It’s so easy to get stuck in a rut. You wake up, drink the same coffee, go to the same job, eat the same chopped salad from the same lunch place, drink with the same people at the same TGI Fridays bar before watching the same shows on Netflix and passing out. Rinse, wash, repeat.
In my 30 years on the planet, I’ve learned that the question “what are you going to do with your life?” is a loaded one. It’s asked by old, curmudgeonly people of a different generation who think your life should be nice and neatly boxed into a one-size-fits-all stereotype. And more often than not, that stereotype is brutally mundane because it’s so damn repetitive. Monotony + boredom + general sense of unfulfillment = wasting your life, slowly feeling the muscles in your legs start to dystrophy from treading water.
I dig what these Bros in Quebec did, though. They felt like the so-called “Millennial generation” — of which I’m a part of — was getting a bad rap in the media. So they moved in together and — with only $500 of living expenses between them — they decided to try something completely new every single day.
The result is this completely rad video.
Try new things, Bros. The ocean of experiences to stamp on your passport of life is literally bottomless.
Don’t be boring.
And I’d totally eat a dried scorpion right now. Anyone know a guy in NYC?
[H/T: Elite Daily]