||[Nov. 10th, 2012|10:41 pm]
What are your quirks?
I hate when people are moving about and talking when I'm trying to sleep.
I hate the moving about too. It makes me want to throw pillows at them.
I don't like walking into buildings at the same time as other people, unless it has an automatic door.
I can't sit with my back to a curved surface.
ew i hate that, it makes me feel nauseous.
oh i guess mine would be anythng to do with bones curving/poking out/bones against a hard surface makes me squirm :/ even slouching on a chair makes me feel squeamish... ive always been skinny (even more so as a kid) and when people say my bones are poking out it scares me so much and grosses me out (esp. the spine ew ew ew)
Can't stand when people do that thing where they cross their legs and wiggle their foot. I'm blind in one eye and I feel like my good eye focuses on it no matter what and it's such a horrible distraction. I have to try to block it from my view somehow. Same for when people just swing their legs back and forth.
ME TOO! I always put something like my hand or a book or something to block the wiggling annoying fish foot it bothers me so much even though I can see with both eyes but it's so distracting
I can't handle contact lenses. Seeing people touch them, take them out, put them in. Makes me dry heave.
Wet wool. If I touch it, my jaw involuntarily clenches and my teeth start to hurt, like they would when they touch something too cold.
I eat chips with a spoon, I very rarely wear shoes even though I have 100+ pairs, and I always heat up any food that I haven't made myself in the microwave before I eat it because I am terrified of food poisoning.
I rotate my dish towels? I don't know if that's a quirk. Umm....I eat the froth off my lattes with a spoon before I drink them.
i need my hair to be put up before i turn on the gas stove because i have an irrational fear all my hair is going to catch on fire.
If I see or hear or even think about pencil sharpenings, I can feel them in my throat. And yup, I can feel them there now.
It drives me nuts when people mispronounce words because they're too lazy to say them properly. (ie: ax/ask, burfday/birthday, liberry/library, valentimes/Valentine, etc.)