Inspired by @ListPrompts
  1. Common Core
    Only really talk about it when people who actually know nothing about it. If I know a little bit about it, I win by default
  2. Politics
    One time I was going to see my old crush and he was super into politics. So, no joke, I spent a day at work (IT, so I was on the computer anyway) watching Daily Show and Colbert Report episodes from at least 3 weeks back. Just in case he asked a question, I could have my own opinion formed and be confident. He didn't ask anything political, but it wasn't a waste of time
  3. Fashion
    I'm currently wearing flannel and sweatpants so I mean I guess I know nothing about fashion but man can I pretend when people ask me for advice
  4. Education
    I should know more.:. But I don't
  5. Sports
    I know enough to speak about it confidently. Certain sports more than others, but I survive
  6. The Classics
    I have a degree in English so everyone assumes I know the classics. I try to hold a convo
  7. Literature in general
    Like recommending books. You'll get my favorite books and get steered away from ones I didn't love. That's not good advice, but you'll take it because I'm so damn confident
  8. Special Education
    I know enough to help me understand students in a classroom and help them, but not enough to be an expert.
  9. How to make a list of ten things