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25 Interesting Shower Thoughts – Part 119

Here are this week’s shower thoughts.

1-5 Shower Thoughts

1. We’re lucky that our bodies require sleep, otherwise, our cultures would have us working 16-20 hour days.

2. Comic-Con is the best way to see what your favorite characters would look like if they let themselves get out of shape.

3. When you’re a kid, one teacher walking into another teacher’s classroom is the biggest crossover event reality has to offer.

4. The biggest cause of cancer in mice is research.

5. The 80s and 90s kids got sick of their moms telling them to pause the game, so they grew up, became developers, and invented games that can’t be paused.

6-10 Shower Thoughts

6. As a kid, the thought of living in a huge house was magical. As an adult, the thought of living in a huge house causes anxiety about the cleaning required.

7. Using wormholes to travel in space would be the equivalent of a stick figure learning to do origami to travel across a piece of paper.

8. If you were born on June 9th, 2000, you’ll be 69 on 6/9/69.

9. Every time someone sets a World Record, the world sets a World Record for a number of World Records recorded.

10. Music is just wiggly air.

11-15 Shower Thoughts

11. Your nose smells the outside of your body when you inhale, but it doesn’t smell the inside of your body when you exhale.

12. Really simple paintings like plain white canvases that sell for millions of dollars could probably just be the mafia discretely transferring money.

13. The only “hangover cure” that actually works is being under 30.

14. “G” is just an arrow going in the round.

15. The internet isn’t full of stupid people. The WORLD is. The internet is just the proof.


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    • they made a video where he witnesses a suicide in a japanese forest, he is making a joke that logan paul hung him there and made it look like he saw it thus creating the illusion that the guy was suicidal.


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