I have been researching my next article and this jumped out at me as it had me horrified and amused at the same time realising that I do many of these things on the list!
Would you class any of these things weird behaviour and can you add anything to the list that you do in private?
The main one for me was the one when you worry about dropping your phone in water any time you are near it (bathroom) I have this thought often!
This list made me laugh ... I have found myself more or less in every item that has to do with music and conversation which take place in my head. I would perhaps add a moment when I run for the bus and get into him breathless i have a feeling that everyone is watching me.
I also walk around the hosue in circles whilst on the phone we humans are a weird species!
Its like if you fall over in the street and you get up and think that everyone is looking at you haha and thankfully I dont jave to get the bus nay longer howeer I feel your pain on that one!
I can identify with the falling in public. Also I thought of that moment when you're taking a conversation in your head and make a face clearly visible.
I do this! Especially when you are debating something in your head and then you realise that your thoughts had leaked out into your expressions
I also get territorial over my seat in class, I find the psychology behind that interesting!
You got me interested about that. If you're in the mood to fill me in a little bit of that?
I can identify with a few of these but I'm not saying which ones
Scottish Chick, I've found recently that when I'm typing, if I add an emoji, at the very moment I add it I pull the corresponding face. I'm amused at myself, but wish I could stop it!
You made me laugh! I tried it out and put an emoji in and I don't mimic the expression but it's not a bad thing as it's a facial feedback hypothesis so therefore a happy emoji would make you happy!
In class after say about the first week or 2 and I have established where my permanent seat is then another student comes in and sits In 'my' seat results in me getting territorial There must be a psychological reason for it?
Haha! We are creatures of habit, aren't we?
Perhaps, rather than territorial, your usual seat has become your "safe" seat. I bet you find that everyone else does the same so every lecture you are surrounded by the same people. So you feel comfortable with that because you know what and who to expect when you sit there.
Hahaha we misunderstood I thought you'd know the reason so you could help me understand