It’s a great big world, full of lots of different people who approach life in their own way. That said, there are certain universals that we all learn how to do from an early age: how to eat, how to walk, tying shoes, that sort of thing. Apparently these things are somehow subject to interpretation. Some people answered a query on Ask Reddit about the normal, regular task that they do completely differently than the way the rest of us do—and they’re totally fine with that.
I eat muffins upside down (turning them upside down, not myself), they just seem to taste better that way.
Click the mouse. In recent months I have tried to switch over to doing it normally, but for my whole life I have put my thumb on left click and index finger on right click.
I apparently make mac & cheese weird. While the noodles are boiling I make the sauce in the bowl I plan to eat out of, and then add the noodles to that. Keeps the pot from getting all cheesy so it’s easier to wash and gives me something to do while the noodles are cooking.
Honestly, sometimes I like to sit in the shower. Been told that’s pretty weird. I call it shathing. I love to shath.