If Dr. Seuss were reincarnated today, he would become a legend in the rap/hip hop world.
The “Spring Forward” thing would be a lot more popular if we moved the clocks ahead at 2PM on Monday.
Candles are just pet fires.
We dumb down our vocabulary to babies at a time when their minds are most capable of learning language.
There’s so many talented people we will never hear of because of their lack of confidence.
If you ever feel like nobody notices or cares about you, remember that there are 4 other members of Maroon 5.
If boys screamed at girl bands the way girls scream at boy bands it would be terrifying and hilarious.
Surgery beds are basically cutting boards for humans.
We live in a world where a can of nuts must say “Contains: Nuts”
College students don’t want to go to graduation ceremonies, but they go to please their relatives, while relatives don’t want to go but go to support the students; we should all just be honest and skip that ceremony and go out for pizza.
Teachers should be asking students to write short 1-page essays and dock them points for not being concise instead of requiring long 4-page essays. In everyday life, no one likes to read a wall of text.
In school the lesson comes before the test but in life the test comes before the lesson.
Life is just a really complicated exam, in which most people fail by copying from others, not realizing that everyone has a different question paper.
If people actually lived every day as if it were their last, basically nobody would ever go to work or school again.
The most unrealistic thing about Harry Potter is that the they eventually use all the skills they learned in school.
Quotes August 11, 2018
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