If a person feels encumbered by political correctness in grammar, you will most likely see him write like this. I mean, you will not see her write, “…you will see him or her write like this.” I happen to be one such person. Expect to find completely random hims or hers (but not both) when I refer to no one in particular. It is not conclusive of anything other than the fact that I find it painful to write “him or her” each time.
I do not discriminate between cultures, genders, races, orientation and any category that could be discriminated against. I take a dig at everyone alike. If you do not find your category jibed at, it probably only means it has more things to be laughed about than those already mentioned. That will take time to list and compile. Please don’t feel left out; just take a number (I suggest 42) and patiently wait your turn.
My friend circle comprises people from myriad cultures, speaking various languages with quirky accents, and of either sexual orientation. If there is anything that I’ve learnt from them, it’s that people essentially come in only two categories: Grouches and Non-grouches. If you happen to be the latter, I have no doubt you will take everything you read just like you take your coffee – with a pinch of salt. If you happen to be the former, you will have to do the same thing that you do when you look for socks in a furniture store – go elsewhere.
If you do not take salt in your coffee, you must simply be weird. I’m appalled, but that doesn’t stop me from welcoming you here all the same :)