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am i a freak?
sorry, but yes you are a freak.
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ride4Jesus
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so no one has the wet hand thing?
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EisleyForever
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ride4Jesus wrote:
so no one has the wet hand thing?

When I'm walking, I have to have an even amount of steps, and it has to go from left foot to right foot. If it gets thrown off balance, I have to step on the other foot for a longer period of time before I can keep walking. If the surface of the ground changes (i.e., carpet becomes concrete), I need to end the carpet cycle on my right foot and begin the concrete cycle on my left.


It's sort of the same.

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ride4Jesus wrote:
recently it's been called to my attention that i am somewhat of a freak. it all started like a week ago when i was cooking and i got one of my hands wet. then i said out loud that now i needed to get my other hand wet and i walked over to the sink and put my other hand under. my mom looked at me like i was crazy... so i am just wondering if anyone else does some of these things.

-if you get one hand wet, do you feel that you need to get the other one wet?
-lining up books on your desk so that they are parallel?
-books in your bookshelf have to go in order by height?
-cds cases by color?
-nail biting?
-consciously chewing evenly on both sides of the mouth?
-other strange behaviours?



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DRMS_7888
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I never step on cracks when I'm consciously thinking about it (all the time at uni).

I'll walk in a slightly crooked pattern, and vary the length of my stride to accomodate this problem.

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ride4Jesus
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DRMS_7888 wrote:
I never step on cracks when I'm consciously thinking about it (all the time at uni).

I'll walk in a slightly crooked pattern, and vary the length of my stride to accomodate this problem.

i dont step on cracks either. and teddy i do the same thing too.

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Or, if I'm driving, I'll normally wait till the song is over till I turn off my car.

There's nothing quite like screaming "Hallelujah" in your car with crooner Jeff Buckley in a garage quickly filling with CO2 (haha, just kidding, I turn it off except for the accessories).

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DRMS_7888 wrote:
Or, if I'm driving, I'll normally wait till the song is over till I turn off my car.

There's nothing quite like screaming "Hallelujah" in your car with crooner Jeff Buckley in a garage quickly filling with CO2 (haha, just kidding, I turn it off except for the accessories).


Haha, I used to do that when I was delivering pizzas. People probably wondered why the pizza girl was in their driveway for so long.

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Saellys wrote:
DRMS_7888 wrote:
Or, if I'm driving, I'll normally wait till the song is over till I turn off my car.

There's nothing quite like screaming "Hallelujah" in your car with crooner Jeff Buckley in a garage quickly filling with CO2 (haha, just kidding, I turn it off except for the accessories).


Haha, I used to do that when I was delivering pizzas. People probably wondered why the pizza girl was in their driveway for so long.

(Ahem) The correct term is Pizza Officer.

Pizza Girl is just a little sexist.

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EisleyForever wrote:
Saellys wrote:
DRMS_7888 wrote:
Or, if I'm driving, I'll normally wait till the song is over till I turn off my car.

There's nothing quite like screaming "Hallelujah" in your car with crooner Jeff Buckley in a garage quickly filling with CO2 (haha, just kidding, I turn it off except for the accessories).


Haha, I used to do that when I was delivering pizzas. People probably wondered why the pizza girl was in their driveway for so long.

(Ahem) The correct term is Pizza Officer.

Pizza Girl is just a little sexist.


Laughing One afternoon this mom answered the door and her young son came up behind her and said "Hi, pizza man!" before he saw I wasn't. I think he had been planning to say that and was really excited about it. I felt so sorry to have disappointed him.

But seriously, my Domino's had soooo many harassment issues. Nobody really cares.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is on a spectrum and everyone has it to some extent. If obsessive neatness etc. is interfering with you life and day-to-day happiness, then something should be done about it. If not... continue as you see fit! Smile
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i'm not happy unless my belongings are in neat little piles of chaos.
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The only things that are orginized in my room are my novels/poetry books (alphabetically by author), music books (by title), magazines (by title), and art books (by title).

As far as the wet thing, I freak out when one of my socks gets wet.

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Pantheon4 wrote:
As far as the wet thing, I freak out when one of my socks gets wet.


I have to change socks or just stop wearing them. I can't stand even a wet spot. ha

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I compulsively click the mouse when I am reading something online. And if Im on my lap top, I have to scratch the side of the computer.
I also have a nose twitch, and I HAVE to be on the same step with someone in front or beside me. Its crucial.
I also can't stand not hearing a sound when I think I should. Like when I think someone is supposed to double click a link on a site, and they single click but it still works so they don't do it again. it killlllllls me.

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ride4Jesus
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i do some of things like that...i click my pen when i am listening to someone speak, i mouth what someone is saying if i already know what they are going to say, and i MUST have a fan going when i sleep. also when i start writing in a notebook, that entire book must be written in the exact same pen. ive gone entire courses using the same pen too.
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