Look, we all have quirks. But sometimes, our quirks transcend “mildy odd” and veer into “absolute psycho” territory.
On Reddit, people are sharing all the things that are perfectly legal to do but that can make a person look absurdly dangerous.
And while I’m sure most of these examples are in jest (I have never seen anyone wearing a chicken skin as a mask, and I hope I never do), I’m sure we know people who might trim their lawn with a scissor or stand silently at the side of a dark road just to mess with people. Well, they’re all legal — even though it feels like they shouldn’t be!
“Using both hands to put on Chapstick.” — colummbina
“Walking backwards in public.” — CloudMojos
“Wearing the skin of a roast chicken like a mask.” — penny_lab
“Flying a kite at night.” — Nowforscd
“Stop responding midway thru an irl convo, but maintain eye contact.” — OnlyIce
“Offering candies to kids with a van with homemade logos.” — khanabyss
“Pulling your pants/underwear all the way down to pee at a men’s urinal.” — Sultan_of_Swing92
“Eating a banana with the skin on.” — Nipples_of_Destiny
“Instead of holding the door open (especially at a restaurant with dual double doors) you close them right after you enter/exit the building.” — WiseFool4
“Working out in a suit.” — Poob3
“Eating unwrapped food from inside your pockets.” — Extreme_Today_984
“Trimming your lawn with scissors. Like, calm down, Bob, I haven’t even mown mine in 3 months.” — goodmorningdgrey
“Standing silently at night along a forest road.” — gutprof
“One of the politicians in our country bit into a hotdog side ways and in the middle, like a sandwich. It was so weird that it was in the newspapers the next day. Slow news day obv, but made him look like a nutjob.” — Inflames811
“Casually eating a stick of butter during a business meeting.” — dalv321
“Writing an ‘s’ from the bottom up.” — RedditorRedditor261
“When you just happen to be going to the same place as the car/pedestrian in front of you. It’s even creepier when it’s a long distance and they look behind them and see you.” — supra025
“Smelling clothes at the retail shop. Never buy anything, just smell it.” — JustMeStoppingBy
“Walking around in public with a glass of water from home.” — Bored_Lem0n
“Entering an elevator full of people and not turning to face the door.” — turbo_dragon
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