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    When I lie on the couch on my right hand side I like to have my left hand in the air as if I'm reaching for the ceiling.

    I'm aware it's weird behaviour but I find it inexplicably relaxing. I've started to drift off like this before and woken with a start when my arm relaxes and crashes into my side.
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    Page 3 of 4, but page 4 won't load.

    Weird.

    Edit: now fixed.

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    Page 3 of 4, but page 4 won't load.

    Weird.

    Edit: now fixed.
    I had that too! I clicked to page 4 and #3 loaded again and started getting de ja vu with the comments.
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    Ironing - no idea why though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Ironing - no idea why though.
    I wish I liked it.

    You should set up an ironing business. Loads to be made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    When I lie on the couch on my right hand side I like to have my left hand in the air as if I'm reaching for the ceiling.

    I'm aware it's weird behaviour but I find it inexplicably relaxing. I've started to drift off like this before and woken with a start when my arm relaxes and crashes into my side.


    Hahaha I do this, and my dad. No idea why either


    i rub my feet together when lying in bed, whether Iím reading or watching tv or falling asleep, I do it without even thinking about it.

    I also tuck the bottom of the duvet under my feet, have done since being a toddler, and struggle to get to sleep or even feel comfortable if I donít do it. Drives the mrs nuts, but I genuinely sleep better and feel far more comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    Hahaha I do this, and my dad. No idea why either


    i rub my feet together when lying in bed, whether Iím reading or watching tv or falling asleep, I do it without even thinking about it.

    I also tuck the bottom of the duvet under my feet, have done since being a toddler, and struggle to get to sleep or even feel comfortable if I donít do it. Drives the mrs nuts, but I genuinely sleep better and feel far more comfortable.
    Reminds of my old man who used to sit with his right hand on his left shoulder under his jersey. I never thought about it at all till I found myself unconciously doing the exact same thing.

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    Going to get petrol in Tesco and associating the pump number with the appropriate Turnbull's Tornado.

    I seem to use pump 9, Alan Gordon quite a lot and there are some I hardly ever get unless it's busy and I have to fill the car up from the other side....I was really pleased to get John Brownlie a few weeks ago

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    Lea and Perrins in tomato soup
    And some Tabasco (other hot sauces are available)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    Going to get petrol in Tesco and associating the pump number with the appropriate Turnbull's Tornado.

    I seem to use pump 9, Alan Gordon quite a lot and there are some I hardly ever get unless it's busy and I have to fill the car up from the other side....I was really pleased to get John Brownlie a few weeks ago
    That's brilliant

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    Sneezing.

    Not just any old sneeze, although they are enjoyable in their own right, I refer to sneezes which threaten not to materialise.

    There's a real joy when, after tactically looking up at the sun or up a strong light, you succeed in violently blowing forth, as it were.

    I suppose that's not all that unusual.

    Maybe missing a sneeze would qualify as a pet peeve instead, but I'll leave it here.
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    Eating the skin part of a baked potato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Eating the skin part of a baked potato.
    is that an unusual thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    is that an unusual thing?
    Definitely not.

    Unless the tattie was microwaved so the skin is soggy and minging & not crispy like it is when finished off in the oven.
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    I like Wotsits...but I really like them when theyíve gone a bit soft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    is that an unusual thing?
    It is if you're a person that doesn't.

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    Cold toast with cold butter and jam. Maybe not that unusual but my Mrs tells me its wrong and weird.

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    Hungover poos.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Hungover poos.
    How do you know that your poo has got a hangover?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Hungover poos.

    Aw aye, you can't beat a post wild night Turkish Delight!! You can still smell the alcohol and they are usually of a decent proportion that you have to phone ahead to Seafield to give them a pre warning that its bombs away at your end!!

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    Aw aye, you can't beat a post wild night Turkish Delight!! You can still smell the alcohol and they are usually of a decent proportion that you have to phone ahead to Seafield to give them a pre warning that its bombs away at your end!!
    Omg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Hungover poos.

    I never have a hangover so I can't imagine what you're talking about....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Hungover poos.
    Thread killer

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    How do you know that your poo has got a hangover?
    The smell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    Aw aye, you can't beat a post wild night Turkish Delight!! You can still smell the alcohol and they are usually of a decent proportion that you have to phone ahead to Seafield to give them a pre warning that its bombs away at your end!!

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    I like Wotsits...but I really like them when theyíve gone a bit soft.
    I like chewy monster munch

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    When I was young, my ma used to mix a tin of tomato soup with a tin of lentil soup.
    Souperb, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    When I was young, my ma used to mix a tin of tomato soup with a tin of lentil soup.
    Souperb, btw.
    I half fill the Tomato soup can with milk and add it to the soup. Plenty ground black pepper with grated parmesan cheese (the real stuff) not the rubbish you get in the ambient aisle in the supermarkets. Fanbloodytastic!

    Oh, and it has to Baxters Tomato soup as well.

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    Pizza with no cheese.

    Just pizza dough with tomato base, nduja and red onion,a thin base baked crispy.......delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Pizza with no cheese.

    Just pizza dough with tomato base, nduja and red onion,a thin base baked crispy.......delicious
    I've got a mate from Italy out here who's got a proper oven, imports that AA strength flour etc. Basically, takes pizza really seriously.

    I could eat the pizza bases he makes with a bit of garlic infused olive oil on top until I had to be removed from the premises by helicopter.

    Absolutely delicious.

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