5.“Being chased relentlessly by someone you constantly tell them you’re not interested in. It’s not romantic or comedic; it’s just a mix of stalking and teasing if you keep showing up in their life and/or throwing romantic gestures in their way. Maybe you can try again later if You feel like your initial approach or timing is off. But really, leave the other person alone until then. Really alone – don’t follow them in real life or on social media, even if they don’t find (they will), you will inevitably let something slip when you’re contact, and that would be very bad.”
12.“Washing dishes to cheerful music. Dishes aren’t fun.”
13.“Riding a motorcycle without a helmet, eye protection, or jacket of some sort. In the movies, it always looks cool and tense. In fact? Good luck driving at a higher speed without any form of eye protection; wind resistance is killer. To say nothing of bugs”.
14.“Flying in a helicopter. It’s fun for about the first hour or so. After that, imagine someone rocking you hour after hour. Helicopters aren’t as easy to ride as fixed-wing planes. There’s constant shaking, and in after several hours in a helicopter, you’re exhausted.” Plus, it’s quite loud, so you have to wear earmuffs. Films always make helicopters look cool and shiny, and they are for 20 minutes.”
15th.“Living in New York City in your twenties. It’s so romantic. In the movies, you live in a clean, safe neighborhood with a roommate in a cool turn-of-the-century building with an elevator, and you commute to your fun job with a smile on your face. In fact, you live In a studio with three other people.The bathroom one is too small to open the door completely because it hits your toilet.You are expected to be the first to the office because you are the newest employee.It is summertime so the subway is wet and smells like urine,and the train you usually take Disabled, so you’re past your stop and now late for the job he hates.”
16.“Lie on the grass. Sounds very comfortable, but it’s itchy.”
18.“Football. In the movies, it’s always this action-packed sequence of touchdowns and tackles. In real life, they are lucky to go 14 inches before the whistle sounds, and need to pause the game and re-set up. Less common and not as impressive.”