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Tell me about your idiosyncrasies.

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- Wallet and keys always in right pocket, phone always in left. 

- On every smartphone I've ever had, the "messages" option has to be second to the left on the second row.

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After threesome with 2 models, always ask the one with bigger boobs to go fetch a towel. Makes for a better visual experience.

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Did i say fantasies? Lol

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Volume in the car has to be a multiple of 5. I have to run scalding hot water on my toothbrush for at least 30 seconds prior to brushing my teeth. Honestly I have too many to list.

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I have to kiss hookers on the forehead before I can start to fall in love with them

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if the microwave timer isn't at 0:00, I have to clear it

 

 

Who are the monsters who leave time on the clock? I hate when I use the microwave in my office kitchen, press a number to express enter the time an nothing happens. Then i realize it's because someone left time on the clock! One if the first world problems i just can't get over.

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I want to murder people with bad table manners. If I can hear you eating your meal over the dinner conversation you probably don't realize how close I am to literally shoving my fork through your eye socket. 

 

And I can't  stand for stuff to be asymmetrical when it has the ability to be in symmetry.

 

That's about it.

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And I can't  stand for stuff to be asymmetrical when it has the ability to be in symmetry.

 

This.

It reminds me that I also can't simply walk by a picture or something that is hung on the wall crooked. I have to stop and level it out.

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I'm the opposite of a hoarder.  I throw everything out.  I've lived in my house for about 14 years now and I could probably move completely out in less than 2 hours.

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I'm the opposite of a hoarder.  I throw everything out.  I've lived in my house for about 14 years now and I could probably move completely out in less than 2 hours.

This is a very admirable quality and somewhat Thoreau-esque. Congrats on that.

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Wallet is always in right ass pocket, keys in right thigh pocket, phone in left.

The savings account can only be stockpiled in $100 increments. I.e., the value of the account must always end in 00.

The shirts in my closet must be organized by type, like by button down then collared etc.

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-Toilet paper has to roll from the top.

-Always three taps on the Copenhagen can before opening. 

-I stand facing everyone when entering a crowded elevator.

- Every Friday morning the first thing I do when I wake up is listen to the sweet sound of Rebecca Blacks voice singing "It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday" 

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When i get on an elevator when I stay at a hotel, if someone else is on it, I will jump up and down saying why won't this thing move. This can't be done with the wife in the elevator or small children. I'm usually crying by the time I make it to the lobby from laughing so hard.

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