Here you also seem to have mastered the Silent E's nefarious anti-twin... Invisible E. (Unlike Silent E, which appears without sound and changes how a word is pronounced, the Invisible E's disappearance seems to have no impact on word pronunciation. See also Superfluous E.)
To finish up with one of my quirks, it's apparent that when I'm bored I like to comment on things in weird, quirky ways that add little factual content to the ongoing conversation.
I also only do a single cough, rather than a double like most people. It's distinctive enough that people can find me by it in a crowded room, and when I cough loudly, people think I've sneezed and say "bless you" instead of just going their way... I hate that, because I'm never sure whether I should explain it wasn't really a sneeze, or to say nothing and seem snobby, or say thank you when I really didn't do what they were responding to.
Invisiable E was a typo, though i'm sure i could be guilty on many spelling accounts. Certainly the English spelling has a real tangible E, poss Americano's use it without...but anyway yes...makes little to no difference...except possibly to elongate and soften the end of the word? I don't actually know.
"We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"
I have never broken a bone, but I have had stitches. Actually I don't think any of of my five siblings have broken a bone either, miraculously. We have all fallen off of lots of things though and three out of six have required stitched for injuries.