We all have our own little (and funny) idiosyncrasies. In this blog post I tell you ten of mine. Enjoy reading!
1. I like apples, but I don’t like apple juice
In the other way round I like orange juice but no oranges. Why? I really don’t know.
2. I’m a very bad housewife
I really love the fashion of the 50s but as a housewife back then I would have totally failed: I cook noodles with tomato sauce almost every day, I rarely clean my windows, furthermore I don’t wash my dirty clothes and bring them to my mum instead. I think I should work on this. 😉 Plants also rarely survive in my home, even my cactus died.
3. I love bats
In my opinion, bats are very fascinating and super cute. I also like mice, unfortunately I normally see them only dead, because my cat likes them, too. PS: You can shop the vampire cardigan here.
4. I hate elevators
The rude start and stop of lifts always give me collywobbles. I’m also afraid of stucking in an elevator. Therefore I prefer the stairs, they are better for my body and stomach.
5. I love crime series
Navy CIS, Navy CIS LA, CSI Miami, Law & Order, I know them all and watch them on a very regular base. I also like Game of Thrones, Homeland and House of Cards.
6. I only write with blue ballpens
I don’t like black ballpens at all and sort them out every time I get ahold of one.
7. I own a least 15 red lipsticks
In my defense I have to say that I wear red lipstick almost every day. So I really need them all. 😉
8. I love travelling, but I hate packing
I always forget the most important things and take a lot of useless stuff with me instead. Quite often I packed five sorts of tea and ten gossip magazines (I will never read) but forgot my teethbrush or socks. PS: Find my latest travel destinations here.
9. I do everything in the nick of time
I do everything in the last possible moment, especially unpleasant things. I pack one hour before my journey starts and start to learn one day before my exams. Although experts dissuade from this stragedy, it works very well for me. However I often get stressed out because of this. PS: You can shop the retro alarm clock here.
10. I’m a bad sailor
I get seasick the moment I see a boat or ship. I even felt queasy during a harbor tour and there wasn’t one single wave at all. After a quite traumatic experience at the age of 13 during a shipping from Italy to Corsica, I steer clear of everything that swims on the water (except of my swim donut).
Now I’m curious: What are your little idiosyncrasies?