26 things I’ve learned in my 26 years

1.) Being able to breathe while sitting in pants is more important than how they look.

2.) You will always run into a ex when you look like crap. It’s how the universe gets off.

3.) Nobody likes a know it all, not even teachers or bosses.

4.) It’s true, you will never use algebra or geometry in real life. However knowing percentages can be helpful when figuring out how much taxes you get robbed for.

5.) Health insurance is important.

6.) Drink and drive? Zero respect.

7.) Having a bad day? Pet a kitty cat.

8.) Giant fish are freaky as f***

9.) The world owes you nothing.

10.) The house always wins.

11.) Talk to a old person, it will change your life.

12.) Hobbys are necessary, and watching t.v. shouldn’t be it.

13.) You can never really KNOW anyone.

14.) Everyone lies, and those who tell you they don’t are the biggest of them all.

15.) The grass is indeed not greener on the other side.

16.) You have to both, have and know your limits, in all things.

17.) You’ll only remember at most, a week of your highschool years.

18.) Cardboard cannot go in the oven.

19.) If a item is the last on the shelf you should buy it.

20.) Fast food is addicting.

21.) People watching is a sport.

22.) Laughing and sleeping is a cure all.

23.) Don’t ever use a Wal-Mart bathroom for any reason what so ever.

24.) Low blood sugar rage is a real thing.

25.) Smile more frown less.

26.) Don’t sweat the small stuff and its all small stuff.

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2 thoughts on “26 things I’ve learned in my 26 years

  1. My faves: 2 , 9, 10, 11, 12, 16, 22, 24, and finally 26.
    They either made me laugh, were totally relatable, or were a shared perspective. πŸ™‚
    Great post!

    Liked by 1 person

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