Here are this week’s shower thoughts.
1-5 Shower Thoughts
1. If you drive a new car, you are rich. If you drive an old car, you are poor. If you drive a super old car, you are super rich.
2. In most groups of friends, one of them will eventually go to all the other friends’ funerals, and one of them won’t go to anyone’s funeral.
3. If you see someone wearing a $20,000 watch it’s hard to know if they’re really good with money or really bad with money.
4. If your identical twin got plastic surgery, it would be hard not to feel a little insulted.
5. If every high school/college student took one year long practical course where they work one semester in retail and one semester in food service, there would be far less rude customers.
6-10 Shower Thoughts
6. Being a surgeon is like being a mechanic except you have to fix the car while the engine is running.
7. The most unrealistic thing about Guardians of the Galaxy is that Peter didn’t break his headphones for 30+ years.
8. The worst feeling is when you catch up to a TV show and you have to wait a whole week for the next episode like a mortal.
9. If you speak with a lot of slang and profanity in your native language, you don’t speak the language very well. If you speak with a lot of slang and profanity in a second language, you speak the language excellently.
10. When we lose track of the mouse cursor, our first instinct is to move it erratically, because we adapted to looking for quick movements when hunting.
11-15 Shower Thoughts
11. Shaking hands, giving the peace sign, and bumping fists are all ways to say goodbye. It’s like rock paper scissors, except you want to tie.
12. You could add any numbers after 3.14159265358 and people would probably believe you if you said you knew the first 100 digits of Pi.
13. Maybe time travelers already changed lots of horrible events, and our history is what they think is acceptable.
14. The first person to cook rice probably cooked way more rice than they expected.
15. Horses were the first labor force to lose their jobs to robots.