I love fonts. I really do. My favorite is Georgia. I always make it my default font for any blogging that I am doing. I’m sure why, but I love it. It’s like a chiller Times New Roman, which I also really like, but it’s a little too serious for me. Actually, I love, most serif fonts. They just speak to me. Non-serif fonts are fine or whatever, but if they were real people they would be super into norm-core, Titus Andronicus, and discussing politics from a white perspective. Also, Comic-Sans is hell. It is the family guy loving, fedora wearing Meninist of fonts.
I love fonts, but not like my friend likes fonts, In fact, she loves fonts so much that for her Bat Mitzvah, her theme was fonts. She stuck the people she didn’t like but had to invite at the comic-sans table because no one in their right mind likes comic-sans.
Anyway, due to my devotion to the love of fonts and the obvious effects it has on the people surrounding me I would like to research on the effects typography has on humans. Why is it exactly that I live for the Georgia font? Why does Comic-Sans exist if everyone hates it? How were these things decided? All of that and more can be found on the research paper I plan on writing. Coming soon to a dropbox near you.