There are many things we don’t do that everyone considers normal.
Everyone has their do's and don'ts. Sometimes there are many things we don’t do but everyone considers normal. Not doing it doesn’t make us any less special or something bigger; it's just that everyone can’t always be doing the same thing. Our dos and don'ts contribute to the person we are.
For me, there are many things that everyone considers normal, but I don’t do them. For example, I don’t do parties, whether big or small. All of my friends consider parties a normal thing, but when it comes to me, I’d rather use my time to sleep, watch movies, or do other things than attend any party.
Another thing everyone considers normal but I don’t do is sit in the sitting room. It sounds funny, right? Well, I’m the last person you would find in the sitting room.
I sometimes tell myself that the only reason I'll have a sitting room when I build my own house is for visitors and family. I enjoy being alone in the bedroom and the sitting room won’t give me that.
Furthermore, I don’t eat in public. Although I do buy food outside, I prefer takeaway. Eating at a restaurant or in public is something normal, but I feel very uncomfortable doing that. Though I do eat in public when I am left with no choice, it would be a very difficult task to get me to eat in public.
Lastly, watching television is something many people consider normal, but for me, I don’t watch television. Don't get me wrong: I watch movies, but not directly from the television. Television is just like sleeping pills to me.
If you want me to sleep, just put me right in front of the television, and it has been like that since my childhood. It would take me days to watch two-hour movies on television, but with my phone, it won’t take me time.
In conclusion, all of the things I don't do don't make me any better than anyone else. These are things many individuals consider normal, but like I said, everyone has their own dos and don'ts, which make us who we are.