1) I have "prehensile" toes: I can pick things up with them and use them to manipulate objects, like use a fork or a pencil. (I don't have fine motor coordination, so I eat messily and write like a three-year-old.) When I drop something on the floor, I use my feet to pick it up again.
2) I am a walking, talking version of the IMDb (Internet Movie Database). I can remember even the most obscure (modern) actor or director and can connect them to the films or television shows they were in. I remember names and faces, and can catch obscure references to movies and shows, even if I haven't actually seen the show. When I watch movies with my friends, they're always going "Who is that guy? What have I seen them in?" and without fail, I can tell them. I have no clue how I can by this ability, because ...
... 3) My family didn't own a television until I was ten, and we didn't get cable TV until I was in high school. I didn't have television the entire time I was in university and only really started watching TV shows "religiously" since I started living with J (so, for the past four years). I was (and remain) an avid reader, however.
4) I was a gymnast until puberty landscaped my body in such a way as to make gymnastics unfeasible. I also did dressage, which is like gymnastics on the back of a horse. I was pretty good at gymnastics but didn't like competing, even though I did well -- I wanted everybody to like me and, of course, the other gymnasts hated me when I did better than they did. I wasn't as good at dressage, but I enjoyed it more.
5) I started working at the age of fourteen; my first job was serving coffee, donuts and ice cream in a donut shop. After that, I worked at an ice cream stand on the beach, as a waitress at a seafood restaurant and at a Chinese buffet, as a filing clerk for a cosmetic surgeon, as a cashier at a dollar store, as a bartender/short order cook at a golf club, at a Dairy Queen, as a dispatcher for a heating/air conditioning company, as a receptionist for a lab that studied foodborne zoonoses, as a filing clerk for Farm Credit Canada, as a procurement officer for a company that manufactured uniforms, and, most recently, as the parking administrator for a large office building. I'm only 28 years old. I have never been fired -- I just have lousy luck.
I'm also a professional writer, but that's not a full-time job and has yet to start paying the bills.