*Getting sushi at a gas station.
*Letting you children cut each other's hair.
*Going shopping at Costco in a little two-seat convertible.
|Where will they put the three-gallon jar of mayonnaise?|
*Buying a house on a busy five-lane highway.
*Eating a McRib.
*Playing baseball in the church parking lot.
*Reposting some horrible meme about someone you disagree with politically without first checking to see if it is actually true. (For example, Bernie Sanders did NOT say, "Any NBA player who scores more than 30 points should be forced to share those points with someone who has not scored that many points, regardless of which team he plays for,"--even though it appears on the internet, seems legitimate, and comes from a reliable-looking source like "americannewstruths.com.")
*Sour Patch Kids cereal.
|It's as delicious as it looks!|
*Electing the same people to Congress again and again, then expecting them to change things for the better.
*Electing a reality-television show host as President of the United States and expecting him to change things for the better.
*Giving your Social Security Number to someone over the phone because you got an official-sounding message saying it had been suspended for, and I quote, "some reason."
*Eating out at Taco Bell on the first date.