The First Ten Things I learned in Life that become More Important as I get Older! - Life Humor
IJCH - Inside JaiChai's Head (meaning: My warped, personal opinions and musings)
From the Author:
I am JaiChai.
And if I haven't had the pleasure of meeting you before, I'm delighted to make your acquaintance now.
This morning I was purging my hard drive of old clutter and I came across a list of items I'd made a few months back.
It was a response to my friend's question:
"JaiChai, what were the first ten things you learned in life?"
I'm sure that he was referring to the first ten significant, epiphany-style, life-changing lessons I'd learned up to now.
Instead, my wise-ass self gave him a list of (literally) the first ten things I learned in life.
He wasn't amused.
But reading the list now, maybe they - the first ten things I learned - weren't so trivial afterall.
In fact, now at 55 years old (BTW, have you heard? 55 is the new 35!), these items have become even more significant in my life.
So, without further adieu, here's "The Ten Things".
The First Ten Things I learned in Life that become More Important as I get Older!
1. Air is Good.
Again, Air is Good!
2. Dependence Sucks.
Seriously, Dependence Sucks!
3. Two tits, one mouth. Why?
I said, "Two tits, one mouth. Why!?"
4. Bodily Functions Feel Good.
Yessiree, Bodily Functions Feel Good!
5. No one knows My Language.
No one knows My Language, Damnit!
6. I can Control Big People with Bodily Functions.
I can Control Big People with Bodily Functions...
7. Things shrink a little everytime I Wake Up.
Damn! Things shrink a little everytime I Wake Up!
8. Things with fur Bite Back.
Ungrateful things with fur fuckin' Bite Back!
9. Tits are Soft and Make You Sleepy.
Cool. Tits are Soft and Make You Sleepy. Very Cool!
10. Ground is Hard.
Ground is fuckin' Hard!
Thanks for stopping by.
About the Author
Believing that school was too boring, he dropped out of High School early; only to earn an AA, BS and MBA in less than 4 years much later in life – while working full-time as a Navy/Marine Corps Medic.
In spite of a fear of heights and deep water, he performed high altitude, free-fall parachute jumps and hazardous diving ops in deep, open ocean water.
After 24 years of active duty, he retired in Asia.
Since then, he's been a full-time, single papa and actively pursuing his varied passions (Writing, Disruptive Technology, Computer Science and Cryptocurrency - plus more hobbies too boring or bizarre for most folk).
He lives on an island paradise with his teenage daughter, longtime girlfriend and three dogs.