Stuff I Used to Worry About

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I used to worry about dying young; now, I just worry about dying.

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I used to worry about going bald; now, I just worry about my hat blowing off.

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I used to worry about getting fat; now, I just worry that I’m not worried about getting fat.

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I used to worry about being publicly humiliated; now, I worry about becoming a meme.

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I used to worry that life had no meaning; now, I worry that the whole reason we are here is to give birds something to crap on.

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I used to worry that I’d never find a significant other; now, I worry that same woman will find me if I don’t move every three months.

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I used to worry about failing at school; now, I just worry about forgetting everything I learned there.

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I used to worry that I wasn’t cool; now, I worry about becoming feral.

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I used to worry about people laughing at me; now, I’m glad there are people around to laugh.

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I used to worry that, one day, I’d reach the limit of pain I could endure; now, I worry that the limit doesn’t exist…

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28 thoughts on “Stuff I Used to Worry About

      1. I hit that Catch-22. I had to run to keep the weight off, but the more I ran the more weight I was gaining. I screwed everything up. I finally reached the “who gives a f***” moment. Although I still workout and run, I also shrug and eat more food I actually enjoy instead of cardboard and celery.

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      2. You ever see a fat man run?
        It’s really not something I wish to talk about – or ever want to see again.
        But that having been said, it wasn’t a very long run and was over pretty quick.

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      1. LOL! I reflected that everything I worried about when I was ten years old now makes no difference at all…so I am projecting myself forward looking back with the same attitude. LOL!

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