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Did you wash your hands?
Set the alarm clock?
Lock the front door?
Better yet: Do you like even numbers? Do you fold all of your trash neatly into squares? Do you count steps? Do you carry a bottle of hand sanitizer with you at all times? Everyone has his or her own neuroses. On a routine trip to the office bathroom, Lianna Kong discovered one of hers: "How could I possibly pee with my coworker sitting right next to me doing her business?" And, in that quiet moment of panic, iamneurotic.com was born.
i am neurotic (and so are you) is a smorgasbord of anonymous confessions that reveal people's deepest, strangest, and funniest compulsions—quirks that are triggered in the boardroom, the bedroom, and everywhere in between.
A Look Inside i am neurotic (and so are you) (Click on Images to Enlarge)
|Purple Stains||Eating Habits||Rubik's Cube|
I love the website and bought the book to support the author. :)Published 1 month ago by Crystal Singh
Cute little book of photos detailing people's quirks and neuroses. I am not without quirks (which we won't go into at this time) but nothing leapt out as being "Omigod, that's me! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ennie
Hysterical!! I used it in my Creative Writing Classes, and my students had a blast coming up with their own neuroses.Published on November 8, 2013 by Amy Isaman
Totally found myself relating to many different things. I felt like this is kind of along the lines of post-secret.Published on January 8, 2013 by Alicia
My family is full of people diagnosed with mental issues, and this speaks to the crazy person inside of me. Read morePublished on October 12, 2012 by Author Denise Kawaii
A must-have for every neurotic. If you can't see yourself in at least 10 of the examples, you're in denial. Very entertaining - and true!Published on August 27, 2012 by Sylvia Soares
While more than a few of these hilarious admissions were very familiar, there were definitely enough outrageous quirks to make me feel sane.Published on August 2, 2012 by Jamie Filpi
I found a few in here that I do. It's good to know i'm not the only crazy person in the world. Really enjoyed this book. I read it in about 30 minutes.Published on December 6, 2011 by hannahc
Book review by Richard L. Weaver II, Ph.D.
This is not the kind of book I pick up. This is not the kind of book I read. Read more