I enjoy writing these posts more than tater tot posts. Writing a random post about nothing in particular is the grownup equivalent of a study hall note passing session or MASH game. Speaking of which, you can now play the MASH game online.
1-You lose me at “you’ve got to,” “you need to,” and “you should.”
2- Ed McMahon was not employed by Publishers Clearing House. I know, it’s very surprising, isn’t it? The Mandela Effect, often known as False Memory, is the name given to this phenomenon. He did do ads for a company called American Family Publishers, which is probably what we remember.
4- Leftover spaghetti tastes better than fresh spaghetti.
5- Robins are the most underappreciated bird in the Midwest.
6- Every time I see a really big house, I always say, “that’s a lot to clean.”
7- Two words I believe we might benefit from more are scram and yikes.
8- A friend told me that her doctor offered her his secret “migraine buster,” which I am passing on to you. A cheeseburger from McDonald’s with a large Coke. You’re very welcome.
9- If dental and vision care are so crucial, then why don’t they fall under the scope of health insurance?
10- I remember riding in my best friend’s car to our high school graduation rehearsal when this new song came on her car radio. The sky was clear and the sun was shining gloriously. It was a beautiful day, and I felt so free.
Ten years later, she and I were riding to our ten-year high school reunion when the exact same song came on the radio. In disbelief, we snapped our heads to look at each other. We both remembered that day 10 years before. That was my first encounter with synchronicity.
This was the song: