1. I pop Jordan's zits. I refuse to feel gross about this. I like popping zits. It gives me a satisfied feeling.
2. I am a messy person at home. I take clothes off and throw them around anywhere. But I am super organized at school (work). I have an inbox and an outbox for each class I teach to keep all my papers organized. My desk is almost always clear. I use a lesson planbook and I usually input grades as soon as I get them (same day). But at home, I leave dirty dishes on the coffee table. It's weird.
3. This is a newer development, but you know the slogan "what would you do for a Klondike bar?" Well, I would do anything for a Twix. Recently I really can't seem to get enough of them. I could eat at least one a day.
4. I don't really care for wearing jeans and a t-shirt. I know for a lot of people it's what you like to relax in, and for some it's all that they ever wear, but I own all these t-shirts that I really like (either they are funny or they are of a band I like, or a souvenirs from an event I like, but I never like to wear them). I would prefer jeans and a nice top, or even something a little dressier (this is also newer, I was never like this in high school and even most of college).
5. Our cat says "fuck" all the time. You know how some people talk for their animals? My mom does it for our dog and it drives my sister nuts. Mom will talk to Koko, and then answer in "Koko's voice" and Michele will say "She didn't say that! Dogs don't talk!" Well, anyway, Jordan and I make Snickers talk all the time, and lately he's become very condescending and vulgar. And also slightly British. He'll say things like "Fucking humans," "What the fuck?" "Fuck you" and "I don't fucking think so." You know how cats are.
6. Unlike most teachers, I hate dress codes and would prefer that a dress code simply said, "Dress nicely and modestly. The staff decides what nicely and modestly is. Majority rules." Then just deal with students on a case-by-case basis. It's impossible, I know, but at least it wouldn't be arbitrary like all dress codes are now.
Okay, I tag whoever wants to do this. I'm a lazy tagger.