Popcorn, I love it! I found a brand new Whirley-Pop at my local thrift store about five years ago, and use it regularly. I always like traditional butter and salt, but when the wife and I are going to watch a movie at home I'll whip up my version of "elote" Mexican street corn-popcorn. I pop my corn in vegetable oil, and in a small pan on the stove melt about a half stick of butter, squeeze 1/2 a lime into warm butter, drizzle over popcorn in bowl, season with salt, grated Cotija cheese, or Parmesan, and Taijin Mexican seasoning. If you can't find Taijin, chili powder works well too. Having machetes handy is optional, depending if you are inclined to share or not.
In my teens, I went on an Outward Bound hiking trip and we'd make fireside popcorn, that our guide seasoned with salt, pepper, and brewers yeast of all things. Weird but delicious