I enjoy drinking water, tea, almost any kind of juice, and milk-based sweet beverages (I most often take chocolate milk). I do not like alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, they are too unhealthy. As for food, I try to avoid fried stuff and I like when I don't have to eat meat, or when I try vegetarian or vegan dishes (I plan to become vegetarian or pescetarian someday). I particularly enjoy Chinese and Japanese cuisines and Subway.
I study the linguistics of different languages, including their grammar, phonology, writing systems, vocabulary and history, as well as their relation to each other, as in linguistic families, sprachbund and other forms of contact. I have studied many languages to a certain level, but I can properly understand and use only English, Spanish, my native Portuguese, and to a lesser extent, some of their relatives. I plan to become fluent on many languages in the future.
I'm also interested in the world's various cultures in the present and in the past (hence my enjoyment of history). This includes the innumerable works of literature, arts, philosophy, spirituality and other cultural expressions that humanity has produced through its existence. I'm equally fascinated with biological traits and behaviour of other animals in the present (what zoology studies) and in the past, as a part of the environmental changes over Earth's history (what geology deals with). Astronomy gives an insight on how colossal and amazing is the universe, and questions whether if Earth's life can be similar to the possible extraterrestrial life, another thing I wonder about.
Politically, I greatly admire right-libertarianism. I find coercion (and consequently the state) to be essentially unethical, and I don't think society needs it at all. Violence, I believe, is only justifiable if used for defense. Anarcho-capitalism proves to be a very better model of how humans can co-operate and share their best without repressing each others' liberty and happiness. I definitely do not get along with conservatives holding sexist, homophobic, transphobic or racist views. I find this disgusting, but since I believe in unlimited free speech, they are free to do so. The best thing to do is to educate them about the errors in their ideas; but if they do not want to be educated, they should be ignored.
I oppose schools (and to some degree universities) as primary forms of education. It is nearly impossible to teach someone what they do not want to learn; all education should be voluntary. Compulsory education (especially in the Prussian model), besides being another form of coercion, is a horrible system that oppresses human nature in many ways; it severely harms those who really want to learn and not just accomplish social norms like finishing grades and getting academic degrees. The internet is one great alternative way of acquiring knowledge: it provides unlimited and free information, book downloading (that's because I'm against copyright), groups to talk to people interested in the same subject and many other forms of useful information.
The top three sites I visit when online are Facebook, YouTube and Wikipedia. I mostly read and edit articles, listen to music, watch educational or entertaining videos, talk to my friends and participate on groups. You can find out more about me in this bunch of userboxes below, which is a bit unorganized (I'm going to fix this sometime).