i'm twenty one but look sixteen. i have my navel & tongue pierced and working on a 2nd tattoo. highly sarcastic (fondly known as the asian daria). a graphic design-turned-business major. i'm a brother of delta sigma pi. i'm double jointed and tri-lingual. i have a boyfriend, a wife, two twinnies, a pet bunny, and over 200,000 brothers.
i am officially resigning as an adult. i have decided to purge my responsibilities and take on the responsibilities of an 8-year old instead.
i want to go to McDonald's and think that it is a four star restaurant.
i want to jump through puddles after a rainstorm and spend hours playing in the snow.
i want to think that boys have cooties and want nothing to do with them.
i want to ride my bike (with training wheels) with the pretty tassles, basket, and horn.
i want to return to a time when life was simple; when all you knew were colors, multiplication tables, and nursery rhymes, but that didn't bother you, because you didn't know what you didn't know and you didn't care. all you knew was to be happy because you were blissfully unaware of all the things that would upset or worry you in the future.
i want to think the world is fair, that everyone is honest and good.
i want to believe that anything is possible. i want to be oblivious to the complexities of life and be excited by the little things.
i want to live simply again. i don't want my day to consist of computer crashes, homework assignments, phone calls, annoying co-workers, depressing news, relationship problems, gossip, illness and loss of loved ones.
i want to believe in the power of smiles, hugs, a kind word, truth, flowers, peace, dreams, the imagination, and making snow angels.
so... here's my checkbook and my car keys, my credit card bills, and my tax papers. i am officially resigning from adulthood.
some knowledge in this world is simply uneccessary. this is a list of things i wish i had never learned.
calculus. unless you're a mathematician or scientist (or something along those lines), there is absolutely no need to know calculus. in the "real world", all you really need to know is basic arithmetic. knowing how to add and subtract when you're out shopping, knowing how to take 15% of a check for tipping, etc. and even then, a calculator can be used in place of actual thinking. all these years of being forced into math classes have been useless. it does more harm than good.
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