But this one is hard for me to identify as to the mentality or reasoning behind it. Here is the issue:
When reading articles - be it on the internet, in a magazine, informational booklets, etc, I find myself starting at the end of the article. And if I like what I've read, I'll move to the next paragraph above it, and so on and so on. Many times I'll almost read 3/4 of the article backwards and wonder why I didn't just start from the beginning. This happens almost 9 out of 10 times.
Anyone else out there with this little irritating eccentricity?
Or better yet, anyone else out there that can tell me the psycho analysis behind it? Is it because I'm impatient? Untrusting? Arrogant - need to make sure it is worth my time? Just extra cool? That's probably it. Any wise (or sarcastic) insight is gladly welcomed. Any other weirdos out there? Don't be shy.
p.s. I also ritually crack all of my toes before I fall asleep, among other things. But that's just a bad habit - no analysis needed.