TMI: Too Much Information

I learned the other day that I can sometimes tell when someone flushed the toilet (on the same floor or upstairs) when I’m at someone’s house (if it’s quiet enough to be able to pick that sound out).

I also learned that I can sometimes figure out if someone washed their hands after going to the bathroom. I can’t really pick out the sink water over the toilet flushing but I can tell based up on how long it takes for them to exit the bathroom after flushing.

I’m sorry, but this is…..just a tad bit too much information for me. šŸ˜‰ I’m not too sure I want to know every single time someone goes to the bathroom and when they don’t wash their hands, lol.

On another note. I’m starting to really realize how much of a difference it makes when people point out sounds. I don’t always register that I’m hearing something. Usually someone will ask if I’m hearing something and it takes me a few seconds to realize I’m hearing something. Then they will tell me what I’m hearing. For example, last night, someone pointed out they could hear a friend’s large dog breathing/panting from a few feet away. I didn’t even realize I was hearing this until they pointed it out…then the sound became crystal clear.

3 thoughts on “TMI: Too Much Information

  1. I would like to chat with you, id email you if I could find your email address. I haven't recieved an email from you, try posting your AIM handle as a comment on my blog and ill catch you online soon.

  2. I just had a TMI moment the first day I got my implant activated… the sound of my breathing. It sounds like a whistle! I rather not know when I'm breathing… it's supposed to be automatic and unconscious! Freaky.

  3. Deafdude: Sorry I missed your IM last night!Nabeel: Lol. My breathing still catches me off guard every once in a while. It's crazy to be able to hear yourself breathing.

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