Who would have thought there were so many things we do every day that we don't even know we are doing?
We all know someone who calls out your little quirks and habits, and once you see them, it's hard to unsee them.
Whether it's tapping your foot, playing with your hair or awkwardly overusing finger guns, we all have our own little habits.
Reddit users came clean and shared their own, some more common than others.
A few... well you'll just have to read for yourself.
“Complain, it was brought to my attention in high school. Once I was told, I noticed how often I did it; then forced myself to stop.
Not saying I don’t ever complain, I just do it significantly less.
Stopping really did make life better.” –Inamevoid
Some people truly just aren’t aware of how much they do complain. It’s a pretty annoying thing to do subconsciously.
“Someone once told me I walk funny (like don’t swing my arms properly or something). And now I can’t walk normally because I remember being told I walk oddly.
So this causes me to try to walk properly which is sort of like when you breathe manually. My walking just becomes significantly less normal.” –1MajorFlaw
Okay, this is a weird phenomenon to me. Once someone points out that something is weird or off, you overthink it and then it becomes even weirder. How do we make this stop?!
“Every time I take a clean cup out of the cupboard I smell it first before using it.
Not something I really noticed until my mum asked me why once when I was visiting.” –Glenn10
Now I’m going to be paranoid and smell every cup I pick up. What does a clean cup even smell like? I guess I’ll find out.
“I touch my hair A-LOT. I’ve seen it in videos of me playing sports, my friends and family have told me I always do it but I just don’t realize.” –dogsandmakeup
This is a common habit for a lot of girls. I’m always twirling or flipping my hair and I really don’t even realize it until I get home and my hair looks like its been electrocuted.
“Sit with the collar of the tee shirt I’m wearing in my mouth, so it covers my chin, when I’m working on my laptop.
Someone pointed it out, and now I have to stop myself from doing it.” –Flaming_bort
I think if I saw someone sucking on the collar of their shirt I’d be a little weirded out. Then you have to walk around all day with a damp collar? Yikes.