For example, I say, "I like X," and someone else hears, "Y sucks."
I say, "X describes Y," and someone else hears, "Therefore no other entities can contain any X whatsoever."
Note: precondition followed by assumption, without platform of fact upon which to base assumption. So annoying, so defensive.
I loved math in school, but if I had to narrow it down, I think that my favorite math class ever was the hard-to-describe course I took my sophomore year in high school. It was Algebra II, but it was an advanced course and we learned other stuff in there as well, including quite a bit of logic and whatever else the instructor was interested in teaching. I loved Geometry, and Trig, and I must have loved Calculus because I took a few years of it, in high school and in college. But Algebra II was one of the most valuable courses I ever took at any level of my education, because it taught me new analytical ways of thinking.
It's all a playful interest on my part, however. I like to exercise my brain with logic puzzles, but I have no desire to live and work in a completely logical world.