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I have to buy at least 2 of everything at the grocery store. I guess I figure if it’s awesome then I have an extra. If it sucks, I can give it away. ~Anonymous
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When I was fourteen I ran naked in the street, just to know what it felt like to run naked. ~Anonymous
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I have my own language inside my head. I have pretty much my own word/phrase for every word or phrase I use in real life English. ~Anonymous
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In the grocery store, when I see products with really unhealthy ingredients, I spin them around to show their ingredients in hopes that a potential consumer might not buy it. ~Anonymous
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I have arguments with myself and I never win. ~Anonymous
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When I’m driving by myself I read billboards in a British accent. I’m not British. ~Anonymous
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I imagine that I am in control of the skies… I move clouds around and sometimes do rain dances during droughts. ~Anonymous
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I sometimes pretend I am a spy and try to follow people undetected. I am 43. It makes my errands more fun. ~Anonymous
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Whenever I sit down, I position myself so that when I look out of my living-room window, there are an equal amount of trees in each of the 3 window panes. ~Anonymous
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I almost always subconsciously “air-type” out what people are saying in movies. ~Anonymous

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