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I can't whistle or curl my tongue.
I can wiggle my ears. Fascinates the kids.
I am ambidextrous. I used to write with my left hand just for shits and giggles.
Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner
"The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire."
I separate my M&Ms by color and then eat them one color at a time - the colors I like least get eaten first and the ones I like best are last.
But The Smile That I Sent Out Returned With You.
I can't curl my tongue either, did you know that being a curler or non-curler is genetic?
I'm also colorblind, thanks Mom! (colorblindness is linked to the X chromosome, which is why it's rare for females to be colorblind)
My running blog
2015 Goals | sub-18 5k | sub-37 10k | sub-1:23 HM | sub-4 trail 50k
I used to do that with Skittles!
I was born an army brat and grew up in Europe and Asia and didn't start living in the US until I was 11 years old.
Oh yeah! I was born in Norway and grew up in Alaska. Air Force brat. Grr, Army.
Not that interesting, but I pop every joint/knuckle on my body obsessively. I play drum beats with my teeth and I bite the skin off the side of my fingernails.
I too, didn't move the the continental US until I was about 7. Germany, then Hawaii. Air Force brat.
I can juggle.
I used to carry a 5.5 handicap in golf. O.K., that's two facts.
I love sponge cake.
I have shared this before, but I play drums in a band. We play at bars, clubs, weddings, etc...
Dad on the run.
Horse stepped on my leg when I was 5, broke it in 5 placed from my knee down to my ankle. Doctor didn't think my leg needed to be correctly set so know in order for my knee to be straight my foot is turn at about a 35 degree angle.
My parents said I could be anything when I grew up, so I decided to be Awesome!
Man I hate it when that request comes around. I just never know what to write... I'm the most uninteresting person ever. I don't do funny or weird tricks, and I'm mediocre at pretty much everything else.
I don't know... How about I was born at 11:11 pm and in numerology (which I know nothing about), the letters in my full name equate to 1. Or is it 11? I forget... Anyway, that's sort of interesting, no?
PRs: Boston Marathon, 3:27, April 15th 2013
Cornwall Half-Marathon, 1:35, April 27th 2013
4 years racing, 16 marathons, 16 BQs
Nice. I played saxophone in band up until high school and I took a couple years of piano lessons. It's one of those things I wish I could go back in time and tell 15 year old Fuzzy that knowing how to play an instrument later in life could be a cool thing to do.