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David Cameron holds in his piss in order to concentrate. What weird borderline OCD shit do you do and why?

(, Thu 15 Dec 2011, 14:17)
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Equal sides when eating..... Must be eaten in double....
When I eat anything, and I mean anything, I have to have an equal amount of food on each side of my mouth. Not at the same time mind you, and it doesn't matter which side is first.

I am unable to eat a large piece of, say, chicken on the left, followed by a small piece of chicken on the right. I also would not be able to eat similar sized pieces of chicken on left, right then left again, as the right will be "less".

If somebody is to offer me a Malteser, for example, I have to ask if I may have two. I cannot bite on in half in case one half ends up larger than the other. If I have my own bag of Maltesers or such, and there is an odd number of sweets, one will end up in the bin, still in the packet.

Peanut M&M's are delicious, but a culinary minefield. They have to be sorted into size bundles, then matching colours within the bundle. Too many get wasted to warrant buying a packet very often.

This probably doesn't make any sense, but it makes more sense than the pattern I used to make with my tongue in my mouth when I was a kid, it gives me cold shivers just thinking about the intricate details of the pattern I had to move my tongue in. I had to complete the pattern before I could stop. Luckily, I only ever did it when I was trying to fall asleep, or I'd have spent my childhood in an asylum.

I'm sure there's more, but I'm off to eat 2, 4 or 6 maltesers to calm myself down.
(, Thu 15 Dec 2011, 16:51, 1 reply)
my gf does this...
...I think its fucking mental. This observation did not go down well when first uttered. Or at any subsequent point if I'm honest.
(, Tue 20 Dec 2011, 18:12, closed)

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