Clay: I don't see myself working with this medium in the future. Even if you fire it in a kiln, it's still fragile and easily breakable, which is lame. While it is one of the most basic mediums to work with. I find it more difficult to manipulate and work with than other mediums, ironically.
Paper mache: It's okay. I do find it at least more structurally stable than clay however, which is nice. The only issue that I find with it is that I don't find it very brutal. It's wrapping paper bound together by a mixture of water and wood glue. Manipulating the initial forms can be a pain as well. However, It's a bit more interesting and fun to work with than mediums such as clay as it's qualities are a tad more appealing.
Plaster: I like this medium a lot actually. It seems far more traditional and I find it easier to manipulate as it capable of being carved, not molded. I find that method of working much more productive to work around in regards to creating pieces and forms.
Wood: Another medium that I find interesting. It can not only be carved and "molded" but it can also be cut, which is a much more aggressive method of creation. It's also easily paint-able if one would desire to do such a thing. While it may look more "eccentric" than something like clay, like plaster, I find it easier and more brutal, aggressive, and menacing to work with.
Wire: Quite honestly, I view wire as a kind of supplemental medium. I've seen people push wire very far, but I personally view wire as a kind of "supplement" due to it's scale and initial materialistic weight. Plus, I don't find it easily as fun to work with as plaster or wood.
Watching: Yugioh, Dangan Ronpa
Drinking: Coca Cola