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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I like to perch. If the couch frame is suitable, I'd rather sit on A than B.
    sounds like commitment issues. you gotta commit to the couch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    sounds like commitment issues. you gotta commit to the couch!
    I'm committing to the couch, just not the cushions.
    I don't wanna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I'm committing to the couch, just not the cushions.
    unless i'm resting my arm on the perch making a thumbs up with my hand, i can't see the allure of sitting on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I have a tendency to pace... a lot. This means that if a door is not closed, I WILL end up using that room as additional pacing grounds.

    Needless to say that this has made some people very upset with me.
    I challenge you to a pace-off.

    I pace a lot as well. People used to think I was upset about something when I did it, till they realized I did it all the time. I most like to pace when I am thinking about something (which is most of my waking time).

    I had a reputation at home, in college, and at work for "just walking around contemplating the mysteries of the universe." At home, and college, (and at work when no on is around) I like to pace in my socks (or barefoot).

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    I can not sleep if there is a ceiling fan on above me. I hate things blowing on me.

    I hate it when other people touch my face.

    I always sleep with my feet hanging out from under the covers...I don't really like my feet covered either.

    Whenever I get out of my car and use the keyless remote to lock the doors I always hit the "lock" button like 5 times...just to be sure.

    I eat my food in sections. Like I usually eat all of something before I move on to the next item (not always, but most of the time). Also, I sometimes use ketchup packets to put a line of ketchup individually on each fry I eat...I've noticed this drives my friends crazy and I really don't know why...

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    If I have even the slightest thought that I forgot something, like forgetting my wallet or not turning off the oven....I'm basically paralyzed in thought until I figure it out. Maybe this is common..

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    I'm a checker, I tend to check things several times. But that's because I'm scattered brained and would probably burn the house down if I didn't. And often remember turning something off then come back 4 hours later and realized I only imagined doing that and hadn't actually done so. what's worse is when I'm front of the stove trying to remember what I'm doing there and it's usually like turning it off and putting the pot in the sink but I'm sure most people do this.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Hex, you also get a more impishly devious tone to your voice when in a good/michievious mood.
    Actually come to think of it Ive also been told I get a certain smirk on...some occasions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by booyalab View Post
    I'm committing to the couch, just not the cushions.
    :yim_rolling_on_the_ Man I couldnt stop laughing when I read that post, the fact that you put a diagrim in to leave out any confusion just cracks me up.
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    Ok so a quirk I suppose was recently pointed out to me LOL.

    On appropriate occasions I will get over excited raise my fist in the air and do a manly arm pump once while shouting "YES!"
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