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    ~*taaa raaa raaa boom*~ targobelle's Avatar
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    Finally Toonia helped me think of one....

    When I make something I like for dinner I always make sure I have left overs and I put them in the fridge telling my husband NOT to eat it b/c it's mine.... and then I don't eat it and it spoils and I have to throw it out.


    I don't like shoes and socks so I tend to wear sandles or flip flops when it's cold or raining outside, but then I complain about my feet being cold....
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    I once voiced assumptions based on my misunderstandings of female anatomy and physiology in the presence of a former childbirth educator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I once voiced assumptions based on my misunderstandings of female anatomy and physiology in the presence of a former childbirth educator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    I don't like to eat leftovers, but i also feel guilty throwing them away, so i just leave them in the fridge until they are spoilt, and then I chuck'em guilt free.
    I do that too. Those disposable storage dishes are really wonderful for that.
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    Haha. I relate to all the air conditioning and heating posts, including driving with the windows down and the heater on when it's cold, so I get that perfect balance of temeperature, and then turning the AC down at home and wrapping up in a blanket. How odd :P. Also, this past summer, I've been nocturnal quite a lot. Oi. Be nice if society was nocturnal with me. Would have been more fun.

    Edit: I'll also listen to the same song or song /clip/ for up to 40 minutes at a time. It's strange. I like preserving the atmosphere, or milking it for what it's worth, or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I once voiced assumptions based on my misunderstandings of female anatomy and physiology in the presence of a former childbirth educator.
    lol -- +1!

    For the record, I also do the "leftover" thing far too many times to want to remember.
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    Upon having a conversation in regards to stereo volume with my husband and learning that he likes to listen to the volumes that correspond to even numbers I always leave the stereo promptly set at and odd number.... and find that I now listen to only odd numbered volume settings. Thus whenever he gets in the car after I have driven it he shall find it set at about 15.... my reasoning is that it's half of 30.... lol.....
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    I continue to insist on having a floppy drive on every computer I purchase, because someone might have a file on one they need to access, and I want to be ready.

    I occasionally start to walk somewhere to get or do something, forget what I was looking for, head back, and then remember what it was, and have to start back the other way again.

    I spend countless hours on message boards and in chat rooms.

    If I'm in a really literal and sarcastic mood, I'll look up every word I use in the dictionary before using it, just to be precise, and perhaps trace the Latin/Germanic roots of the word for future reference.

    I'm 19 years old and still play video games occasionally.

    I'm willing to spend $50 on a decent keyboard that has a design similar to the old IBM keyboards, partially for nostalgia, and partially because they make for a better typing experience.

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