What does the font say?

Hi. My name is Jay. I'm a typophile

It started a few years ago. At first it was just innocent. Browsing the web, looking for something to fit a new project. Then I stumbled across some free collections that were just beautiful. And I downloaded them. It was a lot. But that was hardly enough. I needed more. So I started buying font packs. I bought books on the history of type. I bought other books just because they had cool lettering. I now have over 5,000 fonts (at last count) on my PC, which is about 4,900 more than any normal person needs. 

So yeah. It's a problem.

And I'll justify it all because every typeface has its own personality: I love that. Sometimes a tiny variation is all I need to get the right feel for something I'm working on. I don't make excuses for my obsession, which is why my collection keeps on growing. 

I know this isn't normal. Most people don't care. Some people pick a font because it's familiar and many work with a very limited collection - which is why I see Arial on every damn thing in existance. But the best thing about typography is that it gives your words life. 

Here, let me show you...

whatdoesthefontsay

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