It's funny that most of the things we think unique to us—are actually not very uncommon.
Definitely -- a few of your 10 facts are mine too! 🙂 I have to focus on this one though: I don't cry when my neighbour dies. But death of a favorite fictional character can send me on a sob-train (Im sorry)!
I'm very much the same way, and I'm sure people think I'm a very callous person because of it, but I'm not. I'm actually very very empathic! But there's something about fictional characters dying that fills me with untold amounts of grief and I will cry, at the drop of a hat, for weeks about it. Not quite so much for real people.
Oh, and I'll focus on this one too! 😅 I often find humor in everything, even if its morbid in nature.
Very much the same way! I even gave the trait to my main character in Half Past the Moonfall. Though it was more of a typically Australian thing:
...no-one except her own countrymen understood the tendency to turn everything, no matter how tasteless, into a joke, or the habitual sarcasm she had been born with and wore like a badge of honour...