*(It's the same reason you really need to stop saying, "If I was you.")
So, I had to think of a topic off-hand, and this is what you're getting. If you don't like it, too damn bad.
1. When I was very small, My Sister the Lawyer once locked my imaginary friend in the house when the family was going on a trip. I made my parents turn around to get her.
2. My imaginary friend's name was Ulie. Which is actually the name of one of William Tell's cohorts back in the fifteenth century. This probably goes beyond simple precocity.
3. The word "precocity" is in my lexicon.
4. I can't help but point out when people use words incorrectly or in the wrong context. This prompts them to call me a Grammar Nazi. Thus I am forced to elucidate them on the difference between grammar and syntax.
5. It would probably be more accurate, to call me not a Grammar Nazi, but enlightened or perhaps perspicacious. Of course, "brilliant" would work in a pinch.
(True: Bonus! I identify deeply with Amelia Peabody.)