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Sandettie Light Vessel Automatic tells us: "Until I pointed it out, my other half use to hang out the washing making sure that both pegs were the same colour. Now she goes out of her way to make sure they never match." Tell us about bizarre rituals, habits and OCD-like behaviour.

(, Thu 1 Jul 2010, 12:33)
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Walk this way..
I like people to walk on my left hand side. If there is a group of us and so long as one person is on that side, it's ok.

It's my one mental thing.
(, Thu 1 Jul 2010, 13:09, closed)
I've known a couple of people like this
and it is incredibly annoying as I am deaf in my right ear, so I have to walk on someones right to be able to hear them.
(, Thu 1 Jul 2010, 18:04, closed)
There is apparently a cultural norm for which side people walk on when passing each other
I think in America, it's on the left (opposite to driving side). In big cities, I think it gets repressed. I think it's either on the right (or on your left as you prefer) in Britain or either.

So you're not all that odd.

Edit: here's the link. I'm almost completely wrong and, by induction, you're a right weirdo.

www.brianlucas.ca/roadside/#pedestrians
(, Thu 1 Jul 2010, 22:50, closed)
What-ho!
I'm sure its to do with being able to draw a sword, so everyone would stay on the left hand side of the road in case a BRIGAND came by.
(, Sat 3 Jul 2010, 13:45, closed)

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