25 Strange Habits That Are More Common Than You Think

We all do weird things. Sometimes, we do weird things often enough that it’s considered a habit; sometimes we think we’re the only people who do those things, or we don’t realize (until we step back) that the habits we’ve developed are that weird. If you have weird habits, or think you’re a little strange, don’t feel bad, you’re not alone. Here are 25 Strange Habits That Are More Common Than You Think.

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Getting at least partially if not fully naked the moment you walk in the door. Not much is sweeter than taking off those shoes, that tie, or various other restrictive pieces of clothing.

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Claiming to have read an entire book when you gave up about halfway through and just googled the ending. Moby Dick, anyone? IT'S AN ALLEGORY, WE GET IT. It's also an impromptu melee weapon...

mobydickSource: http://thoughtcatalog.com
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Saying words under your breath or in your head so you can spell them correctly (Wed-nes-day), also singing the ABC song to make sure things are in alphabetical order. Twinkle Twinkle E - F -G.

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Asking people to smell or taste gross things we just experienced. Misery loves company?

Smell_of_TammanyImage Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org (public domain: published before 1923)
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Walking on curbs. It's still totally fun, even when you're in your 30's. Don't lie, you've done it.

woman walking on curbSource: Having a toddler and being an adult Image Source: shutterstock


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