Probably... Any character from a Comedy Movie. Think Monty Python.
Here are some examples I would be:
A: The Well-Intentioned yet Sadistic Main Character, who probably ends up killing someone (Or Multiple People)
B: The Comedic Relief, who probably says a ton of references to other franchises and could possibly spark a meme, but dies to the Antagonist in the Final Scenes. (ekke ekke ekke ptang zoom boing)
C: The Intimidating Wizard with a Stupid name. (How about... Stuart, or Fork.)
I think I'd like to be a character in something where I can be more of a ranged fighter type of character. Doesn't matter if it's magic or archery, though I'd probably prefer magic. Being able to do both would be cool too though. Also doesn't matter if it's an anime, TV show, movie, or video game as long as it made sense. I prefer playing more back lines characters in RPGs though, like healers or magic users or ranged characters in general, so I feel like it'd be cool to be able to do that in a show/video game.
They don't sell them anymore here, but if anyone remember Oreo Cakesters? Yeah, I used to eat those mixed with smoked provolone cheese for lunch in high school lol. I loved the taste of the cheese while some Cakester taste was still in my mouth.
Also not quite as strange, but I liked dipping my scrambled eggs with cheese in maple syrup when I'd go get breakfast in college.
Well, there is the classic of dipping your hot chips/fries in your milkshake, get the sweet and salty combo going. Another one is a vegemite and chicken chips/crisps sandwich. I was very confused when my mother made an offhand comment about that one time, but then I tried it and whaddya know, it works great.
Not certain how weird this is, but I love to put a glob or two of peanut butter with my favorite cereal Frosted Flakes. I’ve also put peanut butter in just a bowl of milk but it’s not as good without the corn flakes.
I had a friend who once convinced me to put strawberry jam on a hamburger. I actually did like it. Of course she also put mayo and avocado on hers, and I remember looking at her and saying, "damn, I like you, but not enough to go that far."
Beyond the jam on burger though, I sometimes will also put peanut butter on a chicken sandwich instead of a more regular condiment. Sometimes too when making a roast beef sandwich I'll throw a little dark chocolate on there since I love the combination of dark chocolate and beef.