Bo Dalton

Seven Weird Things We All Do but Never Talk About

 In case you don’t realize how similar we all are, we’ve got a list here of seven weird things that EVERYONE does.  Basically, it’s stuff you probably do all the time.  You just never talk about it.

#1.)  You Keep Singing Along to a Song After You Leave the Room.  Then when you come back, you see if you’re still in sync with it. 

 #2.)  When You’re Writing the Word “Wednesday,” You Sound It Out in Your Head as “Wed-Nes-Day.”  And you probably do the same thing with the word “beautiful.”  You sound it out as B-E-A-U-tiful. 

 #3.)  You Write the Wrong Date on a Check So You Look More Responsible.  Like when you’re supposed to mail a check by the first of the month, but you don’t get around to sending it until the third.

 #4.)  You’re Cooking Something Like Macaroni & Cheese, and You Throw Away the Package Too Soon.  So you have to dig it out of the trash to look at the directions again.

 #5.)  Your Cell Phone Is Covered in Smudges.  So you wipe the screen with your thumb until all the smudge marks are going in the same direction.

 

 #6.)  You Make a Mistake While You’re Entering Your Password on a Website.  But instead of using the backspace key, you delete the whole thing and start over.

 #7.)  You Hate the Sound of Your Microwave Beeping.  So you always stop it when there’s one second left.   

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