And of course sitting around and thinking and coding are not at all mutually exclusive either. If I really, really had to choose, and I had a really good book (or book series) I'd likely go with the book. But that's only by a slight margin over the others, and coding would only lose out because I spent the other non-3 hours coding already.
Bit of both really.
I love being alone (most of the time) which makes it hard to find someone special as I don't like to go out and meet people.
I recently had someone special, someone I thought I could share my life with, for the first time in my life, but she broke my heart instead so I guess I'll be alone for a little while longer.
I don't want kids, I prefer winter to summer (hate the beach), I'm an evening/night person, I'm an introvert and I prefer staying inside to going outside.
To top it off, I don't believe in marriage, but that's an opinion I'm willing to let go as I've found out that's most girls biggest dream for some reason.
So far I mostly match with two women, my mom and my grandma
It's a really unpopular set of opinions and character traits (especially with the girls).
And it's also difficult to find people like that because, like me, they prefer to spend their time alone at home
I was at a party recently and I spoke to a girl who was speechless about me not liking the summer and looking forward to autumn, she literally said "wow, I've never heard anything like that before and I don't know what to say."
I don't even mention the kids thing anymore because that usually just gets me a lot of hate (and unfortunately, it's one of the first things women ask on dating apps).
At my age (31) it's particularly difficult to find a nice girl as most people are settling, marrying and starting a family.
After my last two relationships (the last being almost six years ago already) I decided I'd rather be alone than with the wrong person, but perhaps maybe I'll find someone someday.
It seems you have a positive attitude about things, so that is good.
About pretty much everything except finding a girl (and humanity in general)