I already admitted to being weird (see # 40 on the "I Like that I am..." list) and since I have been blogging awhile some have probably become accustomed to that fact but for those with any doubts here is a review of 5 of my weird habits from my 2005 blog. Feel free to add on...
- I am so weird that in the past I have kept scrupulous track of the hours that I have spent houseworking. I also kept track of the accumulated overtime which I unfortunately never did get paid for.
- I once wrote a terrible haiku tribute to my pal, Mango and posted it on my blog.
- I have several phobias, some of which are listed here. Today I had to deal with my dentophobia. I am glad to report I survived but not without constantly bugging the dentist's helper for more suction and battling with the tv remote control which would not work. No matter, the dentist shut John Ritter off anyways.
- I am a compulsive book buyer. The book shelves overfloweth at a faster rate than I can readeth them.
- Did I ever tell you about this huge crush I had on a fellow?
- Instead of appointing others to do this meme, I will ask for volunteers. Anyone?
I will add your name here with a link to your post.
- Yeah, for Mango Lane. Check out her "I am weird, too" list in the comment section!
- I am getting desperate, Raehan, and will accept your one really weird habit! Visitors, see the comment section but prepare yourself.
- Sister Celtic has quite the story. Read a preview of her 50th birthday antics in the comment section.
- Mompoet is weird, too. Alright!
Here are the official rules. (I have changed mine abit but will include the original here)
Rules: “The first player of this game starts with the topic “five weird habits of yourself,” and people who get tagged need to write an entry about their five weird habits as well as state this rule clearly. In the end, you need to choose the next five people to be tagged and link to their web journals. Don’t forget to leave a comment in their blog or journal that says “You are tagged” (assuming they take comments) and tell them to read yours.”