Sticks and stones may break my bones but whips and chains excite me, so pick me up and throw me down and show me that you like me~ <3
"Me" is a personal pronoun. It is first person singular, and being in the objective case, it is used as an object of a verb or of a preposition or as a word, such as an appositive, which refers to such an object.
"Me," being an object and thus the receiver of action, can be regarded as a word of selfishness, as in the expression "The Me Generation"--used in reference to the greed and vanity (despite their somewhat selfless efforts to revolutionize culture and elevate consciousness) of those who grew up in the sixties, the BabyBoomers--or in the phrase "Give me." and its vernacular variety "gimmee."
On the other hand, "I," being nominative case and therefore used as a subject, reflects an egoism and self-centeredness rather than an abject selfishness. Those who use the pronoun "I" are often seen as full of conceit. Of course, one definition of "conceit" is "the result of intellectual activity" and the root of "conceit" is the word "concept." But, I digress...
I am Charles B. Lee. I am centered in my self. Concept and theme are my specialties (besides English and grammar). Give me.