Book Tag Saturday; Why I am Weird Tag

I came across the Why I am Weird Tag over at Emily the Book Nerd. The tag was originally made by DellyBird on Twitter and the blog can be found here.

“Why I am Weird” Tag rules
List ten weird things about yourself, your life, or silly habits that you wouldn’t normally share.
Tag up to ten people so you can get to know them better.
Link back to the person who tagged you & the creator
Comment on the posts of people you tagged!

Here's some of my weirdness
  1. I can easily eat mashed potatoes and only mashed potatoes for dinner, if it's made from scratch by real potatoes.
  2. I rarely watch movies anymore. I can't even remember when I last saw one and what movie it was.
  3. I don't want kids. In today's society it makes me weird. Don't get me wrong, if anyone wants kids, feel free to have them. Just don't be rude toward those of us who don't want them.
  4. I have a dislike towards shopping for clothes. If there is anything I need, I prefer shopping online, but if I shop at brick and mortar shops, I try to be as quick as possible to get out of my mistery. Book shopping is a different matter altogether. :-P
  5. Even as someone in my 30's, I still love Scooby Doo.
  6. I prefer eating fish and seafood over other types of meat.
  7. I don't eat pork at all. Yeah, not even bacon.
  8. I prefer big and giant-sized dogs over the toy/miniature-sized. I'll hang out with Leonbergers, German Shepherds and Bernese Mountain Dogs anytime.
  9. I'm an eclectic witch (yeah, now I'm finally out of the broom closet).
  10. I dream of living in a cabin-style house, isolated in the woods/mountains.

Comments

  1. We’re basically the same person! My ultimate goal is to live in a log cabin with a bunch of giant dogs. I also hate clothes shopping and love mashed potatoes.

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    1. Mashed potoatoes, log cabin and a bunch of giant dogs for the win. :-)

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