Post # 46
- Wedding: April 2017 - Hogarths, Solihull
Oh and I can cook really well. Give me a recipe and I’ll ace it. I could be a chef if I was capable of being creative with food lol
My sister can have a recipe and follow it to the letter and have it go horribly wrong haha
Post # 47
I’m so jealous of the quick readers and strong memory skills in this thread.
I’m good at lying I think. Not that I’m a liar, but I deliver dry/deadpan jokes to my friends & husband which is essentially lying. I can easily make them believe something absurd.
Writing comes easy for me. Not that I’m a fantastic writer, but I can tell that it comes to me easier than a lot of people I know. And I’m pretty good when I apply myself.
I’m very good at home entertaining. Menu, bar, furnishings, decor, lighting, music. My weakest area in that is mixology, my repertoire is small but good.
I can wiggle my ears, move my eyebrows independently, move my scalp & wiggle my nose ten different ways.
Post # 48
I can jump to the worst case scenario in my head at an alarmingly fast rate. This is useful NEVER.
Post # 49
- Wedding: July 2017 - Vineyard on Long Island
dollie87 : I can almost always, almost exactly, guess how many items are in that jar.
Post # 50
I’m pretty convinced everyone has a low-level magic skill. Nothing amazing like turning invisible or apparating, but just one thing that you are better at than any other human and it’s your ‘thing’.
I can tie shoelaces really quickly. Like, less than a second. People never think it’s that impressive, until they see it and ask me to do it again/show other people in the office. It’s quite a party trick.
I can lick my elbow, and touch the back of my head with my foot.
I have also memorised pi to over 70 decimal places. This one is not a great party trick.
Post # 51
ukbea : you can lick your elbow?! I’m amazed!
FutureMrsCoolWine : that seems quite useful if you were to attend craft fairs. Lol 😂