Favorite Music: Good music. Seriously though, I have many songs that I like, just ask. I will say though that I take a lot of my life's lessons from the Beatles, as evidenced by the title.
Favorite Book(s): I love far too many to ever list, but some favourites include:
Abduction, by Robin Cook
The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury (I also really enjoyed Something Wicked This Way Comes)
Memoirs of a Geisha, by Arthur Golden
The Artemis Fowl series, by Eoin Colfer
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Interview with the Vampire, by Anne Rice
To name just a few.
One odd thing about you: There are a lot of odd things about me. I guess the oddest being that sometimes the way I talk can be shocking or just plain mean, but I'm actually quite nice. It's hard to explain.
Coolest thing to ever happen to you: One year, I went skiing with friends in the mountains. None of us were that great except for this one guy, we'll call him Janke. We found ourselves at the top of a Black Diamond run and after looking down, two of us shook our heads and started sliding down on our butts. Janke sailed past us on his ski blades, howing that we were all a bunch of pussies and not looking where he was going, he launched himself over the edge of a cliff. He was unharmed, but it was the funniest thing I've ever seen. True poetic justice in my book.
Anything you want to add? I have a very low tolerance for stupidity. I also love the English language and hate seeing it butchered by netspeak, and will make fun of you mercilessly for doing so (except when it's called for or is funny in context, in which case netspeak and improper grammar is hilarious and completely appropriate.) Speaking of propriety, I'm pretty liberal-minded and very difficult to offend (in fact, clinical testing has proven it impossible) but I also appreciate class over toilet humor. I find very few subjects distasteful, but if the application is poor, it turns me off completely.
All that said, if you friend me I will definitely try to look in on all your journals and comment diligently. =]