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Old 08-04-2021, 12:08 PM
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Does anyone dry their whole body with a hairdryer post towelling, following a shower?

Just for that extra dryness, especially in the nether regions!
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Old 08-04-2021, 12:13 PM
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Ensures a pre-turn out flush for sanitary/splashback purposes.

Also, if a bowl is less than pearly white above the water line, I move on to the next cubicle.

And wipes the rim of the bowl, and the seat thoroughly before taking a seat.
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Old 08-04-2021, 12:26 PM
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Ensures a pre-turn out flush for sanitary/splashback purposes.

Also, if a bowl is less than pearly white above the water line, I move on to the next cubicle.

And wipes the rim of the bowl, and the seat thoroughly before taking a seat.
I hates using any toilet unless in my own house when I can help it. When I do have to I will clean the seat and flush before use also,
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Old 08-04-2021, 12:29 PM
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Old 08-04-2021, 12:34 PM
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Does anyone dry their whole body with a hairdryer post towelling, following a shower?

Just for that extra dryness, especially in the nether regions!
Do you have body hair like Chewbacca?
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Old 08-04-2021, 12:35 PM
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Complete avoidance Richard.

However it only counts on three consecutive drain lids/manhole covers together.
LOL - so once you've had your two, that's it for the day ?!

I found it rather an appealing tic at missing every third manhole, but complete avoidance after two is looking a little OCD !
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Old 08-04-2021, 12:37 PM
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When eating salted peanuts I have to eat all the half peanuts before starting on the full peanuts.
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Old 08-04-2021, 01:31 PM
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Old 08-04-2021, 01:54 PM
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LOL - so once you've had your two, that's it for the day ?!

I found it rather an appealing tic at missing every third manhole, but complete avoidance after two is looking a little OCD !
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Old 08-04-2021, 01:58 PM
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Old 08-04-2021, 02:09 PM
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A few years ago I developed a real phobia about touching supermarket trolley handles, having witnessed some of the great unwashed wandering around within. Couldn't bring myself to wear disposable gloves (although seriously considered it) so ended up developing a forearms pushing technique. A man ahead of my time I suppose, given the events of the past 12 months.

But the one which I think is probably unique and definitely odd, is that I mentally tot up the number of letters in phrases / sentences. I have done it for most of my life and it happens without really thinking about it.

So for example if someone says to me at work 'how are you feeling today' I will confirm to myself almost instantly '21 letters' and then respond. Obviously I don't say '21 letters' out loud, people might think that was a bit weird.
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A few years ago I developed a real phobia about touching supermarket trolley handles, having witnessed some of the great unwashed wandering around within. Couldn't bring myself to wear disposable gloves (although seriously considered it) so ended up developing a forearms pushing technique. A man ahead of my time I suppose, given the events of the past 12 months.

But the one which I think is probably unique and definitely odd, is that I mentally tot up the number of letters in phrases / sentences. I have done it for most of my life and it happens without really thinking about it.

So for example if someone says to me at work 'how are you feeling today' I will confirm to myself almost instantly '21 letters' and then respond. Obviously I don't say '21 letters' out loud, people might think that was a bit weird.
That is quite odd, but mentally very impressive
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Old 08-04-2021, 02:45 PM
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A few years ago I developed a real phobia about touching supermarket trolley handles, having witnessed some of the great unwashed wandering around within. Couldn't bring myself to wear disposable gloves (although seriously considered it) so ended up developing a forearms pushing technique. A man ahead of my time I suppose, given the events of the past 12 months.

But the one which I think is probably unique and definitely odd, is that I mentally tot up the number of letters in phrases / sentences. I have done it for most of my life and it happens without really thinking about it.

So for example if someone says to me at work 'how are you feeling today' I will confirm to myself almost instantly '21 letters' and then respond. Obviously I don't say '21 letters' out loud, people might think that was a bit weird.
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Does anyone dry their whole body with a hairdryer post towelling, following a shower?

Just for that extra dryness, especially in the nether regions!
No but there's been weirdos in gym changing rooms standing there stark bollock naked using the communal hairdryer. I hope this you don't fall into this category

My one is, I eat lemons whole and by the segment in a similar way to how others eat an orange. I love it, it makes my forehead sweat
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A few years ago I developed a real phobia about touching supermarket trolley handles, having witnessed some of the great unwashed wandering around within. Couldn't bring myself to wear disposable gloves (although seriously considered it) so ended up developing a forearms pushing technique. A man ahead of my time I suppose, given the events of the past 12 months.

But the one which I think is probably unique and definitely odd, is that I mentally tot up the number of letters in phrases / sentences. I have done it for most of my life and it happens without really thinking about it.

So for example if someone says to me at work 'how are you feeling today' I will confirm to myself almost instantly '21 letters' and then respond. Obviously I don't say '21 letters' out loud, people might think that was a bit weird.
That is seriously impressive OCD sh*t. How long does it take you to add up? Because if it was me there would be the longest awkward pause while I counted up using my fingers.
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