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I can make this "U" with the very front of my tongue by curling the sides of the tongue up and down

I can curl my little finger on top of my ring finger on top of my middle finger on top of my index finger

My wife seems to be amazed by these sorts of stupid things because she couldn't do them
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nanikore2 wrote:

I can make this "U" with the very front of my tongue by curling the sides of the tongue up and down

I can curl my little finger on top of my ring finger on top of my middle finger on top of my index finger

My wife seems to be amazed by these sorts of stupid things because she couldn't do them


Remeber when i was in school and i used my fingers to do this:



They all found it soooo interesting. I to this day cant understand whats so glorious about it.
Posted 7/23/16
Drawing semi-realistic people.

Eating liverwurst sandwiches.

Watching gory movies (I have friends who won't even look at the screen).
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nanikore2 wrote:

I can make this "U" with the very front of my tongue by curling the sides of the tongue up and down

I can curl my little finger on top of my ring finger on top of my middle finger on top of my index finger

My wife seems to be amazed by these sorts of stupid things because she couldn't do them


I do the same stuff to my husband, but I don't think he's amazed. More like, "How did I end up with this woman....". lol
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Running sub 50 minute 10 km runs. I in all my 28 years of life have never understood why even my fellow soldiers find this difficult.
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Being able to tell the difference between your, you're, they're, their and so forth. I just don't understand why some people find it so difficult to tell the difference between these homophones.
My biggest grammatical peeve would be pet and pat, I see a lot of professional writings and company signs, saying, "Pet this animal", in my head I'm screaming, "No, for god's sake, it's PAT, pet is a noun and not a verb".
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xxxAnime_lover123xxx wrote:

Being able to tell the difference between your, you're, they're, their and so forth. I just don't understand why some people find it so difficult to tell the difference between these homophones.
My biggest grammatical peeve would be pet and pat, I see a lot of professional writings and company signs, saying, "Pet this animal", in my head I'm screaming, "No, for god's sake, it's PAT, pet is a noun and not a verb".

The verb pet is usually inflected petted in the past tense and as a past participle. This has been the case for as long as the word has been a verb (about 500 years).
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Cooking. I find it really easy yet most people I know struggle with it.
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xxxAnime_lover123xxx wrote:

Being able to tell the difference between your, you're, they're, their and so forth. I just don't understand why some people find it so difficult to tell the difference between these homophones.
My biggest grammatical peeve would be pet and pat, I see a lot of professional writings and company signs, saying, "Pet this animal", in my head I'm screaming, "No, for god's sake, it's PAT, pet is a noun and not a verb".


Your wrong.

Dude, youre book was good.

*TrollFace*
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For me it's basic mental math.

Figuring out how much to tip? Easy just remove the very last digit off the bill and double whatever's left over (oh right and move the decimal point up one).

Sales tax? Depends on the state but 6% over here so 6 cents on the $, 3 cents on the half dollar, always round up those 99 and 49 cents to 50 and 100 respectfully you'll be nearly on the money in your bill estimates every time.

I tend to do this all in my head without a calculator and unless there's a sale I don't know about or the sale has expired I'm always within a few cents of the bill.
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Cleaning and touching dirty spots in the house. Not a germ freak either.
Talking to people in public or meeting complete strangers. I don't quite understand the whole idea of awkwardness.
It's always the other person that gets awkward around me.
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Thinking.
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Thinking.


I also fancy thinking.
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27 / F / England
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Singing.

It seems weird to me that someone can't just think of the note they'd like to sing... and then sing it.
I have no issue with people who can't sing - I'm just fascinated by them and I've always wanted to know what it's like.
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Maths and trampolining!
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