A while back my blogger friend CrankyPutz wrote an article with some confessions. I decided to put a list of confessions together about myself with things that most people probably won’t already know about me (I’ve tried to make them as embarrassing as possible).
Here are 10 confessions of an “Environmentorontotalitarianist”
- I love watching Judge Judy. When I was a kid I watched her all the time, and every time Han and I eat dinner, I always check to see if Judge Judy is on.
- When I fly, I always sit near the back of the plane. (But not too far away from the emergency exit) Aviation crash survivors always seem to be the people sitting near the back of the plane.
- Sometimes I neglect my toenails – I will frequently cut my fingernails 3 or 4 times before I trim my toenails. I should have put this in my list of New Years Resolutions.
- My favourite alcohol drink is a Malibu pineapple or a Pina Colada. Or any other mixed drink with a pineapple flavour.
- I have a fear of heart failure – When I was younger, my normal sleeping position was on my stomach. When I entered my twenties, I developed a fear of heart failure, so I no longer sleep on my stomach anymore. Weird eh?
- In the winter, I wear my winter hiking boots everywhere I go – Ever since I purchased these boots this winter I wear them with every clothing combination, including with dress pants. Sometimes practicality trumps style.
- I had a “blankie” until I was around 10 years old. I still miss that blankie to this day. It was so soft (It was also ripped to shreds by the time I gave it up).
- I haven’t been to a hairdresser for a year and a half – There are 2 reasons for this 1) I couldn’t find a good hairdresser within the relative vicinity of my home, and 2) Every time I get someone else to cut it, my ears drop 4 inches and my girlfriend would call me “Dumbo the Elephant”. When I cut it myself, I can contain the silly “fresh haircut” look.
- Sometimes I’ll watch Desperate Housewives with Han. Enough said.
- When I was in college, instead of walking 20 minutes (or biking 5 minutes) to my school campus, I paid $250 each semester to park at the campus (With a Jeep no less!). So I evidently wasn’t always an Urban Environmentalist!!