5 silly things about me you probably don’t know

Joyful living

28 May 2020
Surrealist art

Sometimes we just need a bit of nonsense in our lives to brighten it up (like the featured image in this post, which brightened up my life when I created it – who knew a surrealist art class would be so fun!?)

Today I thought I’d just share 5 silly things about me that you probably don’t know.

If you can enlighten me on number 4 at all, please let me know in the comments!

Rhiannon Adler


I’m about to turn 34, and I still get ID’d when I buy alcohol in supermarkets. It used to annoy me, but now I have grey hairs coming through, I take that as a win!


I have three brothers, and no sisters. I wouldn’t have it any other way, although it took me a while to set aside some of the teasing I used to get and fully embrace my love of Disney.


My second toes are bigger than my big toes, and I have one pixie ear and one rounded ear. One of my younger brothers has the same ear thing, but the other way around. We still argue about which one of us is the ear thief.


I almost always get searched by security or have some kind of incident in airports when I travel. It’s become a running joke among my friends. I have no idea why (any other form of transport is always drama-free), but if you’re a security officer and can shed light on this, please let me know!


I still don’t know all my times tables by heart. I think this is largely because I have a visual memory, and numbers don’t seem to like staying up there. It didn’t stop me getting a good grade in my Maths GCSE though, or merrily running my own business, which goes to show that times tables aren’t everything.


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  1. Donna

    I loved that you shared this, it put a smile on my face thank you xx

    • Rhiannon Adler

      I’m so glad to hear that, thank you! Mission definitely accomplished xx


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