Here are this week’s shower thoughts.
1-5 Shower Thoughts
1. When cell phones were new, it was cool to have a fun or interesting ringtone. Today, if your phone isn’t permanently on the silent mode you’re a scumbag.
2. Learning more advanced math in school basically unlocks more buttons of the calculator.
3. Cuttlefish can change color but can’t see color. Maybe we physically change in a perceptible way based on our emotions but can’t perceive it because we lack the senses to notice.
4. Rich people used to watch poor people fight in arenas, now poor people watch rich people fight in arenas.
5. Although he gets a lot of flak, Oscar the Grouch is arguably one of the most important characters of Sesame Street, helping viewers understand that kindness is not guaranteed by everyone, and even unpleasant people deserve respect.
6-10 Shower Thoughts
6. The lightbulb was such a good idea, it became the representation of good ideas.
7. The Millennium Falcon’s off-center cockpit feels weird until you realize that’s how you drive your car.
8. The news has done to our grandparents what they thought video games would do to us.
9. Hard shell tacos survive the factory, delivery trucks, and the store but break as soon as you put something inside them.
10. The day where the janitor in elementary school would go on the roof at recess and throw down all the lost balls and toys was probably the highlight of their professional year. In a job where they were normally ignored or treated with indifference, they’d briefly get to feel admired and appreciated.
11-15 Shower Thoughts
11. A person carrying a cup of fresh coffee in each hand is defenseless and quite dangerous simultaneously.
12. If you’re standing at sea level, most of the dead are buried above you.
13. Someone knowing you exist is such intimate knowledge. There are billions of people that don’t know you exist.
14. There is torture in knowing just enough that someone is wrong, but not knowing enough to tell them exactly how they’re wrong.
15. Failure is spelling a word so badly that there are no spelling suggestions.