Ever say to yourself "I will never do THAT again"?
Well, as humans and free-thinkers we should all say that now and again...its called growth through experience, err something.
"Ill never eat THERE again"
"Ill never drink THAT much again"
"Ill never go THERE again"
"Ill never believe THAT again"
"Ill never buy THAT again"
All perfect examples of things we learn through experience that would seemingly make us better off in life.
Whether its ignorance, hypocrisy, forgetfulness or a learning disability, sometimes I'm just a dummy.
Fact is, I've been back to Del Taco(many times), been stupidly drunk within 24 hours of hugging a toilet swearing "id never drink again", been back to Reno, fallen for that same guy's psych-out voicemail message (you know, the one where the voicemail message starts out with the person saying "hello....uh huh, uh huh....im not here right now but please leave a message" etc. - ps. fuck you. Guy.), AND I just bought another Dell.
This behavior pattern provokes an interesting thought: is it more valuable to learn an immediate lesson and apply that lesson moving forward, or to recognize that you yourself don't actually learn a whole lot from immediate lessons. Or is it that despite the lesson, you are always prone to make an exception or ignore what you know to be true.
idk, Keeping Up with the Kardashians is on E!