Do you ever worry about what your librarian thinks of you? This sounds like a silly question, but it's one that plagues me. I think that you can tell a lot about a person by what they read, watch, and listen to, and that worries me.
My reading list is pretty varied from non-fiction to chick lit, to biographies and craft books. I like variety. There are authors (Anita Shreve, Alexander McCall Smith, and Sophie Kinsella to name a few) whose books I love, and reserve almost the instant it pops up on the online catalog. When I'm busy my picks are limited to magazines and videos and books for the kiddo, and I don't worry about judgement there.
I ask this question, though, because there are a few movies I want to see, but would be embarassed to have someone else know that I'm seeing them. Don't ask what it is, because I won't tell you. Don't assume it's that kind of movie, because I don't watch them, and they don't carry those. I've considered several options- having them sent to a different library in the system, or ponying up the dollar to get them from Redbox. The jury is still out.
Do you worry about what your librarian thinks of you?