AllSmiles is a sunny little face in which all the letters smile at you. In the update of 2011, emoticons were added in the appropriate unicode slots (unicode 1F601 to 1F640 slots).
BetterTypeRight has large serifs, a very high x-height, and little variation between horizontal and diagonal elements. It has the feel of a typewriter typeface, but it is not monospaced. Note the swash/small-caps versions.
One of the odder things I remember from high school (40+ years ago) is the tile floor of hexagons in the bathroom. There is something fascinating with the way hexagons fill the plane.
Grundee is a grungy serifed face.
In 1990 I designed the font XLeafMeAlone. In 2006 I decided that it was time to improve it. Instead of adding to it, I created two new fonts containing almost 200 leaves: MapleOaks and More Leaves. Among the leaves you will find in MoreLeaves are elm, cottonwood, tulip tree, ash, hickory, locust, ginko, aspen, sassafras, hawthorn, beech, and birch. There are also a few that come from shrubs and I am not sure what they are, but they looked interesting so I put them in. You will not find oaks, maples, or sycamores--they are in MapleOaks.
Have you ever wanted to print text upside down? There is, or course, software the lets you rotate text, but another way is to use an upside-down font like UpsidedownTOC.
Notice that to use it to get upside-down printing, you must type in the words backwards.