One time my older brothers and I did a very simplified musical reenactment of the David and Goliath story for a church. I have also done some on stage singing and sign language performances for other churches, but that was so long ago I barely remember them. So I used to but no, not anymore.
A guy I used to work with reversed a customers car off a ramp into another customers van. Then instead of stopping, he did what any sane person would do drove straight over the ramp and through a rack of approximately 70 tyres and my toolbox. I had been standing behind it until I heard the bang when he hit the van and went to see what happened.
Or the time we broke a light playing football in the back of the depot, there's a longer story to that. I've found tons of weird stuff in customers cars whilst working on them too.
Unfortunately no ;-; I played almost daily back on my Gamecube (my first console and will forever hold a place in my heart) with Melee, then nearly the same amount on Brawl with the Wii, but I stopped keeping track once it got to 3DS. Since then I've been keeping to the good ol' PC and hoping that one-day Smash will get to Steam.
TUBM's favorite food is considered weird by TUBM's friends, family, and acquaintances.
I have an irrational fear of your ability to bend your fingers backward to a position antiparallel to your hand. It's harmless to me, sure, but I've either gravely misunderstood or your hands are boneless.
Oof, a tonne of that! One of my talents is compiling useless trivia. Won't get me into Harvard, but it's a great ice breaker for parties!
Fun fact, did you know that the Electric chair was invented by a dentist?
Many of them; however you will have to settle for this. My sister and I (whilst my brother was in a pushchair so whilst he may have attended did not participate) used to go to a teddy bears picnic hosted by the keeper of Merrion's woods with our grandmother. There would be signposts and teddies dotted throughout the woods leading to the playground at the far end. They haven't held one since about 1999/2000.
This was also played at said event. (I think it was a live brass band but its 20 years ago so I can't be sure). [Ugh I feel old again like when we got a new starter at work born after the millenium]