We all have them whether we realize it or not.
The other night I was trying to get comfortable in bed and was adjusting my sheet and blankets…. Just right. Then I moved…. And had to adjust them all over again. That’s what got me thinking about weird habits.
When I go to bed my sheet and blanket HAS to be tucked in at the foot of the bed. It’s OK if the comforter is not tucked in nice and tight but the sheet and blankets must be tucked in. My husband hates for his sheet to be tucked in because he likes to stick his feet out. So usually my half is tucked in, his is not.
I also must have my covers up over my shoulder before I can go to sleep. Don’t ask why. Maybe it makes me feel more secure or something. Who knows!
Weird Habits That I Have
Ketchup With Pizza–as a child my grandmother always had those rectangular frozen “school pizzas” in her freezer. Whenever I ate one I always dipped it in ketchup. Even today if I eat a frozen pizza I will probably have ketchup with it.
Alarms on odd numbers–I never set my morning alarm for an even time like 6:00. I always set it at an odd time like 6:01 or 6:03.
When I go to the grocery store I will place my items on the counter in the order that I want them bagged. Frozen items together, canned foods together, etc. It drives me nuts when the cashier just puts things in random bags!!!
Weird Habits Across The Internet
Who else does this?
Your food can not touch.
Growing up, my brother would not allow the food on his plate to touch. And no way could you take a bite of peas and corn together! No way!
This writer claims to count the stairs as they climb them, even if they have climbed those same stairs 100s of times.
I’m guilty of this one too. How about you?
Here’s 17 Weird Habits that the author claims we all have but won’t admit to.
Why We Do The Things We Do
Sometimes our weird habits develop because of our routine. I’ve always heard if you do something for 21 days it becomes a habit.
Other times it may be because that’s how we were raised or were taught as a child. Or maybe weird habits develop as the result of something major or traumatic that happened to us.