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post #1 of 71 (permalink) Old 02-24-2006, 07:01 PM Thread Starter
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Bad...disgusting...unusual....

HABITS.


Working in a behavioral hospital (insane asylum) I've seen some pretty sick shit......

"I popped my hamster."
"I hit my mom."
"I take 30 pills of dram (for motion sickness) to get high."
"I bite my brother and sister."


'Fess up..... you guys got any weird habits?
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HABITS.


Working in a behavioral hospital (insane asylum) I've seen some pretty sick shit......

"I popped my hamster."
"I hit my mom."
"I take 30 pills of dram (for motion sickness) to get high."
"I bite my brother and sister."


'Fess up..... you guys got any weird habits?
Nice try, but you are gonna have to "show me yours before I show you mine!"

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I will not watch TV if I can not find the remote.

I add salt to vegetables before even tasting them (paid for that once)

I sleep with a fan running, regardless how cold it is , I think it soothes me.

That is it for now, I know I'm a freak, maybe I will come up with more later.

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Does necrophagia count?

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Does necrophagia count?
lol No, that is perfectly normal...........isn't it?

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this reminds me of the episode of sex and the city where they talk about the "secret single behavior" or "ssb"-- you know, the stuff you do but as soon as you're married you have to give it up?!

Anyway, I do the same thing Charlotte said she did-- I stare at my pores for about 30 minutes in the mirror about 2-3 times a week. I don't know, it's like I get in there to wash my face and then I stick around because I notice all kinds of stuff!

but really, if you're keeping track, my dog does more weird stuff than I do. Like she won't eat dinner unless I am home. Then, she takes 5 kibbles (never 4 or 6, always 5!) at a time and runs them across the house to eat them. And then it's back and forth until she finishes the entire bowl.
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post #10 of 71 (permalink) Old 02-25-2006, 12:27 AM
 
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Not a habbit, just something weird. I talk in my sleep...... with my eyes open.
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post #11 of 71 (permalink) Old 02-25-2006, 01:48 AM Thread Starter
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Nice try, but you are gonna have to "show me yours before I show you mine!"

I swallow my gum.
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I swallow my gum.
OMG....that is so f'ng boring!!!


No...If you really must know, late at night when I am at my desk, I search through the members list for Nolan's avatar and lean back just far enough in my chair so I can squish his little clown head between my thumb and index-finger... j/k I am just playin' around Nolan. I am actually starting to enjoy our conversations.

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post #13 of 71 (permalink) Old 02-25-2006, 08:42 AM Thread Starter
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[QUOTE=Phily-D]OMG....that is so f'ng boring!!! QUOTE]

Ok fine...
I'm a picker. I do not mind, and actually get satisfaction from picking other peoples noses, eye boogies, dry skin, scabs....so if you have a hanger around me, you will find my finger in your nose.

ESP when someone had a sunburn and their back is peeling.
Hows that for sick ?

Better than popping hammies
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thats grody

I don't leave the house without showering. Not even to run to the ATM. I'll shower two or three times a day in the summer. Never wear jeans twice without washing them

I'm not afraid of germs and I don't wash my hands 10 times a day or anyting. Some girl told me I smelled back in 6th grade. I think thats what did it

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It's amazing how common some of these things are.

I fell compelled to pick scabs, just my own though.

My gf loves peeling sunburnt skin.

A good freind of mine had the same fan/sleep complex as Chief
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thats grody

I don't leave the house without showering. Not even to run to the ATM. I'll shower two or three times a day in the summer. Never wear jeans twice without washing them

I'm not afraid of germs and I don't wash my hands 10 times a day or anyting. Some girl told me I smelled back in 6th grade. I think thats what did it

I'm kind of OCD about a few things too. When I go to sleep at night I set my alarm clock, and then have to check it like 3 times before I can go to sleep.
I can't drink chocolate milk straight. I have to mix it with skim, and add and ice cube or two.
I only put $10 of gas in my truck at a time unless I'm going on a road trip.
I'm sure there is more, but I don't notice it cause it's "normal" behavor to me.

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HABITS.


Working in a behavioral hospital (insane asylum) I've seen some pretty sick shit......

"I popped my hamster."
"I hit my mom."
"I take 30 pills of dram (for motion sickness) to get high."
"I bite my brother and sister."


'Fess up..... you guys got any weird habits?
Which hospital do you work at? I work at Elgin Mental Health Center. Seen pretty sick stuff over there too.

I also need to have the fan on or else I can't sleep.

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HABITS.


Working in a behavioral hospital (insane asylum) I've seen some pretty sick shit......

"I popped my hamster."
"I hit my mom."
"I take 30 pills of dram (for motion sickness) to get high."
"I bite my brother and sister."


'Fess up..... you guys got any weird habits?
wow, I missed the line that said where you work. I thought those were things you did. yikes

Eric
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I am freakishly left foot dominant. You will never see me put my right foot down first at a stop light. This is somewhat of a pain in the ass because if I put the bike in neutral, I will have to switch feet, and switch back to get going. I will do this for all 40 + congested Chicago streets I ride down .

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"Ride it like you have 30 monthly remaining payments" should keep most people out of trouble.
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I have a bad habit of going through people's refrigerator. Even when I am not hungry or thirsty, I will go through people's entire fridge including the freezer.

I can't sleep unless all the lights in the house are off. I like it as dark as possible.

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I have a bad habit of going through people's refrigerator. Even when I am not hungry or thirsty, I will go through people's entire fridge including the freezer.

I can't sleep unless all the lights in the house are off. I like it as dark as possible.

My brother in law does that and I hate it. The difference is he is always hungry, and will eat everything

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I thought I was the onlyone who couldn't watch TV with haveing the remote. Good I am not alone.
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I thought I was the onlyone who couldn't watch TV with haveing the remote. Good I am not alone.
Yeah, I got it bad. I will spend 15 minutes searching the house for the remote, even though I know it would only take 20 seconds to use the buttons on the TV to change the channel.

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When I shower in the mornings.. I like to have it pitch black.
I tuck a towel under the door so absolutely no light gets through....

Then it has to be a hot shower, I soap up, shampoo, and even brush my teeth!
Anything to prolong the shower experience... heck I even dry off in there.

I think I do this because it replicates sleep... like I never woke up.

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I do the fan sleep thing too, and leave the bedroom window open in the winter time.

Usually shower twice a day, just cause it feels good, and I have an addiction to motorcycle forums.
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I don't like the feeling of shaving... so instead, all the hairs that need to be removed get plucked out with tweezers. Yes, all of them...

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I thought I was the onlyone who couldn't watch TV with haveing the remote. Good I am not alone.
You mean it's POSSIBLE to watch TV without the remote??????

Does crossdressing count as strange? I sometimes like to wear HD leathers while riding a Suzuki!

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I don't like the feeling of shaving... so instead, all the hairs that need to be removed get plucked out with tweezers. Yes, all of them...

Now THATS crazy.



That makes you eligible for child birth.
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I have this godawful habit of clenching my teeth together as ahrd as possible. I don't know when it started, but I have been doing it lately. It's driving me nuts. I can't sleep at night, and I am also waking up with sore jaw muscles and headaches.

I wonder if there's something i can buy to put between my teeth to keep from doing it. I'm sure it's bad for my teeth.
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I wonder if there's something i can buy to put between my teeth to keep from doing it. I'm sure it's bad for my teeth.

Ok... I'll go easy on you.

Yes see your dentist about a NTI mouth guard.
I have one and it the best thing for it...

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