This week's YA Highway Road Trip Wednesday is also a contest:
"The winds in Washokey make people go crazy."
The funnest crazy thing I've done was participate in a huge scavenger hunt with around twenty of my friends in high school. I wasn't part of the group that stole a goat from the town's petting zoo, or in one of the two groups who caught each other taking magnetic stickers from different sides of the same student driver car, but my group did steal a road sign, post and all, driving down the road with it sticking out both sides until we made it to a group member's house and proper tools. I found out later that all our groups had the cops after us that night. That was, thankfully, the only time that's happened in my life.
Oh, and another fun crazy thing I did was wear a toga into a department store (we were heading for a pep-rally dress-themed basketball game). I couldn't believe all the looks we got, but the best part was when one of my guy friends hit another on the shoulder and said, "I told you not to wear that hat."
But the craziest thing I've done is send out my first five queries to agents. In hindsight (many rejections and two agents later), this wasn't that big a deal, but I broke out in hives for the first and only time in my life the week I did this crazy (some might say, insane) thing.