For some reason, I was thinking about how to hide a treasure map. It’s not like I have a treasure in need of hiding. Anyway, I came up with a revolutionary idea.
You can shave your head and then have the treasure map tattooed on you bald head. Eventually, your hair will grow back and hide the tattoo from the world.
Of course, you would have to become a recluse during the hair growing process in order to keep the map a secret. You would also have to get the map tattooed in such a way that you could navigate while using a mirror, since it’s on top of your head.
I found this idea rather intriguing and thought about putting a treasure map tattoo on my own head. The only thing is, I’m not thrilled about being bald. I don’t know how long it would take for all my hair to grow back, so I think I will pass on this tattoo idea.
I replace my socks every six to nine months, because they start to feel stiff and crusty. My family finds this weird. They say they’ve never heard of such a thing.
I like my socks to be soft and fuzzy. However, that new sock feeling doesn’t last forever. When the socks start getting stiff, it really annoys me. I find it irritating.
Maybe, it’s just me. Maybe, I am weird.
I make a to-do list, so I can remember what needs to be done in a day. If I end up doing something that wasn’t on the list, I will add it to the list, so I can mark it off the list.
It sounds weird, but it helps me feel like I accomplished more during the day.
Does anyone else add things to their list, just so they can mark them off the list? Maybe it’s just me. Maybe I’m weird.
Ben gets himself into weird positions sometimes. He looks happy with himself, but that looks like an odd and uncomfortable position to me.
I guess you have to be dog to understand.
Over the years, I have found myself saying strange things to my dogs.
- It’s not nice to eat your friend’s friend.
- I know you love your brother, but please don’t pee on him.
- What’s got your fur all in a wad?
- It’s time to put on your big boy collar.
- Stop fighting over dirt!
Someone asked me the other day, “Who is your favorite author?”
I thought about it for a minute and I don’t have a favorite author. That sounds weird, since I love to read.
I read all kinds of books. I enjoy the classics, popular novels, history, science, psychology, religion, economics, personal development, and even financial management books.
What do you think? Am I just weird? Do you have a favorite author?
For all the rebels and the free-spirits out there, follow your unique path and make history.