People Weird Habits
Well I'm an Software Engineering student, maybe that's why (or maybe it's just me) I have some very weird habits, like counting stairs when I'm going up one floor, and then mentally calculate how many stairs are in the entire building, the TV volume always have to be dividable by 5 if not I feel dizzy or something.
The list can go on, and so far I thought that maybe I was the only person in the word with strange habits, but today googling stuff with absolutely no importance I was suddenly into this yahoo answers question, in which some guy, or girl I don't know what people is in the internet, asked if anyone out there have weird habits too, surprisingly there are more people with strange habits than me or the girl/boy asking the questions, it comes out that must of people have strange habits in their lives, some of them where funny like, organizing skittles or M&M's into colors and then eat them from the smallest amount to the largest amount color, other ones where really nasty like touching intimate parts and then smelling fingers.
However, this whole thing got me thinking how incredible our brain is, in my personal and humble theory about this weird habits that must people have, is that our brain doesn't ever stop, not for even a minute, it is always thinking, even when we think we are not thinking, some ones like me likes to count stuff, others organize stuff, and others just feel curious about smells or stuff.
It's been said that we human beings only use like 10% of our brains capacity, and look what we as a race have achieved, I guess if we use it at 100% we would communicate telepathically or move stuff with the power of our brain, that would be nice, and maybe only maybe control all of this weird habits we as humans have.
As an experiment, it would me nice that in the comment part of this hub you tell us about your weird habits... come one! you know you have at least one :) Thanks for sharing.
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