Exciting times people. It’s the very first post of 2018! It’s only three days into the new year and so far Friends has been added on Netflix, I managed to purchase the very last of an item in the online sales and I found a packet of Oreos I didn’t know I had so not a bad start. In this Wednesday wisdom I thought I’d take a look at all we’ve learned from this year because it’s only going to help us in the long term.
Ok Wednesday wisdom: If you’re in a really bad situation, the best thing to do is to distract yourself with something funny. This was shown at Donald Trump’s inauguration when everyone chose to focus on George W. Bush struggling to get his raincoat on.
If there is a big black ball that suddenly starts moving over the sun, don’t look directly at it!
If you’re going to high five someone make sure they’re aware of what you’re doing, as proved by dear Jeremy Corbyn who performed the worst high five in history.
Kids are great don’t get me wrong, but sometimes you have to keep them away for a bit while you do something serious. These can be things like doing a BBC News debate on South Korea that went viral all because of how hilarious everyone found it.
It’s ok to be having an off day. We all have days when everything seems to be going wrong and there’s nothing we can do to stop it. These can include having a coughing fit that wont even stop after water or a cough sweet, getting pranked with a form of leaving employment when you have no wish to go, or where certain letters on a sign fall down because even they can’t deal with the day any longer. No matter what you do some things just end up going spectacularly wrong, and in the end all you can do is laugh.
If you want to get the British public to watch tv then all you need to do is film a lot of cool nature scenes and have it narrated by David Attenborough, because honestly everyone will drop their Sunday night plans for it.
Have an awesome 2018!!!