Top 9 tips for a better future based on Google Zeitgeist
When Google revealed their "what the world searched for in 2013" thing it provided me with quite a few amusing moments, some shake-my-head-in-disbelief moments and some people-what-is-wrong-with-you moments. Since I presently have nothing better to do I decided to take it upon myself to compile a top 9 list of advice for a better 2014 (and a better future in general) based on what the people of this world search for "on the line" and of course my completely brilliant and unparalleled advice giving capacity. Here it goes:
1. Fathers, teach your sons how to tie a tie.
2. Mothers, teach your daughters about not taking things too literally (like, you know, a wrecking ball).
3. Kids, what your parents say might sound like the babble that the Fox says but do listen to at least some of it, it is important.
4. Stop watching the Kardashians. If you don't, they will just keep making new shows and new babies and there are quite enough of them already to torture us with reality programming for decades.
5. If you're gonna have a beer, stop worrying about how many calories it has. Just enjoy it, dagnabbit!
6. Don't search for anxiety symptoms online. It will only give you anxiety.
7. Keep calm and expand your musical taste.
8. While we're on the subject, don't twerk. It sounds and looks like some kind of a condition (and not the good kind).
9. Take a chance and learn how to flirt, kiss and love in real life. It's awesome!