I've been thinking about blogs lately. More specifically, I've been thinking about what kind of personal information people share on their blogs. Some people post pretty intimate details about their lives while others choose to only talk about pop culture or news events. I think I do some of both.
Today, I've decided to get a little more personal and share some random details about my life!
I LOVE the taste of Pepto-Bismol. I very rarely take any kind of medicine, but if all medicine tasted like Pepto, I'm pretty sure I would be crazy 4 pillz! Not only does it taste good, but it even has a sexy and different texture; drinking Pepto is like drinking a milkshake!
On a similar note... Unfortunately, I have heartburn all the time. Fortunately, I get to eat a few rolls of Tums each time I feel my esophagus getting splashed with my stomach acid! Tums is another "medicine"(they seem more like candy to me) that I find delicious. Now whoever makes Tums and Pepto needs to get to work on making cough syrup taste good.
I don't write with blue pens. I used to, but stopped a few years ago. I don't know why exactly... but if a blue pen is in my hand, I just can't write with it! My psych professor asked me a few questions (no, I don't mind reading it, yes, I can write in other colors like red) to figure out why, but it's still a mystery!
The only time this becomes a problem is when I go to stores and buy stuff with my bank card and the cashier gives me a blue pen. Then awkwardness ensues when I ask them if they have a black pen. One time this happened at a gas station and the dude was annoyed! Luckily, I almost always have a black pen on me, so this doesn't happen that often. But the other day, I was getting a Christmas gift at Hot Topic and this chick said she only had blue when I SAW THE BLACK PEN in her pen holder thingy. Annoying! (Oh, and I just waited until she noticed it was there.)
Ever since I learned how to write in cursive, I've never stopped. I don't know what it is about cursive that is so appealing to me (maybe 'cause it looks more sophisticated and a little bit reflective), but I only resort to writing in print when someone asks me to or if I am trying to make sure my handwriting is legible.
Sometimes I worry that my cursive is a mess and that no one will be able to read it. This is problematic when I write in-class essays. But last semester, I had an essay for Poetry Workshop, and when I gave it to my professor she said I had beautiful handwriting! Yay! Now I don't worry anymore.
Much to the confusion of my family and friends (and this kitten), when I make cereal (which is basically a daily activity in my life of college-induced poverty), I put the milk in the bowl first. Peepz love to yell at me about this and say that if I put the milk in first, I'll pour in too much and then I'll waste it. But for some reason this is never really a problem for me... After eating so much cereal, don't you think I know how much milk to put in the bowl?!
After pouring the cereal in, I then push all the pieces under the surface of the milk so that each and every piece is wet before I start eating. This isn't a weird thing to do apparently, since my mother caught me doing it one day and told me that she does the same thing.
Now you know all my secrets! Interesting, or weird?!?!