Have you developed any eccentric habits during lockdown?

We would like to hear about any quirky mannerisms that have resulted from the pandemic

A sign about keeping a safe distance in Cambridge.
A sign about keeping a safe distance in Cambridge. Photograph: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

Some psychologists have said lockdown could cause people to become more eccentric, displaying offbeat behaviours such as developing new mannerisms, adopting quirky routines or discovering unconventional new interests.

We would like to hear about any eccentric habits you have developed during lockdown.

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