By Scott Roeben
I don't floss every single day.
On a real sunny day, sometimes I'll put on a Number 6 sunscreen rather than a Number 10.
On escalators, I rarely use the handrails.
When I make mashed potatoes, I stop mashing before all the lumps are out.
I don't keep medicine in a "cool, dry place."
Nearly every day I run around the house carrying scissors.
I once put a quarter in a newspaper machine, and took TWO newspapers.
I often change lanes without using my blinker.
Recently, while grocery shopping, I decided not to buy a bag of potato chips...and I left it in the frozen food section.
I've looked directly at an eclipse.
More than once I've gotten off on the right side of a horse.
When I use a saw, I don't use U.L. tested safety goggles.
I once told a guy on a Harley Davidson that he was on my foot.
I've gone swimming only five minutes after I've eaten.
I sing without warming up.
More often than not, I cross the street without looking both ways. Well, you know, rural streets. And usually at 2 a.m.
I've bought breath mints without checking the price.
Occasionally, when I leave a room, I leave the lights on.
I have used my hairdryer with the water running--in the other room.
I've clipped my fingernails by candlelight.
When I was younger, I stepped on the cracks in the sidewalk. (Of course, my mother's really paying for that now...)
When a cashier makes a mistake in my favor, as long as its not over a dollar, I don't say anything.
I've spit into the wind.
I've eaten yellow snow.
I've taken candy from strangers.
When I color, I don't stay in the lines.
On occasion, I don't use return address labels.
Sometimes when I take a test, I use a Number 1 pencil.