Sunday Tags, Part One – Honest Scrap

 

Image of a sign that says "Honest Scrap"Chris, from A Consequence of Hypoglycemia, awarded me with a tag a while ago very long time ago and the Honest Scrap award.  Thank you Chris!  Here’s how it works.  I am to tell you 10 things about me that you may not know, but that are true, and then I have to tag 10 readers with the award (but I’m going to skip that part, ’cause I’m lame like that).  Here we go!

  1. I hate the “sticky drip”.  This is when the soda fountain on either side of the diet soda drips on my hand as I’m filling my cup.  I always have to find the water spout and rinse it off real quick. But then I feel bad, like I’m washing my hands in the soda fountain, which is gross.
  2. The ketchup bottle better not be empty.
  3. I hate vending machine gum, because it is not the flavor I really want, and usually very hard and crunchy (two things gum should never, ever be).  I still end up buying and chewing it though, because I’m desperate (mild oral fixation anyone?).
  4. I like to drink an ice cold diet soda while I’m chewing my gum.  I don’t know what it is, but I like how it makes the gum almost freeze up, and then as I keep chewing the flavor comes back out as it warms.
  5. I say “Great post” a lot when I comment on your blogs.  A lot.  But I sincerely mean it. Every time.
  6. I once had to use my trusty swiss army pocket knife to pick the little lock on a public restroom toilet paper dispenser.  The damn thing malfunctioned at a critical time, and I had to do what I had to do.
  7. Speaking of public restrooms, those fancy Dyson “AirBlade” hand dryers are bad ass, and I wish I had a big one at home that I could walk through after showering.
  8. I love people watching.  When I’m feeling blue, I need to get out to a mall or some bright and active place.  That usually makes me feel a little better, at least for a while.
  9. I have a bad habit of leaving restaurants with their cups (full of diet coke, of course).  I do however leave the ketchup, just in case dook is next to sit at that table.  🙂
  10. I once bought the same book twice because at the bookstore I remembered I wanted to read it, but didn’t remember that I had already bought it and that it was in my bookshelf.
That’s all I got folks!  Chris, my bad on the uber long delay dude.

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Scott K. Johnson

Patient voice, speaker, writer, advocate. Living life with diabetes and telling my story. Patient Success Manager, USA for mySugr (All opinions expressed are my own and do not necessarily represent the position of my employer).

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