I'm ambidextrous (My grandmother used to make me write with my right hand while I was left handed. I don't know if it was a superstition thing, because she was really superstitious at that time. Don't walk around with one shoe, black cats etc.) Oh, and I click my nails together alot...Does that count? That's about all I can think of :p.
I used to be ambidextrous until I had an accident on my bike when I was 10. My left wrist has been playing up ever since. But more often in recent years. I'm gonna try and see if those bandages boxers wear will help me out with the support I need for it.
I'm a snake fanatic but I'm scared of spiders and babies up to the age of 1!
When I wasn't long born I freaked the nurses out because I was able to lift up my head and turn it over while I was getting changed. Newborns aren't supposed to be able to do that. Even though I was late by a few days. I also frequently undid my swaddling so I could look at my fingers despite most other babies that age not being able to do that either. Also there was a bit of a scare when I was being born in that the doctors couldn't read my heartbeat very well. They all got worried about me for nothing, as I was just holding the umbilical cord!
When I was a toddler I used to make up stories on the spot to tell my mum. In nursery/kindergarten I learned to make my own books.
I made my very first animation when I was seven. It was a stop-frame animation with several Sylvanian Families. I made several of these films up to the age of 13.
I spoke in a scouse accent up to the age of eight. I can switch back and forth between both my main accents at will. But nowadays I use a combination of the two.
My earliest memories are from when I was one. And I can often remember facts about my early childhood that even my parents don't remember. As well as some of the degrading things I had to do. Like getting potty trained...
I've got more but for now I'll just put on one more.
Both my toes and hands aren't symmetrical. My ring finger on my left hand is shorter than my index finger, while it's the opposite on my right hand. And on my feet my smallest toe on one is considerably shorter than the other. Though that might be because of an accident I had when I was 12 involving a kitchen wall and a carton of pineapple juice...
But I've said some of these things before...