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    I have 3 kidneys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Crow View Post
    Lol. Ok yeah that sounds weirder than it actually is. The nail is on the correct side, its just the knuckles and ligaments, i guess. When i curl my toes under, that one curls up.
    That is the most amazing thing I've ever heard!!!!

    Um ... I don't really have a special talent. I'm great at most things, but fantastic at nothing. Except singing. I am truly, terrifyingly awful at singing.

    On second thoughts .. I am naturally good at making up recipes (that actually taste good) ... Maybe that's my thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plexus Solaire View Post
    This made me laugh, because DH is the same, but with cardboard or paper! Totally freaks him out if I scratch my nails down a cardboard box or piece of ordinary paper. Also, he can't stand wet wood- he can't touch the wooden spoon if it's wet, it makes him gag. Strange!
    Your DH's wet wooden spoon aversion is me with a paddle pop stick, I cannot scrape my teeth or lick (I feel the heebie-jeebies as I am typing this, lol) a wooden paddle pop stick or wooden skewer in my mouth against my teeth, eeeek!!

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    I can do the eyebrow raising thing, nostril flarig and tongue curling stuff. I also have a thing were my tongue is called a map coz it gets these weird patterns on it an its not smooth like norm. I'm also double jointed in my elbows and can twist them so they face the wrong way. My second toe on both feet is about a cm longer then my big toe, my uterus is also shaped like a heart. And one of my nipples is shaped like a T lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinSparkles View Post
    Oh I also have hypermobile joints. Attachment 33975
    Is that not normal? I can do that.

    I can roll my tummy and I can comfortably put my legs behind my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulbasaur View Post
    I can do the eyebrow raising thing, nostril flarig and tongue curling stuff. I also have a thing were my tongue is called a map coz it gets these weird patterns on it an its not smooth like norm. I'm also double jointed in my elbows and can twist them so they face the wrong way. My second toe on both feet is about a cm longer then my big toe, my uterus is also shaped like a heart. And one of my nipples is shaped like a T lmao
    I can do the eyebrow thing and twist my elbows too lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    I am very accurate guessing what time it is
    This reminds me... I'm good at knowing when my car has reached the speed limit. I often play a little game where I set the cruise control without looking at the speedo then check it, and it's almost always right on the line.

    But for all I know everyone can do this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by redlipsandpearls View Post
    Is that not normal? I can do that.

    I can roll my tummy and I can comfortably put my legs behind my head.
    It's not "normal" but not uncommon, I can do the same with my toes and bend my knees slightly inwards like an ostrich!

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    I can poach eggs (ok, ok, ill give you the secret...about a tbsp of vinegar in the water)
    I can do the splits, carwheels, handstands, flying fowards rolls and handsprings...even after having 2 kids and being a bit overweight.
    I can eat chips out of my cleavage

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    I also have an impeccable memory. I am constantly shaking hands with people and introducing myself...when really I know that I met them at a party in September 2005, they were wearing a green hat and had just come back from Argentina etc. It's a bit embarrassing really so I usually just smile and pretend I don't remember, because they don't remember meeting me!

    Also I am so sick of hearing stories over and over...especially frustrating when I am with other people who I know have heard the story before but are listening intently like it's the first time.

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