As I was trying to get my printer to work the other day I realized something. If I don’t load the paper a certain way it will jam. Since this has happened a few times and frustrated me I wanted to get to the bottom of what the problem was. So after loading and reloading my printer I came to the conclusion. The paper can’t be flat but have a little hump to it. So I need to load it hump side up. Yeah I know it was like an ah ha moment. LOL. Hey who am I to go against my printer. It doesn’t like the flat side. This made me think of other little idiosyncrasies around me.
Namely some people’s idiosyncrasies. For example every day I meet some of the same people as I go to work. We take the same seats. I don’t think it is even intentional we just go there. On the same trip there is one person who is a reader, a music listener and a cell phone talker. They each do the same thing each day. The reader pulls out whatever book they are reading. Of course since I am reading too we eye each other’s book to see what we are reading. The music listener bops and lip syncs to whatever they are listening to. The cell phone talker had a long conversation that shares all their business and so on. Yeah they are loud and I don’t think they even realize it.
These are idiosyncrasies that we each have that we don’t even think about. Another of my idiosyncrasies is at the end of my day as I come out of the tunnel in the train I automatically relax. It is at that moment that I know that I am only a few minutes from home. Home where I can relax even more before I starting all over again the next day.
What are some of your idiosyncrasies?
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