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Um, I don't actually do that. But us singletons all have our quirks, as this article in The Atlantic online points out. If you live alone, you've probably got some weird semi-embarrassing ways of getting your ya-yas out that would seem exceedingly strange to any other human being. But that's a benefit of being single, right?

A 28-year-old single teacher in the article admits to running in place during TV commercials, speaking in conversational French to herself while making breakfast, singing Journey in the shower and using her dryer as a dresser (be my friend!). Kate Bolick, author of an article you need to read, wears "white flax bloomers" around her house. And so on.

I live alone as well, and some of my odd behaviors include:

-Singing Robyn and/or Ray Charles songs in the shower, depending on my mood/alcohol intake.

-Singing Ray Charles' You Don't Know Me in the shower and pretending I'm Meryl Streep in Postcards From The Edge.

-Eating yogurt in bed.

-Addressing the women on Mob Wives like I'm their slightly judgmental, yet affectionate friend in real life.

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Single ladies! What's your secret bizarro at-home behavior? Tell us below!