My blog is weird

You guys see a very different side to me in comparison to what many people in my life see. My closest friends know that I am pretty…erm…odd, but my work colleagues and casual acquaintances see “professional Jane.”

Professional Jane likes pencil skirts and blazers. She eats rye crackers and discusses politics with men in suits. She analyses exam results and collates them in the form of pie charts. She attends meetings with colleagues and has an actual clipboard. Sometimes, she ties her hair up with a pencil. Yes, professional Jane is a straight-laced, no-nonsense nine to fiver.

Then there’s “crazy Jane”. Crazy Jane tries to teach her cat how to curtsy (she *almost* has it). She has an inexplicable fear of foam and waltzes with herself. She likes to not stalk her neighbours with binoculars and pretend she’s a French mime artist. She also loves wrestling and tequila (in that order). Sometimes, she likes to drive slowly beside random joggers she’s never met while playing Eye of the Tiger. She also likes to frequent karaoke bars where she can rap California Love in its entirety.

So yes, I’m weird. But I’m not always weird. I could come on here and be normal but then you guys wouldn’t be (hopefully) laughing at with me.


In case you guys are wondering, crazy Jane mostly lives in a cage while professional Jane is at work. I let her out in the evening, where she likes to dance to Abba and blog. Crazy Jane sure loves to blog. She also loves talking to all her fellow weirdos and sending them virtual cake. She is uncomfortable with referring to herself in the third person so she’s going to stop now and knit some tea cosies even though she doesn’t have a tea pot. Sinister.

168 thoughts on “My blog is weird

  1. Ann GrubbsnCritters says:

    Hello! Saying hi! from Momma’s View. I think weird is good, and I have got plenty of weird friends myself who seems to think I am weird too. They make me feel normal! You had me laughing at following joggers slowly with Eye of the Tiger blasting away. Too funny! Lovely to meet you. 🙂

  2. Claire says:

    Nothing remotely crazy about dancing to ABBA if you ask me!! My theory is that we’re all as crazy as each other, but all think we’re the only one!

  3. vonkita says:

    This legitimately made me laugh. It’s no nice to meet a fellow weirdo! *waves furiously*
    I taught one of my horses to bow using just will power and a whole bag of Darrell Lea premium liquorice. He now bows all the bloody time, at really inopportune moments, like when the farrier is trying to change his shoes or when the vet has a thermometer up the horses klacker.
    I was not warned of the dangers of bribing horses with liquorice…

    • janeybgood says:

      I am still laughing after reading this… I mean…wow.
      You realise you have, I mean HAVE to use liquorice to teach your horse even more amazing things…I’m not going to write “rob a bank” but I’m just going to subtly leave the suggestion there. This is life-changing really. *sends you lifetime supply of liquorice*
      I’m still laughing at your insanely polite horse btw. At least if you ever meet royalty, you’re totally set.

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