Would you bungee jump? Well, not at this stage of life, not with back and other degenerative problems. If the opportunity had presented itself at the right time in my life, I would have considered it. I'm not sure that I would have done it, but I would have considered it. Since I don't love ladders or heights, that sounds odd, but I never much minded roller coasters and such, and bungee jumping seems to fall into (if you'll pardon the expression) that category.
Do you untie your shoes when you take them off? I untie them probably eighty to ninety percent of the time. However, I push them off enough that my orthotist noticed the wear marks on the backs on my runners when I last went it to see her. She accused me of being just like the kids. I don't think she meant it as a compliment, but I prefer to interpret it to meaning that I am young at heart.
What do you miss most right now? It's not quite the truth to say that I still miss playing tennis because I don't think about it much any more., but it was what immediately popped into my head when I read the question. Up until about ten years ago, I would play almost every day during the summer. I was modestly proficient at the game. Although I am not a great athlete, I have reasonably good hand-eye coordination and was adept enough at tennis to really get into a good match.