Although it probably isn’t good form to create favoritism, I do indeed have a very favorite person.
Oh come on, that can’t be considered selfish right?
First, I would like to explain by pointing out a few reasons why I am my favorite person.
- I always agree with what I say
- If I want to stop listening to myself, I just stop talking
- I have the best taste in clothes and shoes
- I always like what I make for dinner
- I can forget to wear deodorant and not care if I smell bad
- I can come up with the best ideas for anything
- I don’t feel like cleaning and, I don’t judge myself about how messy it is
- Whenever I want chocolate, I am always willing to give it to me
With all those excellent points I have just listed above, you really can’t go wrong with being your own favorite person, because if you don’t like who you are, then how can you expect others to like you for who you are? So in the end, me, I am my favorite person.
Okay, okay… that was all more in jest, what I am really trying to point out is that it is more difficult to choose who your favorite person is, over say, your favorite color (which mine is blue) or favorite dinner (my grandma’s chow mien). If someone were to say, hey what about your husband? I would say, oh yeah he is my best friend and totally my favorite person, and then they were like, well what about your kids? Oh yeah they are all my favorite too, and they will say, what about your sisters and your cousins and your friends and the rest of your family??? And I would say, oh yeah they are all my favorites too. Sheesh, let’s just make a list of all the least favorite people. That would be shorter.
So, anyway that is the strains from Katie’s brains.
Thanks for reading and stuff like that.