1. I still think Hanson is a good band. Example one: “Penny & Me”–I still listen to this song regularly.
Example two: I listen to their new album. Example three: I actually knew that Hanson had a new album.
2. I wear a helmet. So what? I’m safe. I’m more likely to get in an accident than most people you know, so it’s probably a good idea. Plus, I look hot.
Cute face, cute helmet. Be jealous.
3. I am a grammar snob. Yes, I do make the occasional (read: once a year) mistake in my grammar, but please know that if you split an infinitive or misplace a modifier, I have already judged you. (Please don’t go looking for grammar mistakes in my posts now that I’ve been all arrogant about it…)
4. I watch Jerry Springer. Why? Read my rationale.
I know I already posted this picture but you’ve got to admit, that’s funny.
5. While I know a lot of words, I’m notorious among my friends for mispronouncing them. When I was little, I thought “porcelain” was pronounced pork-lain and I had no clue the ‘b’ in “subtle” was silent. There are many more examples. Why? My mom said it was because I read too much and didn’t talk to people enough. That’s why I was fifteen before I learned how to pronounce hyperbole.
6. I watch Workaholics. And yes, I get almost all of the dirty jokes. Not ashamed.
What are you not ashamed of (that maybe you should be)? Do you think I should be ashamed of any of these?