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Also about early+295As you get older, the way you act on Christmas morning changes. When you're very young, you get up and go downstairs straight away, only having to wait for your parents. As you hit your teens, you're still excited but you don't get up as early. When you reach early adulthood, it's a fun day but you're still comfortable lying in a bit longer. And when you reach adulthood, you're the cause of the delayed present opening, amirite?
Also about early+166The early bird isn't really the one who gets the worm. The bird needs to be smart and quick to catch a worm, so the saying should be more like "The early, witty, and agile bird catches the worm", amirite?
Also about early+177The early bird catches the worm but if you're too early, the worm won't even be awake yet, amirite?
Also about bath+732Wanna hear a clean joke? John took a bath Wanna hear a cleaner joke? John took a bath with bubbles Wanna hear a dirty joke? Bubbles was a man, amirite?
Also about bath+533When getting out of a bath, all it takes is a few minutes delay to change your reaction form "That was such a nice and relaxing bath" to "Oh shit! I'm so dizzy.", amirite?
Also about early+778When you were little you were always up early and it amazed you how your older siblings could sleep until noon. But nowadays you always sleep until noon (or even later) and you are amazed by how people get up early voluntarily, amirite?
Also about bath+59It's weird when you have the bath running and you get undressed before it's ready. Do you just awkwardly stand there in the nude and wait, do you get dressed again (only to have that undone in a few minutes), or do you get into the bath, risking getting burned or frozen by the little water that's in there, amirite?