The Quirks That Bind

Last night I asked on Facebook what some of your quirks were.

Facebook Quirks

You guys. YOU GUYS. I don’t think I have ever laughed this hard. I was literally crying. I read so many of them to Sam this morning and he was shaking his head as tears rolled down my cheeks.

I think the best was how many of us related to these no matter how off they seemed. I mean – the “covers on the floor make a spider bridge” comment had 37 likes. Because YES. We have all thought that at some point (or at least most of us on this thread lol)!

It was the best. And it once again reminded me why I love social media and the connection between us all. Not only do you all give me and others the support and love when it comes to hard things, but we also can share what makes us just a leeeeetle crazy and have people say, “ME TOO!”

And that is just the most awesome feeling. I had to blog on it, so that it’s always here – something to go back and read and remember. It’s too good to forget how someone hates their left foot so much that the right always gets the sock put on first.


Comments

  1. Jenny Summers says:

    I loved that post. I just read it about 15 minutes ago, but it made my day! I don't feel crazy anymore! :p

  2. Anonymous says:

    1) You know the numbers on the one dollar bills on each corner? I used to keep my one dollar bills in numerical order! %)
    2) I love the taste of coffee creamer. Every time I order coffee out at IHOP etc., I drink at least one creamer by itself.
    3) I talk to myself, but then who doesn't?
    4) I can remember the strangest things like what you someone wore 2 Easter's ago but I can't remember what I walked into the kitchen for? Strange haha

  3. 1. I'm afraid of sprouted potatoes. My brother put some on my bed once and in the dark they looked menacing and so now they flip me out. I know it sounds crazy, but I'm not making it up.
    2. I eat my candy bars oddly; for instance, with a Snickers, I eat the chocolate off, then the nougat and then the peanuts and caramel.
    3. I like my baths as hot as possible, with no cold added. When I bathe my kids, I run the water until it feels unbearably cold to me and then add more cold because I am way off.

  4. Wendy Cray Kaufman says:

    My biggest fear as a child was anything by Dr. Suess. I still can't read those freakshow books.

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