Can one learn as much from bad advice as they can from good? Woods of Wisdom™ is a ongoing collaborative poster series featuring tips on how to live a terrible life.
This is a project by James T. Edmondson. Direct emails to firstname.lastname@example.org
People really like it when you reference your other friends.
Just go to beauty school.
Babies save marriages.
Dance like everyone is watching.
Love like the person you love doesn’t love you.
Sing like people can’t hear you. Loud.
Live like there’s no such thing as Hell. ‘Cause there isn’t.
Pick a clutch word and use it to death. Clutch.
Pick an epic word and use it to death. Epic.
My hair is fucking bright red now
Cause your sister has been licking it?
Never ever ever take no for an answer.
Beat a dead horse, literally.
Show that girl you like her, grab her ass.
Memorize a movie and then watch it with all your friends. They’ll be impressed by how much you sound like the characters.
Tip: extremely tight clothes make you look skinny.
Tip: budget fudget
Communication never helps. Keep your feelings inside.
You really do drive better after about five beers.
Go on and live like you’re terrified, of everything.
Must be original. Must be terrible.
Think, "Is this telling someone to do something awful?"
Should not simply be the opposite of good advice. "Run with scissors" isn't as interesting as "Watch one Rob Schneider movie every day."
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