1) You’ve used a thesaurus because you felt your wording was too simple.
2) You quote specific cases to counteract general arguments without any regard for confounding factors.
3) You feel that you strongly disagree with some schools of philosophy or socioeconomic doctrine, of which you have read no more than an introductory paragraph on wikipedia.
4) When confused in a debate or conversation, you respond with “that’s all subjective though”
5) You like Ayn Rand.
David Foster Wallace was like, Art must be sincere! We must use every tool in the linguistic toolbox to cut through sentiment and dishonest cliche and build fresh ways to reveal the power and reality of unironized emotion.
And Mister Rogers was like, Basically the same thing, but without any shame or pretense or fear of sincerity.