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Things To Think About In January That Are Not Self-Improvement

Patrick Tomasso

Whenever you laughed so tough along with your buddy that no sound came out of your mouth and you knew, even just for those eight seconds, what it felt like to be full of nothing besides the pleasure and silliness you were experiencing in that specific moment.

That bit of dialog you see in that one book many years ago that was so true and so true and so exactly something that you’t believed in your own brain before that it educates you just how real of a person that you are and just how real different people are too.

That one joke your random classmate made in middle school that still makes you laugh to this day when it pops up in your brain, though you’re an adult and you haven’t talked to that kid (who’s also an adult but remains frozen in your mind as if your 12-year-old peer) in over a decade but whose joke remains, in your opinion, one of the top ten funniest things anyone has ever mentioned.

The fact that Lindsay Lohan may have BEEN somebody.

The idea that 80%, or maybe 90% or maybe 96 percent, of the things that are stressing you out right now are likely to be incredibly trivial when you-in-ten-years-from-now thinks back to these (if you can even recall what they were).

That one time you seen a psychological moment between two people in people who you didn’t understand, but it leaves you tear up when you consider it.

How they were such a part of your life and those little robot folks from Zoog Disney and you’re about to google them.

You should capitalize lsquo the &;rsquo & gram; in google/Google when you use it .

Just how everything seems a tiny bit less depressing January is finished.

That feeling when you don’t need to visit this one devotion that is societal but you really feel like you need to go but your buddy cancels and it’s just about the high there ever could be.

That time somebody sent you that one text that was so meaningful and touching and heartening and they didn’t understand how much you wanted it at that moment but you really did want it at that specific moment and you still have it memorized and it warms you when you recite it into your head, like it’s warming you at the moment.

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