Nine Inch Nails → I do, in fact, listen and enjoy their music. I remember getting introduced to their music through fanvids, if you can believe it, and going to look for the specific songs used which led me to more of their discography. Some of my favorite songs of theirs include "Kinda I Want To", "Closer", "Wish", and "Just Like You Imagined".
Hiking → I've never actually done one properly, to be perfectly honest. I may have done a mini-hike once during a school field trip, but otherwise no. I don't really have much of a desire to, either. I'm not really an outdoorsy kind of person. I like the concept of it, being able to walk around certain terrains and being surrounded by nature and all of that, but I don't think I'm the kind of person to do it. But who knows? Maybe someday I'll change my mind, but it'll have to be one of those really planned things in a controlled environment.
Diabetes → I don't have it and I don't think anyone in my family has it (that I know of at the top of my head), but it does scare me. As someone who has been experiencing some health issues lately anything health-related scares me.
Rock climbing → I think I attempted rock climbing in the past, it was an indoor rock climbing and only the shorter one, but I do recall there being a time when I tried it. It looks interesting and it's something I've contemplated possibly trying again, the indoor rock climbing not so much for doing so outdoors. When it comes to professional rock climbing, I'd never do it myself but I'm in awe of those who are skilled enough to do it. I've seen the videos and things and, aside from how scary it is, it's also very impressive what the human body can do with the right amount of training and practice.
Shotgun → I'm assuming this is about the firearm, which in that case I've never held or been near one. Honestly, I have pretty strong feelings about guns in general, as in I'm for gun control and want a better regulated system.
Hot plates → I have never used them personally, but I do think that they're useful for many people. I know that a lot of college students use them, which is mostly where I've heard most about it.
Dreams, do they mean anything? → I believe that dreams are just our subconscious creating a story while we're asleep, since while we're awake we can consciously control where are thoughts are, but when asleep our brains never stop working and so it takes things already on our minds to create scenarios. It's why many dreams have so many different things happening but it still is connected to each other. Do I think they mean anything aside from that? I do think that sometimes we influence what are dreams will be like, such as if you're worried about something your subconscious will create a scenario surrounded by that particular worry. Otherwise, in regards to inexplicable things about dreams such as paranormal or spiritual visits and the like, that is unknown. I think it's all based on the individual and what they believe it is. But really, our brains are incredibly complex so anything is possible.
Art → I really love and appreciate art of all forms. I'm in awe of people who just create things, y'know? Just the levels of talent, whether it's drawing, painting, sculpting, crafting, theater, etc. I'm also artistic in certain ways, though I don't consider myself an "artist" my any means some have said that I am. I did take some art classes during school, once in high school (which was a standard art class) and once in community college. While I appreciated the former, I disliked the latter. I don't know, there was something about it that made me lose all interest in drawing for a while. I did quit the class after some time because I was just not interested at all with what they were doing. But overall, art -- however you create it -- is incredibly valid and we need to support it more (a.k.a. stop taking away funding from art/performing arts in schools).
Camping → The only thing I've ever done that relates to this is an elementary school field trip where we spent a week at an educational recreational park (treating it like a "summer camp" kind of experience, but with learning outdoorsy things and we slept in cabins and all of that) and pretend camping at home when I was younger, but as far as traditional aspects of camping I've never actually done it. Like I mentioned before, I'm not an outdoorsy kind of person, but the concept of camping is something I've been curious about. I kind of blame things like Instagram for doing the aesthetics aspect of it.
Frozen ice cream → I love ice cream. Over the years though I've gotten a little sensitive to certain brands of ice cream, most likely due to how much dairy they put into it. But there are still some that I like and I have no problem with. Cookies n Cream from Baskin Robbins is my all-time favorite, and I prefer that over anything else tbh. Aside from that, my other favorite flavors are chocolate (especially chocolate fudge) and vanilla (regular or vanilla bean).
Chick flicks → To be honest, I despise the term "chick flick" because it mostly just describes any movie that have a female protagonist and/or prominently features women and there is emotions in it, which imho is very sexist since there's a lot of movies of all genres that are placed in that category. There's been a lot of debates surrounding this though, so I'm not going to get too into that, but for the most part I like a lot of movies. Many of them feature women, and many feature an emotional coming-of-age or character journey, and yes, some of them are romantic comedies. If a story is good, I'll like it, regardless of whether it fits into that category or not.
Urban legends → I love them, especially the creepier ones. I'm someone who loves reading about all types of urban legends and folklore, including creepypastas. I like not just US-specific ones, but urban legends from all cultures, which I find absolutely fascinating. Also, I also love the movie Urban Legend (and to a lesser extent the sequel, Urban Legends: Final Cut). Just wanted to add that because it is relevant to the topic.