Wednesday, April 27, 2005


There are many misconceptions in society that I've observed. Here's an incomplete list of them so far:

  • You cannot function in life without a cell phone, and they make you a better driver too!
  • Morals are achieved only through religion.
  • "R-O-L-A-I-D-S" spells relief.
  • Actors are important people. So are athletes.
  • Women can do anything men can do, but better.
  • Wearing your hat sideways makes you look cool.
  • Accelerating quickly in a car is impressive. And when you turn your bass up so it rumbles the entire neighborhood, everyone will think you're a stud.
  • If you're bald, or balding, wear a hat. Nobody will ever notice.
  • Watching television is productive, and time well spent.
  • Humans are the smartest and most advanced species in existance.
  • Marijuana is destructive to society.
  • Video games are for children.
  • Men have the choice whether or not to father a child.
  • Drug addiction is a disease.
  • Eating only one meal a day is healthier.
  • People really like hearing all about your kids, and especially your grandkids.
  • Condoms are 100% effective.
  • Success is measured by the size of bank accounts.
  • People care about Demi Moore.
  • All americans are power hungry.
  • Pennies are worthless.
  • Breast size is important.
  • Diet soda is healthy.
  • Valentine's Day is romantic.
  • Only geeks watch Star Trek.
  • Weddings are examples of money well spent.
  • Keanu Reeves is a bad actor.
  • Britney Spears is smart.
  • Gay people are confused.
  • Money isn't important to women.
  • Looks aren't important to men.
  • Having kids is a noble act.
  • There are plenty of good reasons for a man to get married.
  • If you feel bad, you should be medicated.
  • You need credit cards.
  • You will never get an STD, that sort of thing only happens to other people.
  • Plants can't feel pain.
  • Rap isn't music, and it takes no talent.
  • Smoking is attractive.
  • Everyone is over-worked and under-paid.
  • The world is a wonderful place.

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