It’s not everyday that you are invited to discuss your peculiarities.
Now its important to note that in the limited space I have here to, in some cases, state my particular quirk or fetish, I shall summarise said situation so as not to incriminate nor create a false or in some cases possibly true life account of myself.
Quirks I have many. Who doesn’t?
I like to wear a particular type of cap when I drive and feel quite naked when I don’t. I have worn one out after becoming more attached to it than I should.
I washed it one day only to discover it was so old the machine wash resulted in holes in my cap that weren’t there before which led to my daughter threatening to throw it in the bin if I didn’t get rid of it. It was a sensible suggestion I just don’t like parting with things.
When I write I like to do so at my kitchen table with music playing. The TV is turned off and music will play while I compose. It just seems the right place to be when I write.
As for fetishes well where to begin. I have a foot fetish, I really do, I look at people’s feet. It doesn’t matter whether or not they have polish on them or not it’s the shape I am looking at.
Like most things some people have better looking feet than others. Males seem to have square feet and women come in a variety of shapes and sizes. I do find women’s feet far more attractive than male feet, but of course you could argue it’s all in the eye of the beholder and all that.
So should you see me in the street and notice I am looking down its just me checking out your feet. Don’t worry I wont fall to my knees and start touching or caressing them, that would just be weird, right?
As for conversations with friends, well so often they are absurd conversations, which probably suggests something in terms of the number of friends I have.
You’re looking well.
Ok, bit of a twinge.
I had a twinge once.
In my back.
Behind you now?
Oh yes, all good.
Think it will rain?
Do you think it will rain?
I brought my umbrella.
I had an umbrella once.
Yes a crocodile ate it.
They’ll do that.
I’ll see you then.
I am good at these in-depth conversations. My mates and I can go on for hours discussing world issues and not only that but solving them.
So you can see I am a person of diversifications.
As my mum used to say: “You don’t have to be mad to part of this family. But it sure helps.”