Do you have a changing room method? When you go to try on clothes do you have a process? I'm just checking to see how weird I am.
I went to Old Navy at lunch time to find some pants to fit because getting myself dressed in the morning is becoming a traumatizing experience. I am currently in the oh so easy to find size of 12+/14-. I was quite happy when I found some pants similar to the ones that my friend Ashley recommended here. I brought five or six pair of bottoms into the dressing room where the nice young girl takes them from me, unlocks the dressing room door, and hangs one item on each of the hooks along the back wall making each item slightly overlap the other. This is where I realized that I have a method that she had screwed up (not her fault) and began to wonder if I'm weird (shut it Matt).
When I enter a dressing room, I like for there to be at least three hooks. Old Navy has a good five so that's nice. I hang all items on one hook, if possible, in the order in which I want to try them on, with the first in front. As I decide whether or not I like an item, it goes either on the like hook or the dislike hook (also known as the this-doesn't-fit-me-either hook). At the end of the exercise I typically have all items on the dislike hook, maybe if I'm lucky one on the like hook. I hand the dislikes to the attendant and off I go with my likes. I don't get sizes mixed up. It's all nicely organized.
So tell me, do you have a method? How weird am I?