Day twenty-nine (More)

(29th day, 336 more days left) More Life Lessons.

Things I’ve learned in Life

  • We all will die someday
  • You can tell a lot about a person by watching their child
  • Eat to live not live to eat
  • Your children will treat you the same way you treat your parents
  • Teach your child the value of money as early as possible
  • Don’t take a student loan out for your child because it’s their choice to go to school and should be their debt not yours
  • Reality shows are scripted, people’s lives are not that interesting all the time
  • If all you do is attract losers then you have to change YOU
  • I.U.D. worked for me
  • You should always wear a bra to prevent saggy tits
  • Teach people how to treat you
  • Valentine’s Day annoys me
  • Girls need to learn to give their virginity rather than lose it
  • Going to your high school prom is so overrated
  • Not everyone can live the way you live
  • Men who don’t like sports are questionable
  • Don’t ever let yourself go
  • Men make better hair stylists
  • Your feet grow after having a child
  • You will die owing somebody

Love Yourself!

Written By: Maxx

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2 responses to “Day twenty-nine (More)

  • Jp

    Don’t take a student loan out for your child because it’s their choice to go to school and should be their debt not yours

    One better is to teach them the value of working toward their goal when they decide to go to college. Allow the to spend several hours a week looking for free money and working in the summer and through the school year to save for tuition. Most instate school tuition is very reasonable and if possible for them to live at home that’s even better.

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