Maybe it's just me.
Sometimes, when the escalator is out of order, after I start walking I begin to think that it's actually moving backwards. I suddenly become really tired and nauseous. I also become paranoid that I went up the wrong one.
Every time I hear the clicker for a car's turning signal I think it goes clickCLICKclickCLICK, with each alternate click having a slightly higher pitch than the other. In reality there's no difference between the click's. It's just clickclickclickclick. If I try hard enough I can alternate how I perceive this, but eventually I get a massive headache. I never understood this phenomenon.
Sometimes I think I'm actually retarded and everyone else feels so bad for me that they continually lie to me and try to make me feel better. No one can convince me otherwise.
As a kid I rarely raced raindrops in the car, but I still pretty much always pick one or two drops and try to weave them in and out of power lines and trees by twisting my head. I do this with stains on the windshield as well. Little did I realize as a kid that I looked ridiculous while doing it.
Sometimes, when I randomly notice someone performing a minuscule action, I end up perceiving it in the same way an alien would analyze it. For example, such as taking a sip from a cup of coffee, I think, "This is how a human drinks." I don't know why, but this happens when I least expect it, but usually when I'm just bored.
I think I might make actual facial expressions or move my lips while imagining conversations in my head. This worries me.
I used to wake up to my phone alarm in the morning, until I realized that the sound it makes is more frequent than I expected. Every time I hear that sound my heart stops and my spine gets a sharp pain. I can only wake up to radio alarms now.
Sometimes I chew food to the beat of a song stuck in my head.
Sometimes I'm feeling lazy and kind of skimp out of my blog post for the day.