No, wish I could. I was on a train from London to Oxford and heard a garbled announcement but was too embarrassed to ask anyone what was said. Turns out that was my transfer; I ended up in Bath instead.
I probably have but it's probably been decades. TBH, I'll eat pretty much anything. I've ordered fast food and the fries were almost completely cold and were chewy in a way you don't want your fries to be chewy. I still ate them. I probably didn't go back to that place but I ate 'em anyway.
I attended a rally of his before he was President if that counts. I did have a family member with an in person encounter. Was dining at a local restaurant and the President at that time stopped in to sample the food that restaurant and the city overrall are known for.
I have for a few times at least in my faintest of memories, but I cannot recall any of them in particular. I just remember it was very physically uncomfortable. I was slipping left or right, and I struggle to latch my feet onto the pedal latches. It might've been from a school field trip. Also another time I remember it was probably in some parade of sorts. Both times I was kids. I don't remember if I ever rode a horse during college, since I worked in a sheep barn for a college summer job. They have horses there too though.
Yeah. I went through a weird phase in the late 80s about the time Guns N' Roses became popular. My parents made it worse because I had a friend (my only friend) they didn't like and didn't want me hanging out with him. Which obviously just made me angry and rebellious.
Have you ever gone outside in the middle of the night and hollered "MILDEW!" at the top of your lungs?
Unfortunately, yes. There are few emotional storms in life that can match that "Oh LITERAL ****!" moment when it's the middle of the night, you're half awake and you realize the toilet is gonna overflow.
Have you ever bought something on a whim, taken it home, sat it in front of you and thought "Why'd I buy this?"?