I am always learning something... For instance, I have made some great progress at deepening my knowledge in Japanese and Chinese in the last two years... This is certainly a feat since I mostly grew up in Montreal.
I grew up watching anime and reading manga from the late 80s and early 90s (I am not that old... it's just that I started watching anime at 5 or 6 in my grandparents' house: some really old series like Kotaru and mostly kodomo-style anime of that time). Although I read Fist of North Star at around 6....(vive le parentage) The fact that my grandfather had a great library with a lot of history books and old books from the previous centuries helped me learn reading Kanji at a young age. By the age of 6-7, I was able to read newspapers in Kanji.
Also, a few years ago I found a really old handwritten esoteric book in my grandfather's library. Anyway, I recall being able to do some divination back then... No idea if it works or not...My ojiisan seems really into it though so I have read famous ancient texts like Sengaikyou/Shanhaijin and the Book of Changes.
I also like Magic the Gathering TCG: it's clearly the best card game in the world. I play YGO too, but only for the fun factor. MTG is the real deal. Somewhat a collectible enthusiast more than a player. I like reading fantasy and SF books: G.R.R. Martin, Robert Jordan, Fuyumi Ono, Kaoru Kurimoto, Tolkien, Tamora Pierce, Gene Wolfe, Anne Rice, Ursula K. Leguin, Octavia Butler, Isaac Asimov, Roger Zelazny, Glen Cook, etc. I am a Stargate fan too. I may start reading Haruki Marakami or Banana Yoshimoto soon. I read some of their short essays and their style is interesting. It will really improve my Japanese.