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  1. who don't have medical degrees try to give me medical/health advice that they probably found on the Internet
    Ex: "you shouldn't drink cranberry juice when you have a sore throat...I heard it makes it worse"
  2. use their phone/computer while I or other people are talking to them
  3. who are adults but think it's cute/funny to act like children or to like childlike things
    Ex: obsession with child-age shows, acting ignorant to adult topics, being overly obsessed with childhood
  1. Del taco at midnight aka 1300 calories in one sitting
  2. Sims 3 - don't judge me
  3. Anything on Bravo
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Okay so I'm doing this just off the cuff so I may miss some important ones.
  1. The Devil Wears Prada
    This movie may be my all-time fave. Every time I watch it, I get inspired to be a bad ass and work my ass off for the success I want. I like it because, although there is a love interest, she actually gives him up to follow her dream because he kinda holds her back. I'm actually a hopeless romantic but I think I like that aspect of this movie because it shows me that life isn't all about loving others - sometimes you have to love yourself first.
  2. Back to the Future
    This movie is just awesome. Anything in the future (whether it's accurate or not) interests me. I can watch this movie any day at any time and I'll be entertained.
  3. Mean Girls
    I mean. Come on. This movie is a fucking classic now. This is our generation's Breakfast Club or Pretty in Pink. So funny and also a really good message.
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  1. Not having a text message from my ex when I woke up this morning. And like honestly being okay with it because I know he's letting me move on.
  2. Sitting at Lollicup in Irvine with my best friend Lorri, watching little Asian kids play with ducks in a pond. It reminded me of high school days when we used to get out at noon and drive to have boba tea and chicken on a stick.
  3. I cuddled next to my mom today and she just held me in her arms for a little bit. It made me feel like a child again and like nothing could go wrong. Being an adult is fucking hard and having a mom who will still love me and nurture me is amazing. I can't imagine living a life without her.
  1. If you wake up every day and decide you're going to have a good day, you'll have a good day. If you decide it'll be a bad day, you'll definitely have a bad day.
    This was advice from my great uncle who was actually more like a grandfather because he's much older than even my grandparents. He died about 6 years ago and this advice has always stuck in my head.
  2. If it's hard to love someone, the relationship isn't right. Basically, if you have to try to convince yourself the relationship is good for you then you're probably wasting your time.
  3. Life isn't fair.
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this list is actually a pretty accurate representation