I sit and make little T-T-T noises with my tongue, the S sound, and pop teeny tiny bubble on the tip of my tongue. Someone once thought I was whispering.
Oh my. I just realized I flap.
I need to have sharp pressure underneath my finger nails and toenails of the 3rd digits ONLY. I press my thumbnails in there or press the toes under the edge of the coffee table.
Concrete is FABULOUS for scratching the bottom of my feet.
The texture of York peppermint Patties is wonderful. The minty-ness is great, too. Other brands are not the same. The thinner, big patties are better than the small ones in the bags.
I pick. My brother used to let me get his zits. Now he lets his wife.
I need firm pressure, being squished and tucked into bed feels good to me. DH likes to do light touch which I can not stand. I keep reminding him that I need pressure. He tries. I also don't like soft kisses on my cheeks but I do like them on my forehead. And I can't stand kissing his puckered lips -- they need to be regular.
I LOVE getting adjusted at the chiropractor. I like the cracking sound and I LOVE getting my neck adjusted, especially.
I LOVE lifting weights, dead lifts, and squats. I also love running. I often change pace faster than the treadmill buttons respond, which bugs me, so I have to try and work with the machine or run outside.
I mash my lips between my teeth then scratch my top lip w/ my teeth. The center only.
I like to make kissy noises when kissing the baby.
I have to wiggle something all the time. The lexapro helps with my anxiety, but I still wiggle. It's just not as bad. And it quiets my ticker tape, constant conversation, and steady white-noise in my head. I really am glad for that because my head is quieter now.
I HATE light touch (as mentioned previously). DH thinks he's being romantic, I want to come out of my skin.
Being tickled feels like torture to me. It makes me cry.
Nothing around my neck. No turtlenecks. Bed sheets have to be around my neck, though, no matter the temp. (We live in TX!) Feet must be under the blankets, too.
The bed has to be made with exact lengths of sheet and blanket draped over each side. I can feel if it's uneven. Also, it must be hospital corners.
I can eyeball the center of things, like centering a frame on the wall or a piece of furniture. My brother (the one that likes to be picked) is the same way.