Ryan Sorenson, the youngest mayor in Sheboygan’s history, did not play sports in high school before graduating in 2012 from South. He competed in soccer and hockey growing up, however, and that’s good enough to be a “20 Questions” participant.
Q: Do you regret not playing sports in high school?
Q: Can you describe the highlight and the most embarrassing moment of your sports-playing youth days?
A: I don’t really have any.
Q: Who’s better at athletics, South or North?
A: South. Go Redwings!
Q: What is your favorite high school memory?
A: Having fun with my friends in German class
Q: What is a hidden talent that you have?
A: I can play the saxophone.
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve?
A: When people chew with their mouth open.
Q: What is the best restaurant in the area?
Q: You can have dinner there with any three people. Who are they?
A: John F. Kennedy, Dolly Parton, Aaron Rodgers.
Q: What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into as a kid?
A: No Comment.
Q: What’s the funniest thing that has happened at one of your jobs?
A: Unpacking a box of rotten watermelon.
Q: What do visitors notice right away in your house?
A: All the Wisconsin-themed items.
Q: What’s the longest you’ve been without a cell phone and how did you survive?
A: Being up north at the cabin. There is no service. Don’t need your phone up north when you are on vacation.
Q: Besides a phone, what three things would you want if you’re stranded on an island?
A: Flare gun, water, a knife.
Q: What was your least-favorite school subject?
Q: If you could be anything else or do anything else for a living, what would it be?
Q: What scares you the most?
Q: Favorite movie?
A: Eurovision Song Contest: The story of Fire Saga.
Q: What is the one TV show you always have to watch?
A: Bar Rescue.
Q: What’s the best band or musician of all time?
Q: What is the song you enjoy the most but are afraid to admit?
A: Blinding Lights.
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