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Things people claim to enjoy just to show they’re with the “in crowd” but otherwise wouldn’t go near

Things people claim to enjoy just to show they’re with the “in crowd” but otherwise wouldn’t go near

Things people claim to enjoy just to show they’re with the “in crowd” but otherwise wouldn’t go near

  • Kale, which is tasteless unless you somehow cook it or pour sauce on it, in which case it’s completely inedible.
  • King Tiger, which is a revolting, low-class expose on the underbelly of society.
  • Harley Davidson bikes, which are the stegosauruses of vehicles (and the “trikes” are just preposterous).
  • Kanye West, who’s simply an out-of-control big mouth.
  • Baseball caps worn backwards, especially while shielding your eyes from the sun with your hand.
  • Starbuck’s coffee, which is bitter and given to affectations like soy milk and all the rest of that boloney. Barista this.
  • Ear buds, which make you appear as if your ears are smoking cigarettes.
  • All the fitness equipment, outfits, and home regimens which are pursued for a week, boring in the second week, and abandoned in the third.
  • Sniffing a wine cork which tells you precisely nothing.
  • Putting a spoiler on anything but a true sports machine, since they only have a real effect above 100 MPH.
  • Bars where you can’t move without pushing people out of the way, can’t get a drink without shouting, and can’t be heard when you shout because the music is so loud.
  • Tee-shirts with slogans.
  • Bumper stickers with slogans.
  • Tattoos, with or without slogans.
  • Piercings.
  • Reality television in any form in any environment, and believing this is not scripted.
  • So called “comics” who simply string together obscenities as their “act.”
  • Any stage play that runs over three hours.
  • Abstract art.
  • Using completely pointless profanity on social media platforms.
  • James Joyce.
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Alan Weiss is a consultant, speaker, and author of over 60 books. His consulting firm, Summit Consulting Group, Inc., has attracted clients from over 500 leading organizations around the world.

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