There comes a time after you get married (I wouldn’t know, but I’m just assuming lol) where your weirdness slowly starts to creep out. Well, I’m gonna do my future husband a favor and just let it all out at once haha 😉 I present to you, the 15 most important things my husband NEEDS to know about me if he wants to survive. Muahahahahaha!
- I once stole a shopping cart from a store and pushed it 2 miles back to my dorm while studying abroad in Turkey (in my defense we had a lot of groceries, it was over 100°F out, and we were exhausted/fasting).
- Apple cider vinegar smells like feet to me and is the bane of my existence.
- In 7th grade, I broke my foot by dropping a shampoo bottle on it (2 days before a trip overseas).
- Mango juice and strawberry milkshakes are the way to my heart (and washing the dishes).
- I am a picture hoarder (you never know when you might need to pull up the 3 billion pictures of your cat).
- I have a taste aversion to Taco Bell (sorry bro, can’t ever go there. at least not with me)
- The best pick up line I’ve ever heard was “Do you like free food?” (That should already tell you a lot about me off the bat).
- I say ‘duck’ tape instead of ‘duct tape’ and ‘sherbert’ instead of ‘sherbet’.
- According to one of my friends, my face feels like pudding and I use too much moisturizer (I apologize for my friend’s lack of boundaries).
- I never know how to pronounce ‘Oberweis’ from “Oberweis Ice Cream” (everyone I ask says something different!)
- I give my cat a shower twice a year.
- 2:17 is my favorite time (it is so randomly exquisite).
- Caffeine does not work on me. I can drink a whole cup of coffee or an entire can of pop and go right to sleep.
- I hate the following words and phrases: cool beans, totes, adorbs, perf, slay, yaaaas!, on fleek, can’t even (learn to speak like an educated adult people! have a shred a dignity!)
- I used to be afraid of geese (USED TO BE).
So there you have it Mimi. Wish him luck, he’s gonna need it.
Sometimes, I pretend to be normal, but it gets boring. So I go back to being me.