Friday, April 15, 2011

Learned Lessons

I remember times when I said, “I wish someone had told me that.” Well, I’m going to share a few of them with you.

I’ve learned that:
1- Time happens. It doesn’t alter course for anyone.
2- You have to love someone enough to let them go.
3- There is no such thing as “winter” air for your tires.
4- You can go on, long after you think you can’t.
5- 70% of my grey hair is from buying a house.
6- Success is measured by the friends you have, not who you know.
7- You don't have to follow your friends off a bridge.
8- NEVER get in the way of someone’s coffee-break.
9- If you’re doing something you can’t tell your partner about, you shouldn’t be doing it.
10- Give time, time.
11- Life isn’t fair.
12- I’ve learned to take hints.
13- No one can win an argument with a cop, except a Judge.
14- My gut is seldom wrong.
15- Karma’s a bitch.
16- At some point, staying out until 4 AM is just painful.
17- Some people are just not tired enough.
18- Miscommunication is the biggest communication problem people have.
19- Bad things do happen to good people.
20- People deserve a second chance, not a third.
21- If I don’t love myself, I can’t expect others to love me.
22- Between 40 and 60, age is relative.
23- You usually find something when you stop looking, including love.
24- You can’t run away from your problems, no matter where you go, there you are.
25- Most people don't masturbate enough.
26- Once a cheater, always a cheater.
27- I don't need a "Real Man" to show me what I'm missing.
28- I'm more of a man then most males I know.
29- Mine will always be bigger.
And finally,
30- NO ONE can fix, stupid!

Share some of your lessons…

1 comment:

  1. Hi Annie,

    Okay, I got all of them, hell I think I invented some of them, but number 3. WTF?


    I gotta add, there's no such thing as a stupid question. Only stupid people who make the questioner feel bad.

    The only sure things in life are death and taxes

    Tell those who are important to you that you love them, a lot. You never know what tomorrow will bring. They, or you, may not be around.