As you may or may not know, I’m sponsoring The Vintage Apple this month, and Michelle started a new link up called “Does that make me crazy?!” Basically the link up is just to talk about some weird quirks you have. Trust me, I have them. 

Ok so here goes:

1. I buy Pumpkin Spice Lattes with non-fat milk and whipped cream. I’m convinced that the skim milk makes it “healthier” but can’t resist when they ask if I still want whipped cream. I always wonder I the Starbucks people think I’m weird when I ask for it the way I do. 

2. I’m afraid of my own home. You see, during the day, I’m totally fine. But as soon as lights are off, I panic and have to switch on every single light if I’m walking to the kitchen to get some water. Then, I turn off the lights and high-tail it to our bedroom so that no “ghosts” can get me. This is not just the case in my place now, but even in my parent’s house you could find me running fast up the stairs and running into my bedroom. 

3. I use an obscene amount of toilet paper. Sure, using like 4-6 squares can cut it for some people, but when I pee I grab like 10- and they’re the thick kind like Charmin. I’m not sure why it is. I guess I want to feel extra clean. I even got those Charmin wipes because they make me feel extra clean. 

4. I like to look up illnesses on WebMd. Whenever I’m sick or have some problem (could even be an ingrown hair) I like to Google what I have. No, I don’t like to look at the weird pictures, but I just want to see if I can self-diagnose myself. However, it always ends up that I have cancer according to the website. Hmm.

There you have it! Just a few of my weird quirks. I won’t give them all away to ya, because, well- I like having some mystery about me haha. 

P.S. If you haven’t entered my giveaway for the super cute one-sleeved dress from Hope’s go do it! You have until Thursday! 

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