I'll go first:
I am not allowed to listen to Don't You Want Me by The Human League in public because it almost killed me one time.
I was coming home from a 12 hour NYE night shift that had been exhausting. I did 7 rounds of glassware in the dishwashers and polished about 150 glasses myself, a dog pooed on one of the rugs (guess who got to clean that up), a woman's dead body was found in the alleyway behind the building, i had to call an ambulance for a girl so drunk her friends were holding her over the drain in the bathroom floor in case she vomited because she didn't have enough strength to hang on to the toilet, a rando kissed me on the ear instead of on the cheek (I am autistic and don't want to be kissed by a stranger period, let alone on the EAR), and a client caught me having a cry because of how awful this shift had been (I have never wanted the ability to Thanos-style disintegrate myself more in my entire life than at that moment). So I'm walking to the train station to go home, listening to 80s music to cheer myself up, and decide to get a coffee from the place across the street because I'll fall asleep on the train if I don't. The song playing is Don't You Want Me by The Human League and I am vibing HARD. So hard that I don't check for traffic when crossing said street and almost get hit by a taxi because of how hard I was vibing with this song. Not even like he just kinda missed me 'almost got hit by a taxi', I'm talking my hands were on the bumper of his car kind of 'almost got hit by a taxi'.
Safe to say, I am only allowed to listen to that song from the safety of my apartment now.