I am a quirky person. There. I’ve said it.
I like things a particular way and I seem to have a particular way of thinking. But don’t we all have this? Don’t we all have our little quirks? It’s what makes us unique. I know of a person who has a particular way of speaking and in that tone of voice, this person makes themselves seem more than they are. It is off putting to a lot of people – me included. But when does a quirk cross into something else? That the quirk is no longer a quirk but a behavioral pattern meant to hurt others? I’m not the best person to answer that question, I can tell you. I suppose this person is making headway, but I’ve crossed into that territory that I don’t care anymore.
Hmmm, what I really should say is that I’m a little too close to the subject and cannot write coherently about this train of thought and perhaps, I should focus of what my quirks.
Yes, let’s do that, shall we?
A quirk is a peculiar behavioral habit; of which, I have many.
- The shower curtain must be closed at all times.
- I only like to drink water that’s come from the pitcher and served in a glass.
- I love to walk around in stocking or bare feet whenever I can. This includes the office. I cannot tell you the number of times I’ve had to stuff my shoes back on when I go to greet someone in the outer lobby.
- I curse like a sailor and I try to be creative about it.
I could go on, but I won’t. It might depress me if I do. *shrugs*
Anyway, I’m sure others have more interesting quirks than I do. What are they?