Random Thoughts

A promotional image of collectible Shizukuishi...

A promotional image of collectible Shizukuishi kyuun kyuun toilet paper, with images from the all-ages omorashi comic, Iinari! Aibure-shon. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ICA:s uttagsautomat, Ringens köpcentrum, Stock...

ICA:s uttagsautomat, Ringens köpcentrum, Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Reflections on Life.

It is short. You can remember a day, a week, a month but the years fly by.

It has ups and downs. Some days are great and others not so good. Everybody has troubles, dramas, and mood swings.

There are stages one goes through. Some are great stages and other ones suck.

The silver spoon you were suppose to have may have tarnish on it. Even rich people with all the money you can imagine have days they think life sucks.

We all face the piper, it is just when that is the random piece.

We constantly wait for the other shoe to fall.

Just when you think you have it all, the toilet paper runs out.

ATM machines do not give you more money than you have in your account.

If you do not like yourself than hopefully someone will steal your identity.

Got milk is not the logo for people with lacto intolerance.

They freed the slaves so why do I go to work and slave away?

Imagine you have to take a pill to have a child. No consequences for a sexual life and no need for condoms. Would the population go up or down?

Cars will soon drive themselves. If there is an accident who gets the ticket?

The computer of the car was speeding or did not give the right of way?

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4 thoughts on “Random Thoughts

  1. Excellent post.
    Life is but a mere glimpse. One moment we are here, the next, who knows. Nothing is guaranteed in life except bills, taxes and death. People put so much importance into the tangible goods, material things , money. What about happiness? Does money buy people happiness? No. Money makes it easier to disguise unhappiness behind material things.
    With Christmas around the corner, I see people posting on their blogs their X-mas wish list; they are all material things that can be bought. My X-mas list is the following: – Health and Strength for the sick and weak.- Food and shelter for the homeless – Love for the lonely – Peace for the world. What ever happened to wishing for the best out of life and not wishing for things money can buy? If anyone understands this, it is you!

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