Or you could also say:
"Raiden something happened to me last Thursday when I was driving home. I had a couple of miles to go - I looked up and saw a glowing orange object in the sky, to the east! It was moving very irregularly... suddenly there was intense light all around me - and when I came to, I was home. What do you think happened to me?"
As for comebacks, if this were the case, you could say this:
person: "You want to know how I know you're gay? You play pokemon"
you: "You want to know how I know you're gay? You play football (or a variation, something you don't like that you know they do like).
Person: *random subject here* isn't gay
you:Oh, I'm sorry, I just figured anything we didn't like was gay.
Boss: Isnt it a bit inmature to like Pokémon?. My kids like it and theyre 8 years old.
Me: Maybe, but isnt it also inmature to judge people by their tastes?
Yes, I did a comeback against my boss. But since he always encourages us to defend our beliefs (since were attorneys and as such we must convince people) he smiled. Maybe he even did it on purpose to test me, now that I think about it.
Personokemon is for losers why do you play it?
Me:Well its takes alot of skill and also has compalacted formulas such as (I go on for a bit about how complacted pokemon realy is)
Person:What the f***?
Me:Wild Bully hurt its confusion!
Bully: "Pokémon is for babies"
Me: "No it's not!"
Bully: "Yeah it is... do you see anyone else here playing it?"
Me (looking to bully's right): "Look! It's Kelsey!" [Kelsey is his girlfriend's name]
Bully: *looks to right*
Me: *quickly pulls up his shirt and takes a picture of his belt with my phone while he's not looking*
Bully: "I don't see Kelsey! Now where was I? Oh yeah! Name me one other person here who plays Pokémon."
Me: *uploads just-taken pic to school website* "I don't have to. Just look at the school's home page to see a picture of him."
Bully: "OK so who is that dor... oops" *bully gets red in face and runs away*