Selected Shower Thoughts

We laugh at dogs getting excited when they hear a bark on TV, but if TV was a nonstop stream of unintelligible noises and then someone suddenly spoke to you in your language, you’d be pretty fucking startled too.

Being able to tolerate the sound of your own voice in a video is probably the highest form of self acceptance.

If elevators hadn’t been invented, all the CEOs and important people would have their offices on the first floor as a sign of status.

We do not check the refrigerator multiple times to find new food, we check to see if our standards have dropped enough to eat what was available.

You aren’t paid according to how hard you work, you are paid according to how hard you are to replace

Most of the trash you see on the ground is unhealthy food packaging because people who don’t care about their own health don’t care about the Earth’s either.

As a kid, teenagers seemed so big and scary because in most TV shows they were actually played by adults in their 20s.

Superman’s most unappreciated power is his extraordinary fine motor skill. He has almost unlimited strength and can literally move mountains, yet is also able to shake someone’s hand without inadvertently ripping off their arm.

The kids growing up gaming on tablets are going to have all the internet addiction without any of the computer skills.

Telling kids that a cop will arrest you as a disciplinary tool, then expecting kids to tell a cop if something bad is happening to them, must be confusing as hell.

People who respond with “That’s not how the world works” when told to be nice are the reason that’s not how the world works.

If a morgue worker dies they’d still need to come in to work one more time

Technically, your alarm tone is your theme song as it starts every episode

Spider-Man almost certainly has auto-rotate turned off on his phone.

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“Showerthought” is a loose term that applies to the types of thoughts you might have while carrying out a routine task like showering, driving, or daydreaming. At their best, showerthoughts are universally relatable and find the amusing/interesting within the mundane.