The other day I was reading "The Salmon of Doubt" in the park, when I heard a sound like a brick hitting the pavement hard, right next to me. I looked down to see what it was, and there, looking rather shocked, was a squirrel staring at me. I said to the squirrel, "I didn't know that you could fall out of trees." And it looked back at me, clearly trying to say "Neither did I. My entire life has been a lie." It made me happy to know that squirrels have existential crises as well.
For hobbies I do Judo, social dancing, I teach kids programming stuff, spend some time swimming or in the gym, but I also like to just chill out and chat or watch some Game of Thrones or some other new show, board gaming, video games. But really I love learning new things, so if you like horseback riding, knitting, playing music, sitting around talking about philosophy, watching a football game, I'd have a lot of fun with anything, and I do a little bit of everything, I play an instrument poorly, I've had some really good results from doing stand-up, I like good food and improving my cookings skills, and I've managed to keep some flowers and other plants alive around my house, I definitely believe variety is the spice of life.
I'm also not Republican and not Christian. Like way way not either of those things. I'm practically Marxist and I have a totem to Baphomet in my living room.