I’m sorry for acting weird, but I have a good excuse. I’ve been diagnosed with a condition called “being a human.” It’s a rare condition, but it explains a lot. For example, it explains why I sometimes walk around with my head in the clouds, why I sometimes forget to put on pants, and why I sometimes say things that don’t make any sense. I know it’s not always easy to deal with someone with this condition, but I promise I’m doing the best I can. So, if I act weird, just know that it’s not you, it’s me. And I’m sorry.
We all have our moments when we act a little weird. Sometimes it’s hard to explain why we act the way we do, but usually there’s a perfectly good excuse for it.
Here is a list of excuses for acting weird:
- You’re just hungry.
- You’re tired and not feeling well.
- You woke up on the wrong side of the bed.
- The person you’re with makes you nervous, and you don’t know how to act.
- You are bored and when you get bored, you do weird things to entertain yourself.
- Someone dared you to act weird and you hardly ever turn down a good dare.
- Your blood sugar is low. Get this person a Snickers bar!
- Someone spiked your drink.
- You’re a lightweight and accidentally got drunk at lunch time.
- You’re hungover. Again, you’re a lightweight.
- You drank too much coffee.
- You’re on a new medication and haven’t adjusted to its dosage yet.
- You’re excited and don’t know how to properly express your excitement.
- You’re actually an alien from another planet. You’re just here to observe your strange customs and habits.
- You’re actually a time traveler from the future, and just trying to blend in. It’s not easy, especially when you have to act like you’re surprised by everything that’s happening.
There are many excuses for acting weird, but the best excuse is always to just be yourself. Be confident in who you are and don’t let anyone else tell you who you should be. Embrace your quirks and don’t be afraid to let your weird side show.