothing.
"There's no need to be embarrassed about it, Mr. Spock. It happens to the birds and the bees!"