365 Challenge: Day 122 – Weirdo

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Weirdo: a person whose dress or behavior seems strange or eccentric

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It’s important as part of a discovery process to allow a little time for fun. Occasionally, you’ll learn something quite unexpected. And so today, rather than dissect a serious topic, I’ve chosen a word that immediately makes you smile, giggle or laugh; undoubtedly a different than normal expression appears on your face when you say the word ‘weirdo,’ whether it’s in your eyes, lips or entire facial structure. Do it. Look in the mirror when you say it. It’s gonna happen. I’m telling you. Believe me. And if it doesn’t, well then… you’re just weird, my friend.

A fairly significant percentage of the population strives not to be weird. They always want to fit in and keep any attention focused elsewhere, that is, excluding people’s whose jobs or professions include behaving in a weird manner in order to earn a living or fans. As a child, we often keep our weird behaviors to ourselves, as we don’t want to be judged or humiliated. When we grow older, we try to hide the things that make us look different than others in a way we perceive as potentially hurtful or negative. But as I grow older, I am celebrating those things that perhaps set me apart from others. I’m still shy and quiet, consider myself average, and don’t like to have attention on me; however, rather than run the opposite direction from the things that make me a weirdo, I am embracing them.

Sometimes these things are simple and meaningless, but we make more out of them. Sometimes they are truly ‘out there,’ waiting for someone to recognize them as not the norm. No matter what they are, let’s make today (and as much of your future as you can convince yourself is possible) about celebrating those things that have always made us look weird. In honor of the word ‘weirdo,’ I’ve selected five (5) things about myself that either I’ve always thought were considered peculiar, unusual, strange, odd, freaky, loony, eccentric, crazy, nuts, unusual, different, or weird. And I’m not afraid to share them today. Some are rather harmless… some are just funny… some aren’t so weird any more… but at one point or another in the past, I kept them hidden from others. But now I accept it as the details of who I really am!

  • #1 – Weird noises

As a child, I kept to myself a lot. I didn’t have an imaginary friend, but I would talk to myself. Full out conversations. And often, it would devolve into elaborate conversations with alternative noises and sounds to mean different things. There is one noise in particular that has carried through my entire lifetime, and I often find myself sharing it with new people in a very unusual way. It’s always a different method, too. If I think the person is scared by peculiar noises, I’ll do it in such a way that it sounds like it’s coming from a different part of the room. If they will know it’s me, I won’t hide it but I’ll just keep doing it for a few minutes until they are just totally puzzled. I must seem like the most immature nonsensical person when it happens, but it brings me such joy. I basically puff my cheeks out while pushing the air towards the top portion of my mouth. Using those muscles, I hold the air up and to the back and let it seep out almost like you would with air coming out of a balloon. Then I part my lips either a tiny bit or a significant amount, depending on the volume I’m selecting, and push the air out at different speeds. It’s a cross between a baby crying, a duck quacking, helium-voice from a balloon and some sort of ancient clicking language. I’ve been in tears when people freaked out not realizing it was me. And that is why I love being a weirdo. (No, that’s not me below)

  • #2 – Twisting my wrist and hands

While I’m not quite double-jointed, I have extreme flexibility in my wrists, although I’m noticing it’s getting less and less as I grow older each year. I can bring my entire thumb a full 180 degrees backwards to land on my wrist, as well as a few other fingers. I previously could place all five there, but that went away during a growth spurt in my teenage years. Nonetheless, it almost looks like a bit of lobster claws. And when I do it, my knuckles and other joints crack. It freaks some people out. Others try to do it, then I laugh hysterically when they cannot even come close. All in all, nothing huge, but it always draws a bit of attention to me, and it kind of tickles me something fierce to know I’ve either amused or completely unnerved someone else. I should twist my wrist and the noise I mentioned above. Why have I never thought about this before? Oh! I think I know what I’m gonna wander around Manhattan and do this afternoon. I’d be locked up for it, tho, I’m sure. And now I’m laughing hysterically at myself as I type this. The pics I wanted to post might caught some people to vomit, so I’ll go mechanical instead.

  • #3 – Vegetables

I have never liked vegetables. There are a few normal ones that I’ll eat if I have to, generally raw and with some sort of a dipping sauce. But I claim to be a healthy guy who balances all his food groups. Yet vegetables just freak me out. I like growing them. I enjoy how some look, smell or feel. But I just can’t deal with the taste. It’s like eating dry dirt, even when they are prepared with other sauces and in different methods. But there is one vegetable that I absolutely love… though some don’t really consider it a vegetable. LIMA BEANS! Most people find them disgusting. I adore them. Plain. Simple. Butter, Salt and Pepper. The flavor is fantastic. The texture is amazing. I love them so. And people look at me like a freak because of it. But I accept it. I love lima beans and I cannot lie.

  • #4 – Food can’t touch on a plate

As a child, my mom’s rule was always “You don’t have to eat what’s on the table for dinner. But if you put it on your plate, you will finish it. If you don’t like what’s on the table, you don’t get anything else. You can choose to go to your room for the rest of the evening.” It was a good rule. It taught me to not take things for granted and that food is precious. But it also taught me that I had a choice. And I often chose to go to my room and not eat dinner. She was a good cook, too. But there were always vegetables. And often the foods touched each other. Once foods touched each other on my plate, I couldn’t eat them. If the juice from the creamed corn bled onto the meat, I was done for. I had to try not to gag. If the rice or potatoes were left on the fork after a bite, I had to clean it off before I took a bite of something else. For school lunches, I took a sandwich as I refused to eat anything from a cafeteria. I would bring a piece of bread, a piece of turkey and a piece of cheese. I ate them separately. Not as a sandwich. Unfortunately, this has carried through my whole life… and people often can’t eat their own meal because they are stuck watching me move things around on my plate so they are at least 1 inch away from each other. I will eat a sandwich on occasion now, tho. But no condiments. That’s disgusting!

  • #5 – Varied styles

Most people have a style or a somewhat consistent way of doing things. I am very consistent in most things in my life; however, I am a bit eclectic across the board when you add everything up. I enjoy music people would never expect me to enjoy. I watch TV shows that only teenage girls watch followed by something that you generally need to be older than 80 to enjoy. I’ll read books back-to-back that are so different, no one can guess what my real style is. I will love the way a shirt looks on me one day and the next day (nothing that much could have changed) and I think it’s been sent my the devil to torture me. I want to go out clubbing for 3 hours and then I need to be alone and away from people as it was all just too much for me. I could go from being utterly bored to having too much to do in a matter of minutes. I’m just a few hundred people trapped in one body. And while this can be a fun thing… and happens to lots of people from time to time… this is my daily life. My friends and family always say “we never know which Jay we’re going to get.” They don’t mean it in a bad way, as all my personalities are generally likable. But they can be very different. {Aside: I don’t have multiple personality disorder. I just embrace everything in life and try to find something good about everything and try new things… except vegetables, but that’s been covered before.}

As always, I turn this 365 Daily Challenge post back to you… with two key questions today: (1) What other words do you use in replace of ‘weirdo’  and (2) What are a few ‘weirdo’ things about you that you are comfortable sharing? Let’s have some fun today…

RECOMMENDED BLOGGER

  • Today’s 365 Daily Challenge recommended blogger to know is the wonderful lady who calls herself the ‘Aspiring Curmudgeon‘ in her About Me section on WakingUpOnTheWrongSideOf50. I just happen to know her real name, but since I’m afraid she might put a curse on me if I say too much, I’m gonna behave myself and stay on her ‘right’ side of 50! On a more serious note, while we’ve only probably been chatting about 6 weeks via our blogs, she is one of my favorite people to talk with throughout the day. She reminded me to celebrate who I am and not worry about others… and since I am weird, and she reminded me of it, that’s why today she’s the recommended blogger. In many ways, we are very similar in our approach to organization and communicating with other people. We’ve had some similar life experiences. We both live in NYC and understand all that comes with it. But the best thing about her and her blog are the voice, point of view and perspective that come along for the ride… well actually, it’s all those things that do the driving… as she is one very funny woman in clear control of the vehicle she’s driving AKA her blog. If you’ve not read some of her posts, there are 3 or 4 you must check out, including “Change: A Fairy Tale,” “I’m Too Old For That,” and “DBQ – Emoji.” These aren’t even my top favorites, but I think they give a really complete picture of the beauty in her writing style and the natural humor surrounding her presence. So… please go find your way to check out her site… and maybe you too one day will know her real name!!!

 

About Me & the “365 Daily Challenge”

I’m Jay and I live in NYC. By profession, I work in technology. By passion, I work in writing. I’ve always been a reader. And now I’m a daily blogger. I decided to start my own version of the “365 Daily Challenge” where since March 13, 2017, I’ve posted a characteristic either I currently embody or one I’d like to embody in the future. 365 days of reflection to discover who I am and what I want out of life.

The goal: Knowledge. Acceptance. Understanding. Optimization. Happiness. Help. For myself. For others. And if all else fails, humor. When I’m finished in one year, I hope to have more answers about the future and what I will do with the remainder of my life. All aspects to be considered. It’s not just about a career, hobbies, residence, activities, efforts, et al. It’s meant to be a comprehensive study and reflection from an ordinary man. Not a doctor. Not a therapist. Not a friend. Not an encyclopedia full of prior research. Just pure thought, a blogged journal with true honesty.

Join the fun and read a new post each day, or check out my book reviews, TV/Film reviews or favorite vacation spots. And feel free to like, rate, comment or take the poll for each post. Note: All written content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them. Many thanks to their original creators.

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50 thoughts on “365 Challenge: Day 122 – Weirdo

    Kiersten said:
    July 12, 2017 at 9:31 AM

    Hooray for weirdos! This post made me laugh, especially the part about lima beans. I adore vegetables and I don’t even really like lima beans, haha. Good for you for embracing your weirdness. I am a proud “weirdo” myself…and I am quite tempted to do my own weirdo post now. Hmm.

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 9:32 AM

      Thanks! You totally should… would love to see my online friend celebrating their weirdness!

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    Kristin said:
    July 12, 2017 at 9:40 AM

    Have hou ever looked up the beighton scale to see “how flexible” you are?

    Joint hypermobility is way more common than people realize.

    I have some weird qualities. Here are some of mine

    I can eat a fried egg or a boiled egg but not a scrambled egg. The texture of a scrambled egg grosses me out.

    I have had prophetic dreams. An example of this, I had a dream when I lost one of my babies. It bothered me so greatly that two days later I became quite paranoid and demanded an ultrasound. The doctor kept telling me I had no signs of a miscarriage but they would check me out to see. Sure enough, baby had passed and they estimated the heart had stopped on the day I had the dream.

    Another time I dreamed that a man would try to get into my car. The next day, a man jerked my car door open and tried to get in. I threw my car in reverse to get away.

    Another weird quirk is that I sometimes cry after intimate encounters. I’m not at all sad. I have no idea why I cry. It used to freak my husband out. According to google this sometimes happens (Tmi, sorry)

    I can wear different colored socks but not different styles or if they feel different (like a thin sock and a thin one) both of my feet have to feel the same.

    Okay last one, I cannot fall asleep without chapstick on my lips. I’ve tried. I kid you not, I will stay up all night if I don’t have chapstick or can’t find it.

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 10:13 AM

      Morning! I’m gonna look that up, as I am not familiar with that scale.

      Some of those are certainly “weird” by the fun definition we’re talking about. But the one that got me the most was the prophetic dreams. That must be scary as it sounds like it’s only been for bad things, unless that’s just based on the few you shared. Wow!

      Thank you so much for sharing! 😛

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        Kristin said:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:18 AM

        I don’t really see it as scary as much as a warning. I think I know how to respond many times when I have these dreams. I was so stunned when this man tried to get into my car but in my dream I’d thrown the car into reverse. I think they’re just warnings for me.

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        James J. Cudney IV responded:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:18 AM

        That’s true, as a warning, it’s helpful. A good alert to be on the alert.

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        Kristin said:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:20 AM

        here is a graphic on accessing joint hypermobility

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        James J. Cudney IV responded:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:28 AM

        i think it dropped the graphic!

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        Kristin said:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:40 AM

        hrmm wonder if they considered it spam lol.

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        Kristin said:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:41 AM

        I still see it on your site. Just not via mobile btw

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        James J. Cudney IV responded:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:41 AM

        ok, will check later, thx

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        James J. Cudney IV responded:
        July 12, 2017 at 10:43 AM

        it worked, i checked. i can definitely do 4 or 5 of those. will have to check the others. how cool.

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      Nel said:
      July 12, 2017 at 11:31 AM

      I’m the same way about socks and I never even thought about it until you stated it!

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    5171 Miles Book Blog said:
    July 12, 2017 at 10:08 AM

    I love the “food can’t touch on a plate section”! 😀 😀 😀
    People think it’s weird that I eat frozen fish sticks… 😀 I started eating frozen fish sticks when I was a kid. My mom always says that I would often go to the freezer to grab one and then I would try to hide it behind my back. 😀 She even asked my pediatrician back then if it was “dangerous” for me to eat them frozen. 😀 This habit lessened over the years but I still eat them once in a while when I’m about to cook them. 😛
    -Sabrina

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 10:12 AM

      Thanks! And that’s a new one for me… frozen fish sticks. But I love it! 🙂 Great share, Sabrina.

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    kerrymckim said:
    July 12, 2017 at 10:44 AM

    You have inspired me. I am going to ponder and come up with 5 ways that I am weird and write about it. Look for an upcoming post.

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    Mischenko said:
    July 12, 2017 at 10:58 AM

    Wow, we do have too much in common. I too share many of these ‘weird’ behaviors and traits. I use the word freak fairly often and I do think that I am one. Haha! I will share one thing that I’ve never been able to do and that’s to eat after someone else, or drink after someone else-even my own kids. I also get grossed out fairly easy. 😉 Great post, James

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 11:01 AM

      I do that too… don’t like to share glasses or utensils. Wow… we are the same. Thank you for joining in here!

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    wakinguponthewrongsideof50 said:
    July 12, 2017 at 11:27 AM

    First of all you’re awesome!! Thank you for the amazing capsule! I feel like I’ve won a lifetime achievement award!!You should be honored you know who I am when the cape is off…..I LOVE the fact that you chose me on the day you chose to honor the word weird, though I prefer when people call me quirky, but I’m being pedantic….. you are seriously one of the most inspiring people I have ever met. You just do what you need to do. No excuses- just self reflection. Though really…do you eat Indian food? Cause if you do, vegetables in Indian cuisine are awesome! Though I realize they touch…..but some places have those dishes with compartments. Speaking of, do you eat off recycled Frozen dinner trays? Xoxoxo

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 4:45 PM

      Hi! You are very welcome. It is an achievement award… just because of all that you’ve achieved. Quirky… that’s a word I forgot. Nice one.

      I can eat some Indian food, but not mixed together… like I can do a curry chicken but not with other things on it too.

      Frozen dinner trays. Ha! TV Dinner. Ha! I’d rather skip food. Probably nothing wrong with them, but my mind just worries about it. It does have the nice compartments… very odd.

      Spent the last 3 hours detailing the opening chapters of Father Figure. I’m so inspired this week, partly due to our chat, and I’m really focusing on pulling this together. Thank you!

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    Nel said:
    July 12, 2017 at 11:33 AM

    Hey I think lima beans are disgusting. Also the taste and smell of bananas makes me want to vomit. Same goes for milk. Plain milk is instant vomit but I can eat it cooked foods and milkshakes. Only other things weird about me is I have two toes that are the same size and I can bend the tip of my first finger joints.

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 12:44 PM

      Thanks for sharing. Funny how people can have opposite taste buds for some things.

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        Nel said:
        July 12, 2017 at 12:47 PM

        I’m also really weird about people eating. If you chew with your mouth open I want to punch you. If your fork touches your teeth I want to punch you. There’s a lot more but just to give you an idea hahaha

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        James J. Cudney IV responded:
        July 12, 2017 at 12:48 PM

        I’ve got so many ideas for whenever we meet over a meal… I might sit far enough away that your arm can’t reach me for that unexpected punch, but oooh… it’ll be fun!

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        Nel said:
        July 12, 2017 at 12:49 PM

        Hahahaha. I can see the showdown now!

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    BrizzleLass said:
    July 12, 2017 at 1:45 PM

    Hahaha! I loved this post! You’re on a roll this week!
    If we EVER manage to meet in person by some miracle then you have to show me that funny noise thing!
    I absolutely love how you grow vegetables but won’t eat them! I can’t grow them no matter what I do it I love to eat them! 😂
    So I pretty much stand out as a weirdo! Can’t have my haircut and not, people stare at me as I walk down the street especially in the area I live in which is very poor and people generally try to just fit in and disappear into the crowd. I stand out like a sore thumb! 😂
    Other weird things about me, despite saying I’m a big heavy metal fan I am also a lover of classical music and jazz. I originally trained as a classical musician so I haven’t lost my love of the music and still go to concerts even, where I really stand out!
    I don’t eat any FODMAPs. FODMAPs are a dietary sugar which I am allergic to which include wheat, I literally swell up like a balloon. It’s a super complicated diet, but it means I don’t eat any junk food at all, I cook almost everything from scratch, and have had to give up some of my favourite foods like mushrooms and doughnuts! 😂
    I have a serious addiction to the Funko POPs. I don’t have room for anymore but I could easily just buy hundreds of them.

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 4:47 PM

      If I weren’t afraid of posting a video that could go viral in a bad way on this noise, I’d send it. But somehow I’d load it on to the server, and everyone would get it. So it will have to wait until in person. 🙂

      True, your hair would be a bit obvious. But it’s, and now I wouldn’t know how it could look any different.

      Never heard of FODMAP, thanks for the intro to something new. Mushrooms belong being removed from a diet. They are meant to kill us… not to be eaten. But sad on doughnuts. I feel for you there.

      And I don’t know what a Funko POP is. Must be something sweet tho…

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        BrizzleLass said:
        July 12, 2017 at 5:33 PM

        Haha if you think the video would go viral it must be good!

        Yes mushrooms probably would kill me but they are so good! I can’t understand why people don’t like them! One of my best friends growing up feels like you about them and I used to find weird and wonderful ways to sneak them into his food! 😂 Started a lot of food fights!

        And you need to check out the Funko POPs they are little models, toys for grown ups basically. They are either really cool or I’m a bit sad!

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    Run Wright said:
    July 12, 2017 at 3:28 PM

    I, on the other hand, like my food all mixed up but only if I mix it up myself. I don’t like casseroles that other people have made but I enjoy my own stir fries. Weird, I know.
    I’ll check out today’s recommended blog. I love that feature by the way.

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 4:42 PM

      I’m glad you like the feature. Thanks!

      I agree on other people’s casseroles… I can eat my own if I know what I am making and how it’s being put together. But it also depends on the ingredients. Stir fry is good flavor!

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    Noriko said:
    July 12, 2017 at 7:04 PM

    I like this post a lot! I think I would use the word ‘eccentric’ in place of ‘weirdo??’ I don’t know… Regarding foods on a plate, I cannot stand rice touching sweetened foods or fruits or something. I. just.can’t. Oh, and I talk to myself a lot. Seriously, A LOT. I think it comes from my attempt to learn English for about five years…. having literally no one around to talk to in English, I would often carry a conversation with myself, which means, I play the person A and person B. It’s like me playing the role of person A ask myself being person B ‘how’re you feeling today?’ then me ‘person B’ say things like, ‘Oh, I feel a bit down in the dumps today…’ and let me tell you – I still do wherever or whenever I am. Sometimes people do a double take when they catch me talking to myself at places like supermarkets. Haha!

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 12, 2017 at 9:13 PM

      I see that as a very fun conversation. Eccentric is perfect. Weirdo is just the silly term for it! 🙂

      In public… that would be amusing to watch you carry on back and forth!!

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    carhicks said:
    July 13, 2017 at 8:55 AM

    I laughed as well. I do not think I have weird behaviours, but I am sure others think I do. I also like the term eccentric. I talk to myself, I don’t always finish sentences and pronounce words differently, but everyone does that sometimes, right?

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    Wave Your Weird Flag! – Once Upon a Spine said:
    July 13, 2017 at 10:00 AM

    […] part of his 365 day challenge, James wrote a post yesterday on what makes him a “weirdo.” I wasn’t even halfway through his post before I realized that I had to accept his […]

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    Valerie @ Valerie's Musings said:
    July 13, 2017 at 12:40 PM

    I totally loved this post! I, too, am a weirdo or eccentric or just plain weird. Whatever word you want to use!

    I’m okay with lima beans. They’re not my favorite vegetable (that would be lightly steamed broccoli), but I’ll eat them without fuss. Have you ever read the children’s picture book “A Bad Case of Stripes” by David Shannon? It’s about a little girl who LOVES lima beans but won’t eat them because no one else likes them. It’s very cute. 🙂 The moral is to be yourself and not worry what everyone else thinks.

    I also talk to myself and have conversations with myself. Particularly when I want to purchase something but I really know I shouldn’t as it isn’t in the budget. I get strange looks, but I’m used to that.

    I’m very much a child at heart. I’m a wimp when it comes to movies and TV. My first question to friends is “Would you let your 7 or 8-year-old niece watch it?” If they say “no”, they’re gonna have to provide VERY convincing reasons to watch it in order to get me to watch it. I still love Winnie-the-Pooh, fairies, children’s literature, children’s tv, Disney, etc. Most of my top favorite films are animated films – and not necessarily anime but Disney classics as well.

    I have 5 mental illnesses, that’s enough to make me a weirdo in itself. 😉 I have to be super careful about triggers. I’m hypervigilant ALL the time. I startle easily, especially if someone’s behind me and I don’t know it. My body is never truly relaxed because I’m so hypervigilant.

    Oh and I have a “spot” I sit in. Most people do, but think of Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory and his feelings about his “spot” and you’ll understand how I feel about mine. If someone (company usually) is sitting in my spot, I literally do not know where to sit. There can be a million chairs open, but I’ll look around confused because I don’t know where to sit. It drives some people crazy but it’s just how I’m wired.

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      Valerie @ Valerie's Musings said:
      July 13, 2017 at 12:40 PM

      Okay that was a few more examples than 2. 😉

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 13, 2017 at 1:05 PM

      It’s great you can admit all these things and figure out how to handle them!

      I’ve not read that book. I will have to look it up.

      So glad you liked the post and you shared. Brave! 🙂 Thanks for being a part of this “weirdo” post!

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    cwhiteweb said:
    July 13, 2017 at 4:16 PM

    LOL now I think this is my absolute favorite 365 post!! I’d like to watch you get your way through a 5 course meal! 😀

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      James J. Cudney IV responded:
      July 13, 2017 at 4:27 PM

      Hahaha. I’m a mess.

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        cwhiteweb said:
        July 13, 2017 at 4:36 PM

        One that I’d like to watch, yes!
        I had a friend in high school who ate everything by color, one thing at a time. When she saw how I get everything together then scoop it into my mouth, she was shocked and asked me years later why I did that. Fortunately, she unlearned it and eats normally now 😀

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    Rae Longest said:
    July 15, 2017 at 8:37 AM

    My word for wierdo (and I use it in a positive way / just wouldn’t use it in a negative way, period) is eclectic.

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    MoJo said:
    July 15, 2017 at 3:07 PM

    Maybe you are normal and everyone else is weird? This is the situation I find myself in at present. 😉

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