For example, I feel so passionately about eggs it literally has the ability to make or break my day. I’m talking supermarket, carton, chicken laid eggs… “Wtf?” you may be thinking so let me explain. It has become borderline OCD that I check how many chickens per hectare a farm has before I’ll EVER purchase produce from them. The ‘free range’ label in Australia (where I live) is so loose you may aswell buy caged.
I’m not vegan (clearly lol), nor am I vegetarian but what I hate more than anything is being fed misinformation. Anyone who knows me will know that I need every piece of inormation on every little thing that ever goes on in my life, or I fume.
Sorry, but 10,000 chickens per hectare is NOT what I expect paying more for free range eggs. I want that thing up at 6 doing yoga then able to decide if it even wants to see it’s friends that day- before being tucked into bed by a farmer with a smile and a wife that bakes.
I feel bad for anyone who buys free range eggs and think they’re doing something good because frankly, they bein’ lied to! Moral of the story, please google before you next buy eggs.
Believe me, the egg sitch is one of the least random things I’m OCD about (I need help). When I was young I would cry if someone untucked my hospital cornered bed sheets, even to sleep.
One of my phobias is walking in the kitchen barefoot and any crumbs touching my feet. I CAN’T STAND ripe pears, they have to be rock hard for me to eat. I have to wear shoes in the Ocean in case a crab nips my toe, and I can only ever have 2 ice cubes in a fizzy drink.
Safe to say everyone has their quirks. What are yours? Facebook me!
Author: Miah Kennett – Editor, JETmag
I cannot write an accurate bio because I like just about everything… which makes it bloody hard for me to settle down, or make any form of decision actually. I ALWAYS bite off more than I can chew and I LOVE it, even though I know I’m a hot mess. I’m very sensitive, get excited WAY too easily, have an irrational fear of crocodiles, and I watch a Disney movie at least once a week.