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Quick Experience

Whenever I was younger and wanted to do something big like helping my dad put furniture together, he would tell me that I was still too young and that I would have to wait until I was older. Everytime I hear something like this from my parents, I always wished that I could grow up quickly and be able to do certain things.

Sometimes even now, I wish I had experience in any area I wanted so that I could do or achieve something without having to put in the time and effort. For example, I really want to get a job and get out of college. Sometimes, I wish I could get the experience I needed for a job and just skip all the years of college and save all the money spent towards my tuition.

Do you think that maybe we could just put “experience” into band-aids and stick them on whenever we want to do something we don’t have the experience for?

Maybe if we wanted to get an A on a math test that we didn’t study for, we could just stick on a math patterned band-aid on our arm and get all the experience and knowledge for math in a second and ace that test. Or, if we wanted to figure out how to raise a kid, we could stick a baby patterned band-aid on our heads and in a second learn how to properly take care of a baby.

But then again, life would be less enjoyable if we could get experience the easy way?

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Posted by on May 5, 2011 in Experience


Updated Resume

I’m sure that we’re all ramming our heads into the walls with frustration because we’ve never been asked to think about this many creative ideas about band-aids. I never realized how many ideas one could actually come up with about a simple little adhesive strip.

Since we’re all so experienced now with applying band-aids with any aspect of daily life, maybe we should all put “extreme band-aid expert” on our job resumes..

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Posted by on May 5, 2011 in Experience


Say something nice

One fault that I think is one of the worst faults I have is saying things out loud before thinking. Sometimes I just say things out loud that I don’t think through and end up sounding stupid or hurting someone’s feelings unintentionally. People keep telling me that I need to think things through before I say them out loud. One of these days, my quick mouth is going to get me in trouble.

Another problem I have is keeping quiet when it comes to criticizing things about people. If I think a person is doing something wrong or something stupid, I tell them straight up that I think they’re being dumb. This has gotten me in some trouble and I have hurt people along the way with my mouth.

Band-aids cover wounds to help them ward off any incoming germs. Maybe to protect people from getting hurt with my hurtful words and quick mouth, I should cover my mouth with a band-aid anytime I feel like saying something mean. After all, if you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all!

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Posted by on May 4, 2011 in Experience