First of all, for leisure I really like to paint, play cards, hike and walk in the woods, interact with my parrots, watch movies, and get together with friends. Plays and art galleries are also great.
I HATE bowling. Bowling is just plain boring. I would rather stick toothpicks under my fingernails than bowl. I also dislike watching hockey. Yawn. Oh, and is there anything more dull than looking at picture after picture of someone's friends or relatives and you don't know a single one of them? A few pics, fine. An album? Spare me (that was thrown in for you bowling fans).
I dislike bed & breakfasts. Most smell like mildew and are decorated like an 80 year old spinster sleeps in the room. Not exactly fantasy inspiring for your man. Sex with grandma? Um, no thanks. When getting away for a weekend with my husband, the last thing I want is walls as thin as cardboard and breakfast at a table with a bunch of strangers I am never going to see again. Call me crazy, but a weekend away with my husband can be spent in a passtime much more fun than quiche and muffins with Joe from Iowa. Before you criticize my choice, consider that the same man has stayed with me for decades. I must know something about favorite passtimes.
I am spiritual but dislike organized religion. God clubs don't ring true to me, and usually the people most active in them don't either. Enjoy your club, but don't ask me to become a member or try to scare me into joining. "Believing" out of fear is not faith. It is only being a coward. Check out the definition of "cult". Sound familiar? Had plenty of experience with organized religion in the past. Not happening . God, or the energy source, knows me. I know it and I know how to commune with it. End of story.
I like art that makes me think; be it a painting, movie, book, etc. It also needs to cause an emotional reaction. Does not matter if that reaction is positive or negative, just move me. What do I dislike in art? Well, one of my artist friends had a t-shirt that said "Good art does not match your living room furniture." I think that about sums it up.
Since I am an indie author, I will also mention what I like to read. Same as what I listed above for art. Move me. Make me think. Don't give me a formula story. People seldom live happily ever after. Don't pretty it up, tell it real. I can take it; I am an adult.
Lastly, and probably most importantly: I love ice cream and buttered popcorn. The reason? If you have to ask, you must be in a coma. Some nights I have both. Yep, I need to lose weight. No one gets out of here alive.