At first Elton John seems kind of cheesy but basically most of his songs are about having fun, falling in love, or not wanting to die or experience pain. How could you not love "Your Song"? It's yours.
Imagine Great Gatsby, The Invisible Man or any other really good Sparknotes you've ever read. Books are everything good about them but even more of it.
What's cool about documentaries is they're like movies but real. They're kind of bleak but actually even more intense because the people live to suffer the consequences.
There are a lot of interesting things going on in nature shows that you'd never really see otherwise. Weird animals. Strange rocks. Mad bugs.
People basically acted the same before the 1950s so when you start watching black and white movies there's a lot of new movies you can watch. Frankly, sometimes you don't even need the colors. They're just colors.
Buttons are great because they give you lots of options, like you can leave the shirt open or keep it closed, to make it either a full or a half shirt.
When you stretch though it makes it easier to play sports without it hurting for so long after, plus you get more time to chill before you have to run around.
Nighttime is sick for drinking, all-nighters and watching porn with your middle school best friends. During the day though you can see and hang out outside, plus it's easier to stay awake and hang out with everybody else (who are mostly awake during the day time anyway).
Even though they like a lot of lame stuff in a lot of ways they raised me and gave me a lot of free stuff, in addition to having generally good advice and offering decent affection/hugs.
There are a lot of fun things to do and eat but vegetables are one of the only things that you probably won't feel bad afterwards. This actually relates pretty well with my last one
Yo I was super confused on this one until I tried them sautéed. Anyway there is no better time to get into brussels sprouts than your twenties.