I have no sense of direction. In fact, my sense of direction is so bad, it's practically negative in that you can almost always guarantee I'm going to go the wrong way if I even slightly deviate from familiar routes.
Even with a map.
One time Charlie and I were in Chinatown in San Francisco and even using the maps on my phone I led us in every wrong direction possible. I even got us onto the wrong bus.
VHS tapes and the game cube. I remember I was living in a flat with only one brother, we'd play Smash Melee on this big ol' box tv with convex glass. I'm pretty sure I mained Link, but it might have also been Pikachu, being the absolute weeb I am.
I have this friend whose interests include ice skating, and damn if she isn't good at it. So much so, she decided to host her birthday party at her local ice rink.
My plan was to rock up, have some fun, ice skate a bit, and go home as the cool guy, but unfortunately no one told me that I can't skate. I spent the night slipping over onto my rear and in general constant pain. I embarassed myself a few times with lame jokes in desperation to redeem myself, and generally made a fool of myself throughout the night.
Eventually, we were pulled off the rink for cake and all that jazz.
By this point, I was content with cutting my losses and going home, but I knew there had to be SOME WAY to make my mark, but I just couldn't figure out where or when.
Lo and behold, the supervisor walks in. Now. Another thing I was told was that I would be the only guy there. I didn't really mind since I already knew a few of the guests and could hold a comfortable conversation with them, but the supervisor (a skinny, 18-20-something dude) clearly had better things to do than sit around hearing a bunch of adolescent girls (+ adolescent boy) sit around talking about weeb stuff. So he pops in and says:
"Is everyone good?"
And thus was my opening.
Without wasting a second I replied, "actually, I'm Chaotic Neutral".
You could see the hopeless recognition in his face. He was incapable of responding no matter how hard he tried...
No, but I really really REALLY want to! It looks like so much fun!
On a slightly unrelated note, it reminds me how bad I want to do BoxWars sometime. It's like a giant battle in which all weapons, vehicles, mecha-t-rexes are composed entirely out of recycled cardboard!