Then boys and girls, one day, in the middle of the pandemic, we were told we had to wear a mask or other face covering just to be allowed in a grocery store. Now no one liked this, but some disliked it more than others.

In all these weeks as I’ve people watched at convenience stores, supermarkets, hardware stores, etc., I started unfairly profiling people based on the mask they chose. Was it the boredom of the shutdown? Could be. Was it the palpable tension between workers and certain customers? Maybe. But whatever led me here, I’ll be the first to say it’s all nonsense and surely unfair of me. I’ll share it anyway.

When I watch people I start to build in my mind a psychological profile of an individual based solely on the mask or face covering they selected. So here they are.

My unfair theory of personality based on mask choice:

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Jeff Deminski. Any opinions expressed are Jeff Deminski's own.