I love quirky characters. That's probably been established. I've had years of geeky practice playing games and brainstorming characters with plenty of backstory. Even my throwaway characters had some background and quirkiness to them. I once created a throwaway character who only spoke to one person. She'd "speak" to others only through actions and weird symbolism. I miss that sometimes, but I have stories full of characters now. They're not as strange as that throwaway, but I try to make my characters as interesting as possible.
I can't remember who recommended this website, but I can skim it for hours reading the comments and small snippets of stories. It gives me a ton of inspiration for my characters. Admittedly, I don't need a ton of help with making my characters quirky. This site is still valuable. The people and their stories are small pieces of flash fiction like the man with flowers who said he didn't find his love until he was thirty-five years old, and he wasn't sure there was anybody for him. I see years of heartbreak in that one statement along with the joy when he found his love.
It would be wrong to pull the images of the people, their stories, or comments directly to my blog since they didn't give explicit permission for me to reblog their quotes. You'll have to check it out.