We imagine things. Our smiles and tears do not depend on what really happens – they depend on what we think about it.
We do not like doing something when somebody else tells us to do it. Without obligation, it’s much more fun.
We are never ever sure how somebody else feels about us – and therefore are shy to reveal our own feelings, missing a great chance.
We listen to music even when we do not hear it – our fan memory works better than headphones.
We watch Titanic all alone, just not to confess that we also cry every time Jack dies.
We hate wearing glasses until we remember that Harry Potter also did wear them.
We have rehearsed our potential Oscar-receiving speech at least once in a lifetime (if you haven’t, it means you just don’t remember it).
We would love to switch our phones off so that nobody disturbs us, but we still have a mini heart attack every time we forget our phone at home.
We are unique time managers, complaining about not having enough time and wasting time.
We want to be perfect, but we are just people.
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