Since I declared myself the person who decides what is normal and what is not, Adam had a few questions for me which I will answer now.
Q: Is it normal to pretend to be not nice to totally disguise the fact that you might actually be nice and therefore boring?
A: Pretending to be not nice means you have to not be nice to do it. So really that means you are not nice. My logic is infallible. Do not try to prove me wrong.
Q: Is it normal to have absolutely no aspirations, or career goals, or actually any goals, you just like seeing stuff happen?
A: Yes. Life goals are for pansies.
Q: Is it normal to put the 2 minute noodle flavouring after you've cooked and dished up said noodles?
A: Absolutely. In fact I used this very method while cooking flavored rice last night. While I will say this behavior is "normal", the resulting food does not really "taste good". I enjoy the 'u' in flavour by the way. I think I will start using this and pretend I am from Australia.
Q: Is it normal to say 'waaaghagabaloogerashimshimsallysciparamaandingdongerdooo" as a legitimate response to important life questions?
A: No. This response is only to be used when you are asked the question "What did you think of the movie "Lost in Translation"?" Really try to emphasize the "dongerdooo".
Matthew also had a question he needed answered about what is normal.
Q: Is it normal to not throw away a christmas tree and then decorate it for every subsequent holiday?
A: Um...I'm not sure where you're going with this one, Matthew, but yes it is normal behavior for mature adults. By the way we have our next and final decorating party next Wednesday. Just wait till you see what we have cooked up. It's going to be awesome. And completely normal.