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25 Interesting Shower Thoughts – Part 193

Here are this week’s shower thoughts.

1-5 Shower Thoughts

1. During a nuclear explosion, there is a certain distance of the radius where all the frozen supermarket pizzas are cooked to perfection.

2. Lamps in video games use real electricity.

3. If people from the Star Wars universe ever came to Earth, the fact that it has deserts, rain forests, prairies, tundras, and oceans would probably be a real mind f**k for them.

4. It’s risky to buy soda right after an earthquake.

5. Before a movie starts at a theatre, it’s just 60 people sitting in the dark eating corn.

6-10 Shower Thoughts

6. Space is considered futuristic, even though it’s been here since the very beginning.

7. We are probably simultaneously the fittest and the fattest generation of humans ever in history.

8. Farting is one of the few things everyone universally has in common, yet is one of the most universally embarrassing acts.

9. Dyslexic people probably have a much easier time coming up with “valid” usernames.

10. As you get older, you’re less likely to cry from physical pain and more likely to cry from emotional pain.

11-15 Shower Thoughts

11. Our teeth are likely the only body part we can visually see every day, that could also be seen by distant future generations long after we die.

12. Once you reach a certain level of fame, you can autograph a dollar and make it worth more, effectively generating infinite money.

13. There are probably people who assume they were ghosted by someone they met on a dating app. Never find out that they passed away in an accident. Essentially, literally being ghosted.

14. As a species we can travel vast distances in a few hours, we can send probes to other planets, we can educate ourselves about numerous subjects with only a few clicks, we can combat diseases that would normally kill us, but we still cannot de-select a floor on an elevator.

15. Dying from just sitting and doing nothing is life’s way of saying “you’ve been kicked due to inactivity.”

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