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Habits/traits that you have picked up from your parents?

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What are some of the things you do the same?

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My mum would always leave a lime/lemon in the washing up bowl now I do the same.

When I was a smoor boy and going shopping with my mum she would always double bag even when she didn't need to - now I do the same.

My dad's love of cooking (and drink) I'm just the same

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I dnt buy sliced hard dough or brown bread from the bakery even tho it might make more sense

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I breed staffordshire bull terriers

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Helping/interacting with strangers -mum

 

Agriculture, plants - mum

 

Love of machinery, planes, buildings - dad

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Doing things last minute - mum

Being able to chat shit in all kinds of situations - dad

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Smiling and saying hello to strangers

I also attract mentally ill people on the exact way she does

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I'm abit obsessive compulsive when it comes to creaming my hands, don't go anywhere without some sort of lotion with me. every room of the house has got a bottle in it. I don't think its weird (obviously i wouldn't) some people do though.  

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Shirking responsibility must have came from my dad, heathly eating and gardening / growing stuff from the mother.

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I frequently sit at desks with my thumb beneath my jaw and my index finger vertically beside my eye. People always point out when me and dad do this at the same time.

 

I sit with my legs crossed at the ankles and I flick my pinky toes together. People always point out when me and mum do this in sync.

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Incredibly generous - Mum/Grandma

 

Observant - Dad

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so I cook a big pot of food, then microwave the same thing over and over until it runs out, spanning over 2-3 days.

 

when my dad's wife went on holiday, he told me he was doing the same thing.

 

both agree cooking something different every day is long. 

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so I cook a big pot of food, then microwave the same thing over and over until it runs out, spanning over 2-3 days.

 

when my dad's wife went on holiday, he told me he was doing the same thing.

 

both agree cooking something different every day is long. 

 

Freeze them shits bruh. Ice cream tub

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nah, I keep the containers when I buy chinese

 

:ghost: and buy chinese when I'm lose on containers

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Shirking responsibility must have came from my dad,

 

truss 

 

like my mum i guess im abit of an arsehole

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im on the verge of being an alcoholic, defo get that from the old man

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Mother - polite and classy

Father - happy go lucky storyteller who loves his food and likes a drink ;)

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Emotionless, stubborn, take no shit, confidence - dad

Generosity, poor time keeping, cooking - mum

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eat too fast - mum

 

womaniser - dad

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Not asking for help, with anything, even when I need it... Get pissed off when people ask me for favours or assistance when I haven't or made insinuation towards offering help - dad

Extreme humbleness/politeness to the point of absurdity - mum

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My temper.

It's mad like my dad's.

My cooking ability is Nang like his also.

I put tissue in the toilet to prevent splash back. He told me that.

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