When I first read it, I thought it was brill, and I used it to justify all the things I hated, like:
#9 (People) making you feel bad about not going outside. (I hate nature, remember? Gimme a barstool and a martini.)
#10 Wes Anderson movies (I'll take a Coen Brothers movie over a Wes Anderson movie anyday.)
#35 The Daily Show/The Colbert Report. I have never been able to sit through a full episode of either show. I don't hate them, but do think Stephen Colbert is kind of an ass.
#41 Indie Music (I don't get off on using college radio bands that no one has ever heard to feel superior to others. Maybe I'm too old, and if I am, GOOD. Plus, I like Hip Hop, so sue me.)
#45 Asian Fusion food (Just because I am Asian Fusion, I doesn't mean I want to eat it.)
#49 Vintage (I don't hate it all, but Art Deco? 50's memorabilia? Kuntry Kitchin stuff? Bakelite jewelry [vintage couture excepted]? No, thanks.)
#85 The Wire. I guarantee you this is a show I will never watch.
#87 Outdoor performance clothes. (See #9)
#89 St. Patrick's Day. I'm not Irish. Oh yeah, and just try and pinch me.
But my feelings of vindication didn't last but 5 seconds, when I realized that I liked pretty much everything else on the list, especially:
Why did my half-whiteness have to go and eff up those few precious seconds of smugness and superiority? It's tough to be multicultural sometimes.