id·i·o·syn·cra·sy Pronunciation Key
n. pl. id·i·o·syn·cra·sies
A structural or behavioral characteristic peculiar to an individual or group.
List 5 idiosyncrasies of yours:
1. Almost everything I do has a very specific order to it. Showering, for example, goes hair-body-face, in that order. Occasionally, I'll accidentally prep to do something out of order... like put facewash in my hands before I've washed my hair. I'll rinse my hands of the facewash (without using it) and revert back to the correct order.
2. I believe very strongly in some very basic rules of life, and do my best to live by them. Things like "Do unto others...", etc. At the same time, I commonly mention the most important rule: "There is always an exception to the rules."
3. When I get frustrated with something, or angry at someone, I'll have long, drawn out, angry conversations with them in my head... commonly to the point of actualy talking to them. When I finally see them, I've worked out in my head all of their responses and prepped my reactions to their supposed statements to the point where I've already won or lost the argument, no matter how they actually feel about the topic.
4. I'm very nonchalant about things that would bother a lot of people. For example, I don't really get angry if my car gets a dent in it. I end up with a "these things happen" kind of attitude.
5. Despite my supposed success, I have a constant fear that my world is going to come crashing down on me... that someday someone is going to realize that I'm faking all of my skills and that I'm actually quite dumb, and I'll get fired from my job. It's a minorly constant struggle to prove myself to myself, occasionally working to my advantage as motivation to prevent my fear from becoming a reality.
and because i was tagged, i'm tagging these 5: