I always click to the profile to reply to a message, that's just how I work. Don't feel bad about being ginger, red head girls always turn out to be the hottest.
Susan Coffey, Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams, Rooney Mara...I really could go on...
And as someone who's interested in particle physics and mathematics (which I can deduce from that the quantum workings of the universe fascinate you.) I'd recommend watching this talk by Lawrence Krauss:
I wouldn't say I watch intellectual programs, I just don't watch gutter television! None of these crap reality shows, none of your X Factor business, none of this cheap BBC drama series like Casualty or Eastenders. List of shows I watch if I were to make a list...
Doctor Who, Torchwood, Lie to Me, The Mentalist, Scrubs, House, Sherlock, Mock the Week, Russell Howard's Good News, Friends, Boardwalk Empire, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones...
I don't tend to watch TV documentaries as they only show the crap ones that are meant to appeal to the masses regularly. Just find ones that interest me online. One I watched recently that I'd recommend is the "Human Planet" series, talked about our primitive adaptations to different climates and how innovative and effective they are. Makes it more interesting, and is a good test of your Biology, if you try to spot adaptations of the plants and such in the specific climates they're in before things are discussed on the show.
Rubik's aren't that hard to do. Just need a spare hour and some determination to memorise how to do them. In conjunction with improving the speed solve, I'm also trying to learn to do it blindfolded, I can already play blindfold chess, so I'm looking forward to getting this down too.
What other TV shows do you watch? I've just downloaded the first season of Lie to Me and am working my way through that, also can't wait for the new series of Sherlock to air. While we sit here, talking about quality television, my dad is downstairs watching his gutter TV - for this hour, Biggest Loser Australia.
Oh that isn't even the start. I enjoy lots of things, I'm a happy guy. Can do a rubik's cube in 90 seconds, trying to get that down to 30 seconds atm. Can do loads of wee pen spinning tricks. (YouTube "Pen spinning", you'll be amazed.), these amuse me, make me smile. Know card tricks too, I love the reactions you get from doing this stuff haha. I dunno...I guess I'm easy to please
I adore Doctor Who <3
So disappointed in the season closer though...god literally came from the machine, what BS.
I also absolutely adore anything that makes me think. So watching talks and lectures that get your brain turning, playing chess and becoming a human computer, computing the best possible moves and replies, I always smile when I think a good few moves ahead and it pans out exactly as I thought in my head.
Love sitting down and having a serious conversation/debate with someone about any source of debate in life, I feel those are what engages my mind the most and it always feels great to sit down and have any conversation with anyone for a long period of time.
It's hard to pick just one thing...I love the two sports I play, football and basketball. I've got great foot coordination, real finesse when it comes to controlling the ball which leads me to be a sick dribbler, but I'm rubbish as a playmaker, I can't predict my teammates runs very well so end up playing easy passes. But there's something oddly therapeutic about ripping half a team inside and out before stopping to do it again
Whereas basketball I'm sick at all round, it's a faster-paced game but you have more time to think, and because you're constantly running, and sprinting in short bursts, it's always great to get sweaty.
And outside of this, it's always therapeutic to sit down in front of the tele, either yourself or with mates, load up the Xbox, and have a FIFA sesh trash talking each other, or even going on an FPS and trying your heart out. I'm honestly adamant that competitive FPS gaming is the sport that requires the most communication...
Nothing wrong with having our lives planned, there are people who'd kill to be as sure of ourselves as we are
I'm getting a pretty good idea of what you like, so cycling back to earlier about all the extra-curriculars, what's your favourite thing to do in your spare time? What's the most fun? Most relaxing? What you feel happiest doing!
I personally believe that things are just too crowded on the Earth, why I'd only have 2 at max. If every couple on Earth had only one child, and they stayed with the same spouse for their entire lives, we'd half the population once the parents die! (Making the assumption that all 7 billion people are in a couple, and none of them are having kids at stupidly young ages)
Whereas if everyone had 2, it'd be keeping it at a constant. Which I'd be able to justify as alright to myself, but I'd feel a little bad as I'm not actually helping the situation by having a 2 for 2 thing going. If I had more I'd be morally disgusted with myself, I'm not an environmentalist, but a humanist, my worries aren't the effects that overpopulation has on the planet, but the effects it has on the human species.
That said I'm not looking down on you for wanting more kids, it just doesn't agree with the way I think yano?
But if you wanted this to play out the way you want, you'd be having kids in sets as well as 6 of them? So there's always 2 of them about the same age group to play?