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. I am instantly absorbed by any video screen in my line of sight, no matter what it's showing.
2. I have total suspension of disbelief when watching a show. No matter how bad the story, acting, or effects are, I'm there. As a result, I tend to avoid horror movies, though I have had friends take me to some and set popcorn on my lap, just to see how far it would go.
3. I'm a compulsive reader. I read as much text as I can. The only time I tailgate is when I'm trying to read someone's bumper stickers.
4. I take the longest showers in the known world, apparently because I zone out while standing under the water (They don't feel long to me). Friends have been known to plan their day around when I'll make it out of the shower.
5. I'm a multitool whore. I won't get particularly thrilled about the average device, but show me a combination blackhead remover/nose hair groomer, and I'll start to get chills.
From here, I'll tag: