I don't think we live in the past. I do however believe that we should remember those things we grew up with. They usually involved Flip Phones, AIM Screen names, and those emo kids who went through phases. We have no problem forgetting about them for a while. However, with St. Joseph's College's Dance Club performing a throwback themed show, and Disney remaking the same movies over and over again, I felt inspired to write this listicle. Because after all that we have gone through we need a laugh. So here goes.
1- When someone questions your sense of direction.
GPS: "Signal lost."
Me: "No. You are lost."
2- When your bro gets his heart broken, but you try the best of it.
3- When you find a picture worthy of ridicule.
Hey. I know this is embarrassing. I am still using it!
4- When everyone seems to know each other, but you don't know anyone.
Come on, people. It won't hurt you to introduce me!
5- When wanting to be original fails.
While in our twenties, we like to think that as kids we've seen it all. Now? It's like they went to the past and stole their inspirations for technology from other people.
6-When hunger gets the best of you.
We have all been The Beast at times.
7-The reason as to why we are awake at 3:30AM
If the force could die while I sleep, that'd be great.
8-Those haircut instructions though.
I still can't get over the fact that I was bald for over a month and a half. I am still salty, barber guy.
9- And who can't forget that friend that knows you are on a diet? And still...
No, Tracy. I don't want a whole pizza to myself. But if you insist.
10-Those drunken escapades.
Seriously, dude. She does not have to know I peed my pants in the third grade. Let's move on.
11-That high school drama.
Or that Former Pledge that drop out of your fraternity/sorority to join another one.
12- Those two scenes that reminded us of the reality of friendships.
Dear friends: The weirder things I show you, the closer we are. And that's facts!
13- Oh! And when it is time to write an essay? Chances are you don't know what to write it about.
Same ideas, same nonsense. Thanks, Kronk.