In my youth classes, I usually run an exercise wherein, as a group, we come up with a character, then tell a simple story using only that character’s facial expressions.
This is by far the best character dreamt up this way.
She is a pyromaniac arsonist with disfiguring burn scars across half her face. One of her eyes is all derpy and the pupil changes shape depending on her mood.
She lives in a burnt out, dilapidated old barn with a herd of goats, who are her best friends.
One day, she sets a building ablaze and watches the flames from afar, using a spyglass. She watches the firefighters at work and falls instantly in love with one.
She works up enough courage to ask him on a date (presumably after a sensible period of stalking him), and he accepts, suggesting they go to a water park.
She’s happy to be hanging out with the firefighter, but she hates water. She tries her best to enjoy the water park.