These are all the facts about Bobulous that, almost certainly, nobody needs or wants to know.
189cm (six foot plus two-and-a-half inches).
Rich blue in colour. No spectacles, nor contact lenses. Experienced a period of chiasmic interference.
Dark brown; always either very short or very untidy. Sports a trendy wedge that only laser weapons may one day be able to tame.
Functional clothing chosen for purpose or comfort, never for appearance. Lots of pockets. Based on Bob's clothing alone, people have mistakenly thought that he must be some sort of adventurous rock-climbing type, or a staff member at HMV.
Reported as 111 (superior intelligence) by a 5-minute online test; as 129 (very superior intelligence) by a 20-minute online test; and as 160 (super-genius-level intelligence) by a thirteen-minute online test. Also 122 by a fifty-minute test. None of these tests was professionally administered and Bobulous is dubious as to their worth or accuracy.
Team Fortress 2 (PC; Valve Software, 2007) Ah, man, I got more RAM and I still couldn't hit a barn wall at three metres.
Civilzation V (PC; Firaxis Games, 2010) A vast improvement on an already excellent strategy game of warefare and city management.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution (PC; Eidos Montreal, 2011) Being able to jump three metres in one bound is much more fun than it might sound.
Portal 2 (PC, Valve Software, 2011) An excellent sequel to the excellent Portal, adding character and history to the intriguing world of Aperture Science.
The Dune series of books by Frank Herbert;
On The Road by Jack Kerouac;
The Illuminatus! Trilogy by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson;
Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton;
The Forever War by Joe Haldeman;
The Lord Of The Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien;
all six books of the the Uplift series by David Brinn.