What makes you unique or weird

What makes you special?

By the way, everyone has something about them that makes them special!

Why am I asking this question?
I would be very interested to hear what you think of yourselves and what the SPIESSER community has for unique members!
If the response is big enough, I would also like to write an article about what makes us, the community, what we are!

So think about it carefully, find a quality in you that makes you special, with which you identify yourself!

A start:

I can imitate dozens of dialects and languages ​​once I've heard them! Bavarian, Saxon, Chinese, Indian, Russian, it doesn't matter. Plus, I can also speak as if I were an Indian, Russian, African who speaks English with his native accent! That makes me special!

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