Lessons Learned From Watching Reality TV
-Creating fire and reading maps are valuable skills.
-Less is not always more, especially when you're talking about clothes.
-People around you will not appreciate it if you eat all the food, steal their (dirty) socks or just lay around on your lazy ass while they do all the work.
-While knowing a foreign language is helpful, being able to speak the English language is essential. (Thank goodness for subtitles.)
-Do not serve raw chicken to someone you want to impress. (Or live.)
-If you are cheating on your significant other, going on cable television will make it obvious and they will find out.
-Someone is always watching you. (Even when it's dark and you are under the covers.)
-Never trust anyone if you are both going after the same prize. (Although I use the term "prize" loosely when referring to Flavor Flav, New York, or Tila Tequila.)
-Guys named Spencer are douchebags. And so are their sisters.
-If the only person telling you that you have talent also gave birth to you, chances are you don't.
-Drinking too much will cause you to puke.
-Massages can be very persuasive.
-Dating the same man and/or woman as 19 others at the same time is not the way to find true love.
-It's never okay to lie about having cancer.
-Drugs are bad.
-Not all people are meant for closeups.
-Even rich and beautiful woman have self esteem issues.
-Just because you work in a restaurant doesn't mean you can cook.
-It is acceptable to call someone a whore, bitch, slut, etc. but never, never, never talk about someones mama. Especially if they can spit long distance or you're wearing a weave.
What have you learned from watching reality TV?
Let me know in the comments and then go learn more from Denise in her Life Lesson Thursday post.
Theme week will be wrapping up tomorrow and we saved the best for last so be sure to come back on Friday!