Over the weekend, I was flipping through the Sunday paper and came across an article about common household nuances. I found myself totally relating to each and every one of the items on the list, as Jay and I seem to do almost all of them in our own, “special” way.
A lot of the items on the list we didn’t realize we were so different with until we first moved in together, almost four years ago (WOW) so it’s definitely been interesting and fun to see all of our little quirks along the way. Luckily, there isn’t too much left to surprise us, but then again, you never know!
Remember when Jay and I had the heated toilet paper debate? We still argue about that one all the time.
If you want to check out the whole list, you can check it out here on one of my favorite local blogs, but I thought it would be fun to pick out a few of them and have us share our thoughts on them here (plus, I’m also curious to see how many people will agree with my way to put the toilet paper on the roll!) For the Q&A’s below, I put a ‘C’ next to my answers and a ‘J’ next to Jay’s answers.
How do you fold your towels?
- Vertically, in thirds, then in half (J)
- In quarters (C)
When folding (clean) socks, do you…
- Ball them up by folding over the ankles (C)
- Fold them in half (J)
When cooking, do you…
- Clean as you go
- Clean up at the end (C & J)
At meal time, do you…
- Skip around and eat a little of this and a little of that (C)
- Eat all the items on your plate one-by-one (J)
Now, where do you stand?!?