I can't wear watches. I've got some kind of weird electromagnetic field which makes 'em go crazy. (My mom did too.)
You have a sundial in your yard.
Sorry. My aunt had one.
Your electromagnetic field also helps you find money buried in the sand
Hahaha! I don't think so. Maybe.
You have some strange ability which you seldom reveal.
I used to think I could read a certain person from far away, but that ability went away.
Often, you have been thinking of someone from long ago, when they suddenly appear or call.
That used to happen, but not anymore.
You used a Ouija Board when you were a kid.
Just a few times. It wasn't scary. I was sure the other kids were moving it.
You used to sneak sugar from the sugar bowl by licking your finger and dipping in. (Projection)
Nope. But my mom used to make thin "silver dollar" pancakes when I was a kid, and we'd top them with a bit of butter and a sprinkle of granulated sugar. The crunchy "raw' sugar on top was like dipping one's finger in sugar.
You have taken a teaspoon of crunchy peanut butter and dipped it in vanilla yogurt as a tasty treat. (Also projection. ツ)
Not yet, lol.
You have made your own peanut butter.
You have eaten a peanut butter and jelly (or jam) sandwich, every component of which you made.
Gosh, no, not all of apiece. Though I have bread and jam and on at different times.
You have a wonderful bakery near you that you buy from
Yes I do, but I can no longer get there. A marvelous one-man operation which makes the best loaves with cloves of roasted garlic in them, and potato (of all things) focaccia.
You prefer a marvelous loaf of bread to a cake.
Yes! Think of it. Fresh-baked garlic cloves
You can never have too much garlic