But what's that? You need more information? Like weird stuff I've already done, and gross stuff I absolutely won't do? Let me help:
I have already eaten snails. Dozens of them. I find them, like everything else in garlic and butter, delicious. Ditto frogs.
I will fer shur doll myself up 1950s style, and start drinking and smoking:
|Mad Men party|
I won't eat live bugs.
I will consider eating dead bugs which have a heavy milk chocolate coating.
I've already been swimming in the submarine lagoon at Disneyland. This was in the pre-Nemo days. I wanted to wave at the people on the ride (spoiler: you did not really go 20,000 leagues under the sea), but a cranky old lady at the Kodak Special Moments photo opportunity site ratted us out us to a kind Disney employee, who begged us to stop molesting the giant animatronic clams, but didn't kick us out of the park. Even better, nobody contracted Hepatitis!
I will totally wear a coconut bra on my birthday:
Or to the ward Halloween party.
Will I wear a pencil skirt? No. Grass skirt? Yes.
I will not have another baby on a dare.
But if you have a baby, I will go to the hospital and take 200 photos of it within 2 hours of its birth:
|Introducing my new nephew, Liam Taylor N., who joined us March 29th|
I will not let you lock me in a box with lives scorpions (or snakes). Or even bunnies.
I do not want to be locked in a box.
I think I already tried para sailing. I honestly can't remember if I went, or if I just sat on my cabana chair in Cancun and considered it. That's weird, right? But it was a really good vacation, and I was so relaxed and guacamole-stuffed I was in a low-grade coma, which might explain the amnesia.
I will not get a Brazilian wax.
I will put that Brazilian wax on my hair to make it straight and shiny. (Does this confuse anybody else?)
I will also get my whole family up in western wear, but I will choose to be a 'proper lady', and not a 'naughty madame'.
To sum up, I am willing to try all sorts of new stuff, especially if it involves dressing up and looking ridiculous, "bringing it", photographing it, or wrapping it in lettuce. But I am unwilling to try new stuff involving bugs and reptiles or tight spaces.
So what do you dare me to do next?
What about you? What have you done on a dare?
(I especially want to hear about the things of which you are ashamed.)