Here are this week’s shower thoughts.
1-5 Shower Thoughts
1. The grass is so weird. It’s a living organism, & it’s everywhere. There’s so much of it, and it will probably never go extinct. It’s so common that its absence would actually be more noticeable than it’s existence. Nobody ever thinks about it, but it gets even weirder if you think about it longer.
2. If people said “it’s okay to be nervous” instead of “don’t be nervous”, it might make things a little easier.
3. Alcohol is like a potion with +5 charisma and -2 dexterity that you can only buy if you’re above a certain level.
4. Today, we think that blood smells like metal. Our ancient ancestors would have thought that metal smells like blood.
5. If an object is large enough, it becomes a location.
6-10 Shower Thoughts
6. The better a dating app is, the faster you’re supposed to delete it.
7. Images of Earth are actually group selfies where no one paid attention to the camera.
8. If you are a 2000s kid but grew up poor you would’ve had a much similar experience to 90s kids.
9. With a strong enough microscope, watching paint dry would actually be pretty interesting.
10. Having your significant other as your home screen is this generation’s version of keeping a picture of them in your wallet.
11-15 Shower Thoughts
11. Someone who says he is gonna be there in 6 minutes is probably earlier than someone who says he is gonna be there in 5 minutes.
12. You don’t appreciate the significance of a single piece of toilet paper until you’re down to the last one.
13. The “smell of death” is actually the smell caused by billions of living organisms.
14. We discovered how to destroy the Earth before we discovered a way to leave it.
15. Older people who say, “respect your elders.” Are usually not acting respectably.
1. Grass is only about 100 million years old. Technically it’s a weed, with how it’s enveloped the entire planet.
19. >< Your argument is circular: the record-setting grosses of these films are because they are better and more successful: the box office comes from people seeing the film and convincing others to see it as well, who in turn convince others, because they think the film is better than other films in release at the same time.