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    I insist that everyone (me included) takes their shoes off before they come inside the house. Then we all walk in and out of the house (around garden, out to mail box etc) barefoot.

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    I can't buy anything at the supermarket that is at the front of the shelf. I have to buy one that's behind it. This applies to everything - canned food, pasta, whatever, not just fresh food. I don't like the idea that someone might have got all handsy with my food.

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    I can never use an exposed sheet of toilet paper. I have to unroll to fresh paper before I use.

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    Love this thread, trying to think of my quirks, I'll be back

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    I leave my phone in the most random places, last night I was looking for it for about 20 minutes until I was like feck it I will just have a glass of wine while I wait for DH to get home, opened the fridge and there it was on the first shelf

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    Default Things you do that defy logic

    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    I can't buy anything at the supermarket that is at the front of the shelf. I have to buy one that's behind it. This applies to everything - canned food, pasta, whatever, not just fresh food. I don't like the idea that someone might have got all handsy with my food.
    This is me also plus if there is only one of the item im wanting left I can't buy it, I will drive to another supermarket to get the thing I want rather than buy the last one.

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    For me it's my total lack of direction.
    If I go somewhere I have never been before e.g. meeting at work I can get lost finding my way out of the room.
    I have taken kids for a walk in my neighborhood and gotten lost, 4 yo ds had to tell me which way to go even though I had my phone and gps.
    When I go to the shops with dh if I don't concentrate and make a conscious effort I won't remember where the car is parked.

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    I iron my 5-year-old's undies, so they sit nice and neatly in his drawer. I know it's insane, and a waste of time. But my OCD brain says it's necessary.

    Anyone else that weird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michellead View Post
    I leave my phone in the most random places, last night I was looking for it for about 20 minutes until I was like feck it I will just have a glass of wine while I wait for DH to get home, opened the fridge and there it was on the first shelf
    See, wine will always give you the answers 😝

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    I can't buy anything at the supermarket that is at the front of the shelf. I have to buy one that's behind it. This applies to everything - canned food, pasta, whatever, not just fresh food. I don't like the idea that someone might have got all handsy with my food.
    Haha same here!


 

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