Lali ho! After spending the day pondering the future of my daughter, whether she'll win a Nobel Prize or work in McDonalds, I got to wondering about the highs and lows of life. Our best and worst moments. And being as curious as I am, I thought to ask others to share the experience. So, to kick things off, here's a list of my high and low points, trying to steer clear of the cliches wherever possible, it's obvious that learning I'm going to be a father soon was one of the best so I didn't even list it. So, here we go. The Highs - Discovering that the drinks machine outside the sports hall where I was sitting my GCSE exams had a 'test' button, enabling me to get free ice cold Ribena for every exam. I swear I'd have failed without that little lifeline. I'd swapped schools so many times that passing those tests was pure leap of faith territory. Getting my passing grades on my 16th birthday was pretty epic too. - The Blitzball tournament of 2003, in which my friends and I hired out the local pool for the entire day, built a couple of hoops and did our best to recreate the sport. Scoring the winner with a passable imitation of a Sphere Shot will go down in infamy. Still got the trophy somewhere. - Being promoted to First Class at my old cadet squadron and my future fiancee and mother of my daughter giving me a Soldier First Class dogtag to mock me. The Lows (the more interesting bit) - My MP3 player malfunctioning at my grandmother's cremation and blasting out Dragonforce's 'Through the fire and the flames' at maximum volume, arguably the worst choice of song for a cremation of a 97 year old who thought music peaked in the 30's, YouTube it if you're not sure why. For a religion that preaches tolerance those priests can sure shoot a guy a mean look... - Learning that over 50% of the marks in my aforementioned exams were on modules I'd never heard of, much less studied, the inevitable panic that followed, and having to decide which subjects to ditch in favour of more time to study the important ones. - Being stabbed in the chest was something I could have gotten by without. Anyone wanna chime in?