Thursday, September 6, 2007

Thoughts to ponder...

Got these from "Men's Health" magazine (don't ask)...

1. Asking questions is how you figure things out. Lots and lots of questions.
Got that one!!!

2. Real guys don't dip their toes in the water. They jump right in.

3. Girls (or Guys) have cooties. Well, the ones you meet in certain bars do, anyway.

4. You hated it when a grown-up told you, "We'll see." It's still unacceptable. Don't say it yourself. I've got to remind myself of this one now and then.

5. Your body was designed for throwing baseballs, shooting hoops, and jumping off diving boards and stuff. In the secret language of children, the word "fitness" doesn't exist. It's called "having fun." Hard to do in this day of constant surveillance.

6. Your world can be half-real and half-imaginary.

7. Homework blows. Bring work home with you and it'll ruin your night. And your marriage. And your family. And your life.

8. Too much of anything will give you a tummy ache. Like, say, bourbon.

9. If there's even the slightest doubt, hit the potty before you leave. Oh so true!!!

10. The coolest adults were the ones who took the time to listen to you. You still want to grow up to be a cool adult, right? Note to self...

11. Treasure Island, Dracula: The best books are consumed after dark with a flashlight.

12. Use adrenaline as your drug of choice. You don't need beer, pot, or cigarettes to have a good time.

13. Kissing a girl on the cheek is a big deal. Kissing her lips is an even bigger deal. Seeing her naked for the first time is a major, life-altering event. Guys- is this true?

21. Going after a target in the urinal makes the time whiz by. Not fair!!!

22. Seeing a thunderstorm roll in is better than watching HDTV. And rain isn't something to curse, but to enjoy. Hurry up, before it clears. One of my favorite things to do, too bad I never seem to have time to enjoy them.


pops said...

# 13... Oh my, YES!!!

Hannah said...

"Your world can be half-real and half-imaginary" - I prefer a 30/70 split, respectively.