A new to me bloggy pal Vixen has tagged me to do 6 Unspectacular Quirks, and while I did recently do one of these when MamaFlo tagged me, I'm quirky enough to be able to do it again.
6 (More) Unspectacular Quirks of Mine
- I love drinking lattes. With a straw. Else they just aren't quite right. Applies both at home and out and about. No, they don't melt.
- I haven't used my dryer in over 3 weeks. I kind of alluded to this fact in my other 6 Quirks post, but now it's been even longer. I mainly just wanted to see if I could do it like I did for 3 years in Japan, and yes, I still can. It's more work, but there is something self-sufficient feeling about it that I can't explain that goes beyond saving electricity. Nah, I don't really get it, either, and it's kind of a hassle, too.
- I like walking, but I went a little nutty this weekend walking about 3 miles on Saturday and getting kind of lost for 4.5 miles on Sunday. I came home and was absolutely ravenous, so I ate enough to balance out any benefit, but I giggled because while sometimes walking that many miles just feels good, other times walking to the copier will about put me down.
- I don't really like pop (soda to some of y'all) very much, never have. I will order it with McDonald's or pizza or something, but I just have a few sips, usually no more than half. Tom has a love/hate relationship with this quirk, depending on whether I get a drink he likes (like Mt. Dew) or something he hates (like Dr. Pepper).
- Singing and crying along with touching songs (usually country), usually while driving, is something I do fairly regularly. To me, crying is part of the human experience, so it makes me feel alive and can be a good thing. My idea of what's touching can be a little different, though, considering I once cried watching the Simpsons. I can be such a girl.
- My memory is pretty iffy. Some stuff I will totally remember forever and ever and ever, but I can read the same books or watch the same movies over and over again because after a few weeks, all of the details are gone leaving behind just my memory of either giving something the thumbs up or thumbs down. Buying me one DVD is like giving someone else a whole library of movies.
- Link the person who tagged you
- Mention the rules on your blog
- Tell about 6 unspectacular quirks of yours
- Tag 6 fellow bloggers by linking them
- Leave a comment on each of the tagged blogger’s blogs letting them know they’ve been tagged