There is such a thing as “Too Much Information.” It’s more than your friends want to know. Heck, it’s more than what anyone wants to know, but still you share it. Do you have a habit of sharing TMI? Do your friends know all your exes by name? Yes, in chronological order. I don't tell my romantic history. I quiz them on their names!. You're on the phone with your mom or dad, you mention: My sex life. What a crazy parent they were. That I have another call and have to go. The funny thing my cat or dog did. When politely asked, "How are you?" how do you respond? "Good. How are you?". "Ok". My response is more than 1 sentence. "I'm not happy with my life choices.". Do your friends know if you're "regular?" Goodness no, but for the record I am. Ew.... I think it's important information to share as it affects my state of mind. I need to explain long absences from the room. You're seeing your doctor for a physical, what do you bring up? My health. Nothing they don't ask. The funny thing my pet did. What I think of the office decor. You're on a first date. What do you talk about? We sit in uncomfortable silence. My interests. I ask about their interests. My exes. My food allergies. On a job interview, what information do you give? I just answer their questions. I thank them for their time and say I'd be excited to work there. I tell them I'm moving in a year. I bash previous employers. What do your coworkers know about you? That I drink coffee. That I'm applying for other jobs. My hobbies. What I think of my supervisor. How much do you tell someone about a movie you just saw? The end. That I just saw it. The plot without spoilers. That I fooled around with my date. You run into an ex. What do you share? That I've never gotten over them. What my therapist says about them. An update on a mutual friend. The weather forecast.