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lickystickypickywe:

More people are living alone than ever, as a statistic we met recently with great happiness noted. But — prepare yourself — living alone might be making you weird. In The New York Times’, Steven Kurutz sort of went and ruined that joy with his look at the strange things people do when they live alone.
How weird does it get? A few examples from Kurutz’s piece and our own personal experience:
Staying up all night.
Washing vegetables in the shower.
Examining your pores nightly in a mirror.
Coming home late at night and attempting to cook things.
Wearing strange ensembles.
Never closing the bathroom door.
Talking to your cat. 
Never eating actual proper meals. Small bag of Doritos for dinner, mayhaps?
Being weird.
Take the case of Amy Kennedy, a 28-year-old schoolteacher who lives alone in a two-bedroom apartment:
The effects are noticeable, she said: “I’ve been living alone for six years, and I’ve gotten quirkier and quirkier.”
Among her domestic oddities: running in place during TV commercials; speaking conversational French to herself while making breakfast (she listens to a language CD); singing Journey songs in the shower; and removing only the clothes she needs from her dryer, thus turning it into a makeshift dresser.
“The entire apartment is your room,” Ms. Kennedy said, by way of explanation. “If I leave a bra on the kitchen table, I don’t think much about it.”

I was already weird to begin with.And yes, it is awesome.

lickystickypickywe:

More people are living alone than ever, as a statistic we met recently with great happiness noted. But — prepare yourself — living alone might be making you weird. In The New York Times’, Steven Kurutz sort of went and ruined that joy with his look at the strange things people do when they live alone.

How weird does it get? A few examples from Kurutz’s piece and our own personal experience:

  • Staying up all night.
  • Washing vegetables in the shower.
  • Examining your pores nightly in a mirror.
  • Coming home late at night and attempting to cook things.
  • Wearing strange ensembles.
  • Never closing the bathroom door.
  • Talking to your cat. 
  • Never eating actual proper meals. Small bag of Doritos for dinner, mayhaps?
  • Being weird.

Take the case of Amy Kennedy, a 28-year-old schoolteacher who lives alone in a two-bedroom apartment:


The effects are noticeable, she said: “I’ve been living alone for six years, and I’ve gotten quirkier and quirkier.”

Among her domestic oddities: running in place during TV commercials; speaking conversational French to herself while making breakfast (she listens to a language CD); singing Journey songs in the shower; and removing only the clothes she needs from her dryer, thus turning it into a makeshift dresser.

“The entire apartment is your room,” Ms. Kennedy said, by way of explanation. “If I leave a bra on the kitchen table, I don’t think much about it.”

I was already weird to begin with.
And yes, it is awesome.

(via lickystickypickyshe)


  1. abra-ka-daniel reblogged this from gaddings
  2. bbray reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe and added:
    I was already weird to begin with. And yes, it is awesome.
  3. sempiternalpharoswolf reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe
  4. boscivilian reblogged this from dudeufugly
  5. iamdeathconvoy reblogged this from alienqueenn and added:
    I’ve done almost all of these… and I do not live alone.
  6. randomreblogspeeps reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe and added:
    Hahaha :D
  7. more-about-nothing reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe and added:
    Can’t wait until I can live alone and be weird.
  8. heymell reblogged this from safelycapricious
  9. betteroffteej reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe and added:
    guess I’m not that weird yet!
  10. safelycapricious reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe and added:
    …Teeeeeheeeee
  11. genevaface reblogged this from mytwohands and added:
    this sounds like me. LOL I need to find someone similar so we can retreat into the woods and live in a cabin.
  12. mytwohands reblogged this from fckypym and added:
    What I love most about all of this is this is exactly how I lived alone, and this is exactly how I live with J. Even...
  13. califleurs reblogged this from ssssboyd
  14. i--do--what--i--want reblogged this from url-already-taken and added:
    I do some of these things. But I don’t live alone :/
  15. jabby-wocks reblogged this from url-already-taken and added:
    Lol you better not wash veggies in the shower. That’s a little too weird for me :P I do all that other stuff (minus not...
  16. seymourbuhts reblogged this from lickystickypickyshe and added:
    It let’s you be yourself, be normal.
  17. url-already-taken reblogged this from attempting-temperance and added:
    This is why I need Jabby to move here naow so I can stop doing like half the things on that list… Can I have that couch...
  18. attempting-temperance reblogged this from amneubs and added:
    lickypickystickyfree: More people are living alone than ever, as a statistic we met recently with great happiness...
  19. bamf2me reblogged this from dudeufugly and added:
    I have been known to read novels out loud to my dogs and cats.
  20. reblor reblogged this from eeesh
  21. kidkourt13 reblogged this from lavenderandivy and added:
    Guilty of all of this except talking to a cat (don’t have one). Instead, I talk to everything else. ;)
  22. idol-hands reblogged this from idratherbesailing