We all know, generally, what are considered norms and what aren't, right?
Like, you give your seat to those who need it or you don't usually sleep in your car (parked in your home porch) or you simply do things differently than people your age. I'll summarise these actions as "unusual", although norms can differ from culture to culture and person to person.
So, while I was in Ipoh, I saw a Mum let her 4 year old daughter pee outside a store front (by the drain or really, a cement slab over the drain) - in public, in case it wasn't clear.
My dad, is an unusual man... does some things "his" way. Little things, like putting on his socks and shoes, and doesn't remember, or notice, all the time, that his socks are worn over his pant legs.
I wonder, knowing that what you do (e.g. brushing your teeth in your windowed office) is unusual, do you do it anyway (like you just don't care)?