The Silly, Quirky Little Rituals That You Do?

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What, quirky, silly, illogical steps, preferences do you take or like doing in a certain order to complete a task or eat a meal etc. They don't make sense when you think about them but you continue to do them?

I run the shower, and while waiting for the water to heat up will clean my teeth or have a quick shave. The thing is, I always dry my face off first although I'm about to step into the shower and get it wet again. I know that I'm doing it and what a waste of time it is, but I still do it.

Spill the embarrasing. beans. We promise not to tell anyone.

I must go now and ring the bell, something I have to do after completing a post.
  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    I have a drawer full of underwear. On Sunday, I wear the white, and on every other day, I wear colors.
    It makes no difference at all. But there it is.

    When I open doors, I use the other hand to 'guide" the door open. I'm almost certain it's a holdover from my martial arts days, but it's not useful at all.
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    • Profile picture of the author positivenegative
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      I have a drawer full of underwear. On Sunday, I wear the white, and on every other day, I wear colors.
      There's a joke in there somewhere.

      I wonder, perchance, if you fast on Sundays. The colored underwear for the rest of the week needs no explanation - given the gargantuan meals you consume, and hence the constant possibility of a "mishap" before reaching the bathroom.

      That's my guess anyway.
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    • Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      I have a drawer full of underwear. On Sunday, I wear the white, and on every other day, I wear colors.
      It makes no difference at all. But there it is.
      That is another great reason to shop at The Sweeper Store, folks.

      You get served by the owner, you know for sure he got underwear on under his suit.
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      • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
        Originally Posted by Princess Balestra View Post

        That is another great reason to shop at The Sweeper Store, folks.

        You get served by the owner, you know for sure he got underwear on under his suit.
        He never stipulated how long he wears them for. My guess, he wears them just long enough to pass his wifes morning inspection.
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        • Originally Posted by kenmichaels View Post

          He never stipulated how long he wears them for. My guess, he wears them just long enough to pass his wifes morning inspection.
          So what happens next?

          He Fu shuts the door on her, an' his underwear spontaneously combusts?

          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          I wear the white underwear on Sunday, so that if I'm in an accident. the EMTs will think I'm a virgin.
          Gonna add this to my Strategies For Gettin' Laid B List.
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          • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
            I have so many braziers, I have to have two drawers of the dresser for them, and a tote in the spare room closet full of them as well. For some reason, my bra has to match the top I'm wearing whether it's a t-shirt, a blouse, sweater, sweatshirt, tank top, etc.

            I have multiple shades of each color so I can match. Maybe it stems from the very first training bra set I ever got. The bra and matching panties were in three shades of blue triangles. I wore them for the first time in 5th grade with a white t-shirt. All was well until we went out for gym glass and had a water balloon fight. Once my white shirt was wet, ooh boy! I was so embarrassed.

            That's probably why...


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            • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
              Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

              I have so many braziers, I have to have two drawers of the dresser for them, and a tote in the spare room closet full of them as well. For some reason, my bra has to match the top I'm wearing whether it's a t-shirt, a blouse, sweater, sweatshirt, tank top, etc.

              I have multiple shades of each color so I can match. Maybe it stems from the very first training bra set I ever got. The bra and matching panties were in three shades of blue triangles. I wore them for the first time in 5th grade with a white t-shirt. All was well until we went out for gym glass and had a water balloon fight. Once my white shirt was wet, ooh boy!
              Terra

              Go on......
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              • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
                Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                Go on......
                Ha!

                I can't because my cheeks are so hot from embarrassment, they hurt.


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                • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
                  Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

                  Ha!

                  I can't because my cheeks are so hot from embarrassment, they hurt.


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                  • Profile picture of the author Joe Mobley
                    Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

                    There are no words.
                    I was actually hoping for pics.




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                    • Profile picture of the author Joe Mobley
                      I brush my teeth, twice when I'm in the shower. I find I can do a better job of brushing, get to more angles, etc. in the shower.

                      (I don't know how much of a benefit it is though, I find I still have to take another shower in a few days. )

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                      I have not used bar soap in years. To messy to deal with and clean up after.

                      In the shower: shampoo the hair, suds off the 'bod', rinse. Done.

                      Kitchen and bathroom sink: Small bottles of Dawn dish soap. Cheaper, last forever and you can use every drop. I got tired of not being able to get the last of the pump-ipty-pump liquid hand soap out.



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                • Profile picture of the author positivenegative
                  Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

                  Ha!
                  I can't because my cheeks are so hot from embarrassment, they hurt.
                  Which one's?
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                  • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
                    Originally Posted by positivenegative View Post

                    Which one's?
                    Both actually, haha!

                    The cheeks on my face from embarrassment, the others hurt from spasms due to radiculopathy of the sciatic nerve due to L4 slipped over L5 due to a congenital birth defect where the little shelf made when the spine fuses with the top of the pelvic bone didn't form when I was being woven together in my mom's womb.

                    Well, you asked, lol!


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                    • Profile picture of the author positivenegative
                      Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

                      Both actually, haha!

                      The cheeks on my face from embarrassment, the others hurt from spasms due to radiculopathy of the sciatic nerve due to L4 slipped over L5 due to a congenital birth defect where the little shelf made when the spine fuses with the top of the pelvic bone didn't form when I was being woven together in my mom's womb.
                      Hmm. Bit more original than "I've got a headache. Not tonight".
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                    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
                      Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

                      Ha!

                      I can't because my cheeks are so hot from embarrassment, they hurt.


                      Terra
                      Go on.....

                      Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

                      Both actually, haha!

                      The cheeks on my face from embarrassment, the others hurt from spasms due to radiculopathy of the sciatic nerve due to L4 slipped over L5 due to a congenital birth defect where the little shelf made when the spine fuses with the top of the pelvic bone didn't form when I was being woven together in my mom's womb.

                      Terra
                      Go on.......
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                    • Profile picture of the author joseph7384
                      Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

                      Both actually, haha!

                      The cheeks on my face from embarrassment, the others hurt from spasms due to radiculopathy of the sciatic nerve due to L4 slipped over L5 due to a congenital birth defect where the little shelf made when the spine fuses with the top of the pelvic bone didn't form when I was being woven together in my mom's womb.

                      Well, you asked, lol!


                      Terra
                      Maybe the weave was too tight, lol just kidding. I must have missed the part in your deformed thread about your L-4 L-5 issues.

                      If there's any questions you may have just let me know, I've been dealing with L-4 L-5 problems since 1992. I had surgery in 1994 in which they did a laminectomy.

                      Laminectomy is surgery that creates space by removing the lamina -- the back part of the vertebra that covers your spinal canal. Also known as decompression surgery, laminectomy enlarges your spinal canal to relieve pressure on the spinal cord or nerves.
                      I had what's called spinal stenosis which is the narrowing of the spinal canel which caused a disc to herniate. Along with the laminectomy they did a bone fusion where they took a bone graph from my hip and fused it to my spine.

                      Sorry to go on a tagent but I thought that if you needed any info that may help from someone who has experienced L-4 L-5 disc problems.
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            • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
              Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

              I have so many braziers, I have to have two drawers of the dresser for them, and a tote in the spare room closet full of them as well. For some reason, my bra has to match the top I'm wearing whether it's a t-shirt, a blouse, sweater, sweatshirt, tank top, etc.

              I have multiple shades of each color so I can match. Maybe it stems from the very first training bra set I ever got. The bra and matching panties were in three shades of blue triangles. I wore them for the first time in 5th grade with a white t-shirt. All was well until we went out for gym glass and had a water balloon fight. Once my white shirt was wet, ooh boy! I was so embarrassed.

              That's probably why...


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          • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
            Originally Posted by Princess Balestra View Post

            So what happens next?

            He Fu shuts the door on her, an' his underwear spontaneously combusts?



            Gonna add this to my Strategies For Gettin' Laid B List.

            nawww, he uses them to polish his vacuums.
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      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      I have a drawer full of underwear. On Sunday, I wear the white, and on every other day, I wear colors.
      And that's why by the end of the week, you can't get your pants on.
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      • Originally Posted by Frank Donovan View Post

        And that's why by the end of the week, you can't get your pants on.
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        Tellya, if I met a guy wearin' 7 days of pants I would mebbe wanna be sure they were put on in rainbow order.

        Apart from that, I blow on ice cream before I eat it.
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          • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
            Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

            Dennis, it's not the act of checking the locks that I think is quirky. It's how I have to do it that's odd (and I realize it's stupid as I'm doing it).

            I have to walk to the door, think of nothing other than checking the door, make sure the door is locked, usually by turning the handle and pulling the door a minimum of three times. If, when walking to the next door, I find myself thinking of something other than my current task or I can't explicitly remember checking the last door, I have to go back to the last door and check again. On a night where I'm mentally distracted, this can lead to me rechecking each door several times.

            It's a tick and I know why it exists, but that doesn't stop my wife from laughing at me when I have to get out of bed to check the doors after she watched me check them three times already.
            Yes, l check them a few times also!

            But l am sure that we don't suffer from OCD, (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) -For someone with the anxiety disorder known as obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), obsessions or compulsions (acts performed to alleviate the distress or neutralise the thought), or both, are present).More info at - Beyondblue.org.au, or Wikepidia, or Sane.au, or mindhealthconnect.com or anxiety.com.au or nimh.com or Your nearest doctor, or pschychatrist, or psychoanalyst or guy up the street or lady serving you coffee, or Claude or a super intelligent pet cat, or.....

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    • Profile picture of the author Cali16
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      ... every other day, I wear colors.
      So, the other three days of the week you go commando?
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  • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
    When I leave in the morning I put two twenties on my dresser.
    When I get back home, I put them back in my wallet.

    I've been doing it for so long I forget why I started. Forgot to do it one morning
    and it drove me nuts all day long.

    I also hide money ...everywhere. Never a lot and sometimes I forget about it
    and when I find it again it makes my day.

    and one more weird money thing. I collect 2 dollar bills. I have so many that
    I don't know how many I have.

    I believe that all started because when I was a kid I found a mason jar with 100
    two dollar bills in my grandma's basement rafters. She said they weren't hers
    and I could keep them. So now whenever I come across one, I get it and add it to
    the stash ... and remember how awesome my grandma was. (I still have the originals
    and the mason jar )

    lol, I feel like I just told a dirty little secret.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    I can't sleep if I don't check that all entryways to my house are locked. When checking, I have to concentrate only on checking the door. If I think about something else while checking, I have to check again. This sometimes requires me to get out of bed and recheck if I even think I may not have focused enough when checking a door.

    I have to do the checking myself. I once let my wife check and found one of the doors unlocked the next morning. She was summarily fired from my OCD.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      I can't sleep if I don't check that all entryways to my house are locked. When checking, I have to concentrate only on checking the door. If I think about something else while checking, I have to check again. This sometimes requires me to get out of bed and recheck if I even think I may not have focused enough when checking a door.

      I have to do the checking myself. I once let my wife check and found one of the doors unlocked the next morning. She was summarily fired from my OCD.
      I'm like that too. I check each door at home and at my store, to make sure they are locked. I give the door a little shake to make sure.

      If I don't remember if I locked the doors at night, I have to get up and check again.

      Partly, it may be mild OCD. But I'm getting older, and I worry about forgetting these things. A few times, we got to the store, and the door was unlocked. Unbelievable.

      When I'm checking the doors, I may say "OK, that door is locked"...even if nobody is there, just to cement the moment in my memory.

      Before we get up and leave a theater, I ask my wife, "Do you have your purse?".

      We go to the grocery store, I ask "Do you have your shopping list?"

      If I want to take something to work, I put it in front of the door, so I can't miss it.

      Throughout the day, if I'm traveling, or shopping, I'll check my back pocket, to make sure my wallet is there. I may do it hundreds of times a day. It's more habit than worry.
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      • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        Throughout the day, if I'm traveling, or shopping, I'll check my back pocket, to make sure my wallet is there. I may do it hundreds of times a day. It's more habit than worry.
        I do that too. Actually, I bet most people do.
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        • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
          When I'm about to leave the house every morning, (I'm the last one out) I speak out loud my check list including the check.

          It goes like this, keys, check. Purse, check. Coffee, check. Name lanyard, check.

          I don't know why I speak it out loud, no one is around except Lexi, I just do.


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    • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      I can't sleep if I don't check that all entryways to my house are locked. When checking, I have to concentrate only on checking the door. If I think about something else while checking, I have to check again. This sometimes requires me to get out of bed and recheck if I even think I may not have focused enough when checking a door.

      I have to do the checking myself. I once let my wife check and found one of the doors unlocked the next morning. She was summarily fired from my OCD.
      That must be a guy thing.

      Hubby does the same thing. Every door. Even the garage door, not the one the cars come through, but the regular door that leads to the backyard from the garage.


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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
        Originally Posted by MissTerraK View Post

        That must be a guy thing.

        Hubby does the same thing. Every door. Even the garage door, not the one the cars come through, but the regular door that leads to the backyard from the garage.


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        Yep. (Although, I screwed that door shut because we never use it. It's locked, deadbolted, and screwed shut to the frame. I normally wouldn't be that paranoid, but we need to use the space for storage so we'll never use the door for access.)

        Someone above mentioned the garage door. I wait for it to close entirely and make a double punch motion when it comes to a stop to lock the memory in my mind.

        I've seen new garage door openers that come with an app for your phone that will tell you if your door is open or closed and when it opens and closes. Just like my wife, I wouldn't trust it.
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        • Profile picture of the author MissTerraK
          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          Yep. (Although, I screwed that door shut because we never use it. It's locked, deadbolted, and screwed shut to the frame. I normally wouldn't be that paranoid, but we need to use the space for storage so we'll never use the door for access.)

          Someone above mentioned the garage door. I wait for it to close entirely and make a double punch motion when it comes to a stop to lock the memory in my mind.

          I've seen new garage door openers that come with an app for your phone that will tell you if your door is open or closed and when it opens and closes. Just like my wife, I wouldn't trust it.
          Hubby wouldn't either, he said he'd trust his wife, but he really didn't.

          Once when he was under the weather, he wanted me to do the ritual of locking all of the doors, making sure everything was turned off, etc.

          Well, when I came to bed about two hours later, he wasn't sleeping and began to ask me, did you lock this, did you turn that off, etc., etc.

          I told him never to ask me to do that again, because it was obvious he didn't trust me to do it. He laughed and never asked me again.

          You men! LOL!


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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

      I can't sleep if I don't check that all entryways to my house are locked. When checking, I have to concentrate only on checking the door. If I think about something else while checking, I have to check again. This sometimes requires me to get out of bed and recheck if I even think I may not have focused enough when checking a door.

      I have to do the checking myself. I once let my wife check and found one of the doors unlocked the next morning. She was summarily fired from my OCD.
      Yep, same thing here Dan. Don't feel like you're alone lol
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    I check to make sure every door and window is unlocked at night before I go to bed
    I wear blue underwear on Wednesdays and purple ones on Friday. The rest of the days, I wear none.
    I have no bras. I let it all hang out.

    [just kidding. I feel left out because I have no rituals]

    I don't lock any doors. Ever. We live in the country and no one in their right minds would come down that road at night uninvited. It's spooky looking and no telling what kind of crazies live here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    I think checking your locks is more a prudent thing than a quirky, silly ritual.

    My quirk is to make forum posts telling people why their quirks aren't really quirks.

    OK, seriously . . . whenever I come up with a new riff on the guitar I like and start thinking "Hey, that's pretty good," I go play a song by Tommy Emmanuel, who I think is one of the greatest guitar players alive, and I'll be reminded I'm not very good at all. Then, reality having set in, I put my guitar away and do something else.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
      Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

      I think checking your locks is more a prudent thing than a quirky, silly ritual.

      My quirk is to make forum posts telling people why their quirks aren't really quirks.
      Dennis, it's not the act of checking the locks that I think is quirky. It's how I have to do it that's odd (and I realize it's stupid as I'm doing it).

      I have to walk to the door, think of nothing other than checking the door, make sure the door is locked, usually by turning the handle and pulling the door a minimum of three times. If, when walking to the next door, I find myself thinking of something other than my current task or I can't explicitly remember checking the last door, I have to go back to the last door and check again. On a night where I'm mentally distracted, this can lead to me rechecking each door several times.

      It's a tick and I know why it exists, but that doesn't stop my wife from laughing at me when I have to get out of bed to check the doors after she watched me check them three times already.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
        Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

        Dennis, it's not the act of checking the locks that I think is quirky. It's how I have to do it that's odd (and I realize it's stupid as I'm doing it)...
        It's a given that you're weird, but Claude and Suzanne said they do it too, and Terra said her husband does, so there you go.

        Really, I was just remembering Terra's two drawers of bras and Suzanne letting her puppies run free, and somehow I typed a post without even realizing it.

        When are we having that live "Off Topic Patrons Party" again?
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    I can't think of anything I do that is quirky, which probably means everything I do is quirky.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by whateverpedia View Post

      I can't think of anything I do that is quirky, which probably means everything I do is quirky.
      The psychiatrist was asked if Jeffrey Dahmer was quirky. He said, "Quirky?....um...no".

      Maybe that's your answer.
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      • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        The psychiatrist was asked if Jeffrey Dahmer was quirky. He said, "Quirky?....um...no".

        Maybe that's your answer.
        That would explain why my fridge is full of heads of lettuce.
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

          He combs his hair but does not put it on until after the shower.
          No, he, combs his hair, gives it a drink of milk, and does not put it on until afterwards!

          There we are on track now!

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          • Profile picture of the author Kurt
            I wouldn't call them silly or quirky, more of a favor for mankind. I like to plot and execute covert plans to irritate, injure and annoy Claude.


            One of my favorites is replacing Claude's shampoo with Nair. I've laughed at this for years!


            Recently I successfully planted a Manchurian Attack Cat in his home, code name: PROJECT MAC.


            And I can't wait to use the ACME anvil I just bought on eBay.
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  • Profile picture of the author bizgrower
    I check doors, not as OCD as some, but I check them. I live on site at the hotel and my desk clerk has forgotten a couple of times.

    When I worked at a night club, a couple of us got blamed for not locking doors. We figured out later that it was the ghosts. Seriously though, we figured out that the guy who came into clean had an alcohol problem and lost track of which doors he opened to take out the trash. It did not make sense that he even unlocked the pad locks to some doors because they would not be used by him. Usually he supplied his own alcohol, but there was one time when some bottles were missing.

    If I don't do the same thing - same pockets essentially - with my keys every day, I will lose them and get locked out of the house or car.

    I brush my hair before I shower. My thinking is so it won't get tangled in the shower.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by bizgrower View Post


      I brush my hair before I shower.
      Braggart......
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      • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        Braggart......
        He combs his hair but does not put it on until after the shower.
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        • Profile picture of the author bizgrower
          Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

          He combs his hair but does not put it on until after the shower.
          I thought you agreed to be quiet about that.



          A dorm mate in college asked me why I comb my hair first, and that's why I think it might be quirky.
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    • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
      Originally Posted by bizgrower View Post

      I brush my hair before I shower. My thinking is so it won't get tangled in the shower.
      My thinking is, it's common sense.
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