We all have our nervous tics- some people constantly glance down to check their cleavage, some people bite their nails. And these people are never alone. How do I know this? Because the ultra-skinny actress in today’s blind item, can count me as someone who understands her insanity (though I realize my own paranoia is not nearly as justifiable.) I’ll let you all in on a signature tic of my own: whenever I am in front of a mirror, especially in a dressing room, I have to check it for two-sidedness [put your face right up to the mirror and cup your hands around your eyes to block out the light- or, if possible, just turn off the lights. When your eyes adjust, you’ll either see a room full of people laughing hysterically with a camera in hand, or you’ll just see your own eyes, in which case the mirror is really just a mirror. I have no idea why I always have to do this- it’s probably my nightmare of people playing a clip of me performing my checklist of tests for say, jeans and short dresses. I think I fell asleep to a 10 o'clock news item about this many years ago, and still cannot extract the fear of it from my mind. Does anyone else obsess over the possibility that someone may be videotaping your shopping trials and selling it on some random site? Or am I the only one?
We all have our nervous tics- some people constantly glance down to check their cleavage, some people bite their nails. And these people are never al