I think the things that make us laugh and the things that make us cry are the things we most often have in common with our dearest friends.
I think you can pay a dentist to give you a “perfect” smile, but you have to supply the genuine.
I think it’s okay if your friends irk the heck out of you sometimes. Fortunately, you didn’t need that heck anyway.
I think I’d rather be distracting than distracted.
I think you should do it because you know it’s the right thing to do, not because it’s easy or popular. That goes for people, too.
I think the only people who should be cranky about ensuring they have a date for a wedding are the bride and the groom.
I think your willingness to rock out in your car is a solid predictor of our friendship potential.
I think being constantly late is a great way to tell everyone how busy and important you are. Also, how much you suck.
I think there’s something to be said for walking around the block when you’re mad, even if you have to resist kicking a pigeon.
I think guilt is a tremendous motivator… but knowing something came out of guilt makes it less tremendous.
I think regurgitating the words and ideas of others is an easy way to say something clever… but also the easiest way to forget how to be clever yourself.
I think “success” is just like “happiness” — the definitions are so variable that we should all just write our own. And if you find the key to either, it probably only unlocks yours.
I think you better hang on to that key, though.