Quirks & Quarks

Here are the rules: 1. link the person who tagged you, NoR. 2. mention the rules in your blog… 3. tell about 6 unspectacular quirks of yours 4. tag 6 following bloggers by linking them. leave a comment on each of the tagged blogger’s blogs letting them know they’ve been tagged

(I don’t think I’m going to tag anyone else, but here are a handful of my unspectacular quirks; btw NoR, #4 on your list isn’t something I’d call unspectacular.)

1. I listen to CBC Ottawa pretty much every morning (as I’m doing now); despite the fact that I don’t live in Ottawa. I don’t even live in Canada.
2. I’ve been telecommuting (not just once or twice a week; exclusively) for the past seven years.
3. There are two degrees of separation between me and Bruce Campbell.
4. I carry a cotton hanky wherever I go so that I don’t have to use paper tissues.
5. I can’t walk past a sink full of dirty dishes without rolling my sleeves up and washing them. My brother and sister are aware of this and use it to their advantage when I visit them.
6. I like taking naps in my car, sometimes.

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2 Responses

  1. #5 is pretty damn good! do they have to be hand-washed or is putting them in the dishwasher count?As for my #4, yeah, well. It’s not like it’s an OBSESSION. I just think it’s a good way to irritate without being too mean, and sometimes you gotta get out aggressions somehow!

  2. Usually I don’t bother with the dishwasher (unless there’s a huge stack).Maybe I read your #4 wrong; “mean” wasn’t my immediate impression at all. Though I guess I can see how that could potentially be a wee bit irritating!

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