Because of my mannerisms, or perhaps their arrogance, or perhaps both, I encountered several people who made an assumption about how I voted. While they were correct, the overwhelming arrogance of these individuals thinking they can read my mind because they happen to see me for a few hours out of my day really made me feel uncooperative. Paraphrasing:
Busybody: "So you voted?"
Me: "Of course!"
Busybody: "Yay, another vote for X!"
Me: "Uh, how do you know I voted for X?"
I think at least one person believes I voted for Y now just on the basis of conversations like that. I don't care, because who I voted for is none of their dingdangity business anyway.
And if I'm rude for correcting them on their arrogance, or letting them think something incorrect, EHell will surely tell me so, but I think it all falls within voter privacy and will hopefully teach them a lesson about interesting assumptions.