Lots of people say they like the way that I laugh. I also laugh at lots of things no one else does, for better or for worse. I'm known within my group of friends for having the keenest sense of observation, and therefore the strangest stories, because I place emphasis on setting and surrounding rather than plot when I'm narrating an event, and they take a lot longer than they need to. Some people like it that way, everyone else comes around eventually. It's possible that I'm trying to emulate some of my favorite writers when I tell stories, and that leads to me leaving a lot of indirect endings (some people call them "cliffhangers" I suppose, but there's nothing else coming next.)
The best magazine article I've ever read was in GQ (I'm as surprised as you are). It was about a man who lives near a major bridge across the Yangtze river that has an extremely high number of annual attempted suicides from people jumping off of it. He bought a moped, and decided to spend all day, every day, riding up and down the bridge (it's over a mile long) and stopping people from killing themselves. It was a real turning point in the way I think about - everything, I suppose.