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  • Brooke Hammons

    Nerd Quirk #103....way too true in my life!! *sigh* now to replace my favorite book

  • Magen Romania

    Nerd Quirk - This was me every single night of a Harry Potter book release. Never failed. Finished each book in one straight shot!

  • Helena

    #nerdquirk 158: Your favourite books have a shrine on your bookshelf and must always be in the right order

  • Tasha Art

    nerd quirk, So true, one of my pet peeves.

  • Jennifer Palabay

    Nerd Quirks they're so funny, cause some of them are so true

  • Tails F

    this is to funny "When I was about nine, I tried to run away from home. I took my Harry Potter books and my bear. Later on when things had calmed down, my mom laughed at me and told me people normally take a clothes and food." I love this person.

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every time. I think this is an INTJ thing. I don't know anyone else who 'gets' this!

I don't know if I'm just tired or if this stuff is actually funny because I cannot stop laughing

I get scared when I have to sneeze while driving.

Why do stupid things like this make me laugh so!? haha

Nerd Quirk #43: You keep all your old materials from previous classes with the justification that "they might come in handy someday"

But then I would feel bad so the guilt would win out but would feel worse when I didn't get it back. I always made sure to give them my least favorite one though.

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LOL never thought about it before but it's totally true how you're perception of leftovers changes with age