He's happy that people are commenting on his blog but to clear things up, his life isn't sad. He may not have the friends he's looking for, but the ones he has, makes him happy. =)
Anyway, so here are some things Engel likes:
Engel likes to listen to great obscure music. He likes popular music, if it's easy to listen to or if it has great lyrics, but he doesn't follow anymore. He gets some songs from television shows or movies, and downloads it to his mp3 player. Oftentimes he'd replay one song the whole day if he really really likes it. Right now the song he's fond of is Cry Baby by the Dukes of Daville.
He sings during his commute to work or home. This often gives him weird looks from people that sit beside, in front or behind him.
He's a weird one, Engel.
Engel is a video game addict. There are times he'd rather play the newest game available for his console than hang out with his friends. He's not anti-social. On the contrary, he actually uses this sometimes to get people to befriend him. Maybe that's the reason why he has more straight friends than the not-so-straight kind of men.
He likes playing action games. Shooters. RPG. But he does have some sports title in his library. While he doesn't play any of it, he purchases some purely for socializing purposes.
Travelling often makes Engel happy. Specially if he likes the people he's with. It is easy to get him to say yes to go anywhere. In the local vernacular, he's considered 'kaladkarin'. He always join his friends for food trips outside the city. Or to go karting in Enchanted Kingdom.
He's not a beach person though. He likes going there if it's just to ogle at people.
The thing though 'bout Engel is that you can't invite him to go out on a Sunday. If you did manage to do so, he must really, really like you.
Engel's been exposed to fictional books since he was a kid. While he does not have a vast library of books, he does like to read. While truth is sometimes stranger than fiction, he'd rather read of made up stories than non-fiction books. He always thought those kinds of things are much more appreciated seen than read.
He loves reading historical fiction, or spy stories or something with a smart lead character. He does not believe that a simple housewife can be involved in a government conspiracy no matter how convincing the idea is. And he can't tolerate romance novels. Nicholas Sparks and Danielle Steel are meant to be read by women and not men (straight or otherwise).
That's enough for now.