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As he looked down at his sleeping wife of 25 years, feeling both attraction and revulsion, Henry began to think about the role habit had come to play in both their lives.
The creature of habit edged along the still water, unsure of its next move.
The creature of habit had encountered men before, but since being alarmed was not part of his habit, his gaze shifted back to the water.
“I don’t trust lawyers,” Henry told his friend, “but only because of their bathroom habits.”
You can pick your nose and you can pick your friends, but you can’t pickle your friends nose.
“I put on my left sock, my right sock, my right shoe and then my left shoe—that’s just the way it is, and I really don’t want to ever hear anyone comment on it, so please don’t say a word, even now.”
Sara couldn’t explain her feline tendencies but she was content to perch on top of the refrigerator.
The chief took the discovery of abandoned marbles quite seriously.
Mr. Kaufman, a high school choir teacher, was normally so absorbed in his own conversations that he couldn’t hear someone standing right beside him yelling bloody murder, but one day when on the other side of a crowded noisy room another teacher mentioned his ex wife he stopped what he was doing, raised an imaginary shotgun, and shot the student he was discussing pitch with in the chest, yelling “BANG,” then, “sorry, old habits”
When I met ‘mrs. ‘mouse, I was shocked to discover that she ate pears all wrong - biting off the stem and then working down from the top - but lately I’ve begun doing the same (when no one is looking).
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