I try to keep in mind how whatever I'm doing will benefit marginalized communities. It can't always be so, I just try to be mindful of how I flex my white male privilege.
Grammar and spelling are important to me. If I ever correct your usage or grammar or syntax, it's not personal.
I make a killer green salad, with just the right mix of textures, flavors, and colors. I can make popcorn with no unpopped kernels left over.
You rode a bicycle all by yourself before the disaster that was the George H.W. Bush (the Elder) administration took office, and still enjoy cycling today. You know what "MST3K" and Cranium are, and enjoy both immensely. You like to ham it up and/or watch someone else do so, even if you prefer not to eat ham.
I tend not to eat very many animals because I lack the nerve to kill and butcher them myself. That's my own decision. You make your own decisions that suit you, and that suits me just fine. Carcass-eaters are welcome.
Venture Bros., MST3K, Hedwig, Spinal Tap, Flight of the Conchords (double count!), a select few jambands (yes, really), Hamlet, pop, funk/soul, jazz, rock-n-roll.
"You had me at, 'lasagna.' "
"I didn't say 'lasagna.' "
"Well...I was thinking it."
I read a story that involved a lizard band that played music which the first-person narrator/protagonist never satisfactorily described. Based on what he did manage to say about it, I imagine I would like "lizard music," as well.
...multiplication tables and long division.
...the rationale for exceptions to the Hearsay Doctrine.
...the effect of criminal-procedure-themed entertainment on the general perception of criminal justice.