The other day a friend was asking: "which carrot should I take, this one or that one?", showing us two carrots of different shapes.
The other person present and myself simultaneously answered: "This one!", pointing to the same carrot. So my friend picked that carrot, commenting: "Wow, you guys made exactly the same choice. Amazing!", to which I replied ironically: "Yes, amazing! What are the odds?"
Compared to most people, it's hard to get me excited about chance events. In particular a 1-in-2 chance event doesn't get me to even raise an eyebrow. Here's my scale:
1 in 10: raised an eyebrow
1 in 100: quite surprised
1 in 1000: skeptical, then amazed
1 in 10000: skeptical, then still skeptical (in spite of evidence).
1 in 100000: impossible. Not even worth refuting.