Stereotyping People by Their Favorite Author
Kids who don’t fit in (duh).
Umphrey’s McGee fans.
Boys who can’t read.
People who like good music.
Ninth graders who think they’re going to be authors someday but end up in marketing.
People who like bondage.
People who drink old fashioneds.
Men who live in their mother’s basements. Or goth seventh graders.
People who used to get lost in supermarkets when they were kids.
Girls who keep journals (too easy).
Conspiracy theorists (too easy).
Guys who wear skinny jeans and the girls that love them.
Men who own cottages.
Bret Easton Ellis
Foo Fighters’ fans.
Hunter S Thompson
That kid in your philosophy class with the stupid tattoo.
Men who don’t eat cream cheese.
People who have never been dungeons master but still play D&D.
11th graders who peed their pants while watching the movie It.
People who can quote the Comic Book Guy from Simpsons.
Only children with Oedipal complexes.
People who move to Thailand after high school for the drug scene.
Youth group leaders who picked their nose in the 4th grade.
People who bought the first generation Amazon Kindle.
Men who can’t lie but will instead be silent if they know you don’t want to hear the truth.
No one. Even the police say Clancy before they’ll say Baldacci.
Female high-school French teachers who have their master’s degree.
People who own golf head covers.
People who went to art school after “trying it out” at a public university.
People who played Creep by Radiohead while having sex or smoking pot. Longer explanation here.
People who do not like John Cusack movies.
People who took care of their dying grandparents.
People who can’t resist anything. See also, people who claim they’re going to change but never do.
People who would never dream of owning anything that could be classified as a “knick-knack”.
People who can name at least two Miyazaki films.