“I don’t like it when people ask, ‘Why don’t you use the informal language?'” he says.
“I like it because people say, ‘Because you’re not supposed to use it!’
I think it’s a good sign.
It’s more respectful to be polite.”
For example, when asked what he considers the best part of his job, he responds, “Being an announcer.”
But he admits, “If I don’t have to do it, I don, so I don;t like it.”
The reason he doesn’t use informal language is because he thinks it’s not necessary.
“When I say, I’m a regular, I think, ‘I’m not a professional, and I can’t be a professional,'” he says, laughing.
“You just have to be yourself.”
In fact, he’s a fan of the term “normalcy” to describe his style.
“It’s a really nice word.
It sounds nice, and it says, ‘It’s okay that you’re doing something you love.’
You can do anything you want to do,” he says of his new style.