Monday, January 15, 2007

6 Weird Things About Me

Thanks Holly! But, look, you've got me posting again, no longer a lurker!!

The Rules: Each player of this game starts with the six (6) weird things about you. People who get tagged need to write a blog post of their own six (6) weird things as well as state this rule clearly. In the end, you need to choose six (6) people to be tagged and list their names.

(In trying to come up with six, I've realized I'm quite boring.)

1. I can not have my food touch, unless they are of like consistency or belong together. Such as, turkey and dressing can touch, but dressing and sweet potatoes can not. I hate my bread, roll, etc to touch anything soggy. And any veggie juice, green beans, corn, must not mix with any other food. (Which is why I LOVE trays so much. I would eat every meal on a lunchroom (prison) tray if I could.)

2. I'm addicting to eating ice.

3. I put my headphones on at work even though I never listen to music there.

4. I like the toilet paper roll to roll out from the top (understand?) And if I'm at some one's house and it's upside down, I'll take it out and flip it.

5. (My husbands #1 pet peeve) I make this crazy sound to scratch my throat. Kind of sounds like I'm hacking up a hair ball.

6. I ALWAYS take a pen with me to talk to upper management, gives me something to fiddle with.

I tag...
Sandy, Chas, Courtney, Karen, Girl From Florida, Emma


  1. Ha! Great list! I am the EXACT SAME about my food touching. Thanksgiving food is the perfect example, too. I almost need two plates at Thanksgiving b/c of all of the different foods and their consistencies!

    I'll need a while to think about my list and I'll post it tomorrow...hmmmmm, maybe that will be one of my weird things...that I'm so OCD that I actually need to set aside time to think of my weird habits for a blog entry!!

  2. Ooh, yay, I am glad you did your weirdnesses! I am the same about the toilet paper roll. I had my husband help me with my weird habits list...he came up with SEVERAL!

  3. My favorite part of being in the hospital when my son was born was that my room was right next to the ice machine! I pretty much sat there and chomped on ice the entire 48 hours I was in the hospital!

    And it was the really good ice to chew on - not the cubes that don't break apart or are too big, but the little ice chunks that are perfect to chew on!

    I could go on and on. It was wonderful! :)