Tommy's Thursday Thoughts: Vol. 79 - The First Texts
-If you hide in the bushes and take secret pictures of couples, you’re a stalker. But if you get paid for it, you’re an engagement photographer.
-It’s weird how much of a crossover there is between breakfast foods and desserts. Two pretty polar opposite meals yet many foods can be eaten for both. Muffins, donuts, and other pastries just to name a few.
-I think church would have a lot higher attendance if there wasn’t so much standing up. The whole mass is up-and-down, up-and-down. It’s exhausting. I’m sure God would understand if people just sat the entire time. It is by far the biggest problem in the Catholic Church.
-I’m gonna speak out for the little people here. I think it’s pretty dumb that Instagram only lets you post stories with swipe up links if you have 10,000 followers. Even though you guys are just mere mortals, anyone should be able to share links if they want to.
-A restaurant serving a fully cooked chicken and calling it “free range” seems quite ironic to me.
-Texting before texting was really a thing is weird to reflect on. I still remember the first text I ever sent from my Samsung flip phone. I texted my friend Brian the lyrics to the 2007 smash hit “Kiss Kiss” by Chris Brown and T-Pain. There was truly no reason to do this. And I’m pretty sure it cost me like 99 cents.
-Saying “Great minds think alike” at the exact same time is the most in-sync you can possibly be with another person.
-When hosting a party or event of some sort, it’s a big time dad move to walk around and say, “I don’t even know who half these people are.” But deep down, he knows.
-There’s an urban legend that being able to tie a cherry stem with your tongue means you’re a good kisser. But I feel like if you have actually kissed someone in the motion it takes to tie a cherry stem, it would be an extremely unpleasant experience for both parties. I’m also pretty sure this may just come from that one episode of Drake & Josh.
Thank you for your time.