I think I've mentioned this in the past...if I'm on the freeway, and come up to a mileage sign with three values on it, I'll stick coefficients on the first two fractions such that when you add them you'll come up with the third one.
I started doing this whenever it was in elementary school that we learned fractions/multiplying fractions, and 35 years or whatever later, I still do it.
I know roughly what you're saying, but can you give an example? I can't quite follow what you mean.
When I was little I would try to make an equation out of the time. e.g. 12:39 is (1+2)*3=9. Obviously only certain times can work.
whenever a naked female has her back to me I insta slap-ass at least once.
this has obviously happened with only girlfriends/"short-term" girlfriends, but I've noticed some years ago I can't help myself.
I am like 1.85 and strong, my gf is ~1.65 and skinny/kinda sensitive. she complains about it non stop and tells me it physically hurts, I still do it every single time.
the girlfriend before this one developed a reflex of 'jumping' whenever she was naked and turned back to me because she knew the slap was coming.
I find myself wondering what would happen if I was in the proctology business.
I think I just found one. I absolutely had to convert that 1.85 and 1.65 so I knew what he meant. And I now realize that I do it every time I run into metric measurements, even if it's something I don't care about at all.
I can't not flush the toilet before I'm actually done pissing. I try to time it so that all my piss gets flushed but this has become surprisingly difficult and I usually end up flushing my toilet twice.
I also do the weird alarm clock/tv thing. I enjoy setting the alarm for weird times like 7:56 or something or 8:03. I think it has something to do with 8:03 feeling like 8 O'clock still yet being 3 more minutes to sleep. Or 7:56 makes it feel like I'm getting up early.
On the TV when I adjust the volume it HAS to be either a multiple of 5 or an even number.
So it could be 15, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 25, etc. I'll never set the sound at 17 or 23 or some crazy ****, even if it sounds like the most audibly optimal level. It's unsettling. I realize this is completely irrational as these numerical values are completely arbitrary and have nothing to do with sound level being "even" or not.