Here I go again stirring things up and messing with the system…if you can call a bucket list a system. It’s not that I don’t appreciate the idea of a bucket list, it is just that I don’t have one per say. I usually find new things I want to do and just do them. I know crazy, right?
So while driving around town, running more errands than necessary, I was listening to the radio and this comedian (John Pinette) was talking about ice skating. He said, it is now on his no-bucket or anti-bucket list, something he feels he really doesn’t have to do again. Well, that got me thinking about stuff that not only I don’t want to do again but more importantly things I don’t EVER want to do or try or attempt or….well you get the idea.
As always I will keep my list short, simply because I know your time is precious and frankly even I get bored with myself (on occasion). I don’t want to lose you mid-way through a 100 items…here goes 10 (it’s a safe number)
1- Ski Diving: no need to jump off a perfectly good plane, maybe if the plane is going to crash and I need to exit quickly I might change my mind.
2- Bungee Jumping: same idea as #1. It’s a good bridge why chance it.
3- Eating at Golden Corral: no offense but I have paid my dues and it just not a place where I care spend my $. (my blog, my opinion…don’t send hate mail) Actually, I will be honest and tell you that I have pretty much banned ALL buffets.
4- Driving a “speed/racing car”: I have no desire to even sit in one, I am just not that kind of gal…now give me a nice F150 4X4…oh wait, that’s my hottie husband’s truck! 😉
5- Going to a nude beach: truth be said: I have been to one BY ACCIDENT, I wasn’t nude (DEAR LORD I WASN’T) and still I can’t shake the damaging images I saw that day.
6- Entering an eating contest: I really don’t need to know how many pies or hot dogs I can eat in one sitting, the aftermath would be dramatic (to say the least)
7- Going on a submarine: there is not enough drugs or alcohol to make this happen.
8- Going to the North or South Pole: come on…I don’t even like the cold winters in Indiana.
9- Swimming with sharks: too clumsy.
10- Swimming the English Channel: I am in good shape but frankly I don’t care to look like a giant prune when I get to France. I will take a plane or a boat thank you very much.
Peace and Love Always,
P.S. feel free to share your Anti-Bucket List items with the rest of the class 🙂
No worries….they are just playing!