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    I usually shave in the morning and if there was a clock in the bathroom I would worry how late I was going to be to work and not strop at all.
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    Ya....It's usually like that. Strop it as fast as you can while the hot water meets the tap.
    Rinse out the sink, get after it!
    Except weekends sometimes!
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    I sort of/sometimes count laps in sets of ten. When I don't feel like that, I just strop for a couple of minutes until I'm tired of doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawler View Post
    Or if you have numerical oriented OCD ...
    I count every single lap. Stropping or honing. I count the number of strokes for each length in the pool when I swim. I thought I was normal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cau View Post
    I count every single lap. Stropping or honing. I count the number of strokes for each length in the pool when I swim. I thought I was normal...
    Lol, it is a matter of severity. And sometimes, dyslexia! I have mild dyslexia, so repetitive counting, especially when done in conjunction with another task, greatly decreases in accuracy as the count grwos higher & higher! My dyslexia is mostly affected/affects numbers. Luckily, my A.D.D. does not include much, if any, OCD symptoms... as can sometimes be the case.
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