My first words were "That's delicious!"
I was a military kid, so we'd move around every couple of years...which was kind of hard, since it usually takes me a couple of years to get close to someone (unless they make an effort to reach out), so I'd constantly be getting settled and meeting people, only to be ripped away right when I'd finally started making friends. As a result, I spent a lot of time alone when I was a kid. I'd take a toy and go out into nature and make up elaborate stories/worlds for the toy. When I was older, I'd go out into the hills and look for pretty rocks, catch lizards and snakes and frogs, pick blackberries, and watch deer. I had a few friends, but I was never very close to them and didn't interact with other kids a whole lot. It really worried my mom, since someone told her that that was "sociopath" behavior when I was a toddler.
I remember one thing from when I was really little that I still find funny. This was from when I was about 5... I thought girls were supposed to like pink, but I didn't, so I chose to like purple because it was less popular. But then a little while later I realized I hated purple, too, so finally I gave up and decided that I liked green, even though I thought it was a boy color.
When I was about 8, I spent all of my recesses trying to plant more trees by putting dirt and seeds into the top of stumps around the schoolyard, because, I reasoned, if one tree liked growing there, then another one will probably like it, too!
When I was 10, I decided I didn't like my name anymore (well, my nickname, anyway. My mom chose it, and it was very...cutesy), so I decided to change it. I deliberated for a year to decide what I wanted my new nickname to be (my full name has a lot of nicknames associated with it to choose from), then started writing my new name on all of my school papers until people eventually started calling me what I wanted to be called, even my family. (great success!)
In high school, my dad's work settled down and I got to spend all 4 years at the same school. I finally ended up as part of a group of friends! One day, some asshat taped pages of a Playboy magazine all over the lockers because he thought it was funny. I disagreed (a lot of other people did, too, but weren't doing anything about it), so started ripping them down and throwing them away, despite his protests. Somehow after that I became the unofficial "leader" of my group.
I got called a lesbian throughout high school. I didn't know why, since I was not interested in relationships or sex with people of either gender, but I wasn't particularly bothered by it. I discovered chat rooms when I was 16, and had an online boyfriend from Minnesota (I was in California) for the last year of high school (a trend that continued over and over until I finally realized that I wanted a relationship with someone who was in the same state as me).