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So I recently finished up my binge watching of Criminal Minds. Yup, that’s right. I have watched every single episode to date of 11 seasons. And here is what I learned from it all:
- Don’t be mean to people because they could be a serial killer.
- Don’t think in the box. Always think outside the box
- Don’t get into a box willingly
- Don’t google anything you don’t want Penelope Garcia to see.
- There is no such thing as secrecy.
- Don’t go anywhere near a gun shop
- Don’t go on vacation alone
- Don’t go on vacation with your family
- Don’t get involved with the mob, mafia or any other organized crime
- Don’t join a cult
- Don’t go skydiving
- Don’t hide from CCTV
- Don’t take LSD
- Don’t leave your drinks unattended
- Don’t take a taxi
- Don’t breathe in toxic or poisoned air
- Don’t join a killing pack
- Don’t get in strange cars
- Don’t trust anyone
- Don’t get married
- Don’t read fairy tales to your kids
- Don’t hire a hitman
- Don’t use public transportation
- Don’t reject anyone
- Don’t be a street artist
- Don’t join an experimental community
- Don’t use a ride-share service
- Don’t get kidnapped
- Don’t end a relationship
- Don’t leave your children unattended
- Don’t go to war
- Don’t get PTSD
- Don’t make personal connections
- Don’t get shot
- Don’t seek revenge
- Don’t auction children off
- Don’t avoid dealing with personal issues
- Don’t make decisions that will mess up your career
- Don’t answer your cell phone
- Don’t avoid answering your cell phone
- Don’t go to pep rallies
- Don’t make abrupt departures
- Don’t read science fiction
- Don’t be a prostitute
- Don’t get involved in politics
- Don’t piss off your supervisor
- Don’t question things
- Don’t discount multiple personality disorders
- Don’t prank Morgan or Reid
- Don’t question Reid’s knowledge
- Don’t torture people
- Don’t drug people
- Don’t kill people
- Don’t have a troubled childhood
- Don’t struggle
- Don’t become addicted to drugs
- Don’t become an alcoholic
- Don’t become homeless
- Don’t rape people
- Don’t be a radical environmentalist
- Don’t go hunting
- Don’t go to parties
- Don’t go camping
- Don’t go into the mountains
- Don’t go into the woods
- Don’t use religion as an excuse
- Don’t go to a small college
- Don’t go to a big college
- Don’t walk alone at night
- Don’t walk alone in the day
- Don’t go to public places
- Don’t be a vigilante
- Don’t dream
- Don’t join a gang
- Don’t commit crimes
- Don’t witness a crime
- Don’t impede a federal investigation
- Don’t boost your public image
- Don’t post everything on social media
- Don’t be vain
- Don’t empathise with suspects
- Don’t travel as a couple
- Don’t stay in a cabin
- Don’t live in the middle of nowhere
- Don’t own guns
- Don’t antagonize others
- Don’t be a police officer
- Don’t be an FBI Agent
- Don’t be blonde
- Don’t get into car accidents
- Don’t get in the way of road rage
- Don’t belittle others
- Don’t kidnap people
- Don’t hire a psychic
- Don’t be an over enthusiastic criminology student
- Don’t investigate crimes on your own
- Don’t talk to high class call-girls
- Don’t set fire to others
- Don’t go on spring break
- Don’t confront others
- Don’t be a woman
- Don’t come in contact with anthrax
- Don’t feed people to pigs
- Don’t perform medical experiments
- Don’t have a breakdown
- Don’t go to a pharmacy
- Don’t go to a bank
- Don’t trust a judge
- Don’t impregnate women unwillingly
- Don’t sell babies
- Don’t have an alter ego
- Don’t be a psycho
- Don’t be a soul sucking journalist
- Don’t have your home invaded
- Don’t escape custody
- Don’t go on a killing spree
- Don’t yell at others
- Don’t play an online choking game
- Don’t be a trigger
- Don’t spiral out of control
- Don’t be a con artist
- Don’t sell drugs
- Don’t be part of a pyramid scheme
- Don’t be a pillar in the community
- Don’t be a trucker
- Don’t have daddy issues
- Don’t have mommy issues
- Don’t illegally cross the border
- Don’t legally cross the border
- Don’t post videos online
- Don’t talk to anyone online
- Don’t meet people online
- Don’t stick around during a heatwave
- Don’t be taken hostage
- Don’t be racist
- Don’t be sexist
- Don’t be an accomplice
- Don’t mysteriously vanish
- Don’t make deals with others
- Don’t go out on Halloween
- Don’t tell anyone anything about you or your life
- Don’t order takeout delivery from the same restaurant repeatedly
- Don’t let anyone into your house
- Don’t have headaches
- Don’t ignore doctor’s orders
- Don’t be unusual
- Don’t hire a self-motivational coach
- Don’t act suspicious
- Don’t target victims
- Don’t fake your own death
- Don’t die
- Don’t have a secret life
- Don’t become injured
- Don’t trust anyone, ever
- Don’t let human traffickers know you are a cop
- Don’t trust human traffickers
- Don’t bully others
- Don’t take credit for someone else’s work
- Don’t get a brain injury
- Don’t go to a lake
- Don’t send your kids to a military academy
- Don’t join the boxing scene
- Don’t join an underground fighting ring
- Don’t imitate the Zodiac killer
- Don’t romanticize killers
- Don’t snub old friends
- Don’t play the piano
- Don’t gamble
- Don’t be superstitious
- Don’t be too friendly
- Don’t fail
- Don’t wander the desert
- Don’t sleep
- Don’t stop at rest stops
- Don’t worship the devil
- Don’t purchase real estate
- Don’t be a real estate agent
- Don’t lie
- Don’t test others
- Don’t have a phone
- Don’t kill animals
- Don’t be a student
- Don’t meet face-to-face
- Don’t replicate crimes
- Don’t have an identity crisis
- Don’t fall in love
- Don’t be a pedophile
- Don’t be a nanny
- Don’t overdose on E
- Don’t go for a run
- Don’t do step aerobics in your house
- Don’t take away your kid’s dolls
- Don’t be an awful parent
- Don’t emulate movies
- Don’t become estranged from others
- Don’t get too close to others
- Don’t be violent
- Don’t believe in segregation
- Don’t be a bigot
- Don’t be a homophobe
- Don’t retire
- Don’t work
- Don’t become unemployed
- Don’t go on secret missions
- Don’t go to therapy
- Don’t avoid going to therapy
- Don’t hire a babysitter
- Don’t be a babysitter
- Don’t engage in family feuds
- Don’t obsess over Greek mythology
- Don’t get shot
- Don’t engage in crossfire
- Don’t steal
- Don’t suffer a family tragedy
- Don’t be delusional
- Don’t suffer from an obsessive skin disorder
- Don’t suppress feelings
- Don’t be a highly-regarded attorney
- Don’t have uncontrollable urges
- Don’t be a loner
- Don’t be anti-social
- Don’t be charismatic
- Don’t be confident
- Don’t be insecure
- Don’t commemorate anniversaries
- Don’t ignore anniversaries
- Don’t build a bomb
- Don’t abuse others
- Don’t talk to inmates
- Don’t ignore inmates
- Don’t make political enemies
- Don’t respond to others
- Don’t avoid responding to others
- Don’t uncover secrets
- Don’t control people’s minds
- Don’t believe in monsters
- Don’t be a teenager
- Don’t be a kid
- Don’t be an adult
- Don’t be in the wrong place at the right time
- Don’t leave the house
- Don’t stay at home
- Don’t think about anything
- Don’t even think about thinking about anything
- Just don’t
Really… Don’t! Everyone, everywhere is a serial killer, mass murderer, rapist or pedophile.
That’s what I learned.
There are so many things I want in life, but here is the ultimate list:
- $150,000 to pay off my student loans
- $2 million to buy a home with a farm
- Animals… lots and lots of animals in an animal sanctuary
- A private jet
- A beautiful capsule wardrobe
- An indoor, heated pool
- A personal trainer
- A cure to all my aches and pains
- An end to world hunger
- PhD funding
- A personal hair and makeup artist
- A cure for cancer and other life threatening diseases
- An end to all wars
- A fulfilling career and life
- Justice for all
Would you ever consider living abroad?
I have lived abroad. It’s always great to see how other people live. It’s the best way to experience culture, history, food and language.
Most of the place I’ve lived, I’ve lived there because i was taking a class, doing a semester abroad or doing research.
And here goes the list:
And I can only hope to add to this list… Send me some positive travel vibes my Pistachios!
Peace and Pistachios,
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Springtime is just around the corner and if you’re anything like me, you’re super excited for the nice weather, bright colors and pretty clothes. Already the weather is starting to get warmer and brighter. I’ve started pulling out the springtime dresses and getting my spring cleaning done- AND IT FEELS GREAT! I don’t know about you, but spring cleaning is a great excuse to purge my closet of clothes and accessories I haven’t worn in a while. [Don’t forget to donate your lightly worn clothes to charity.] So as my closet starts to look bare, I have to ask: What am I going to replace it all with?
In lieu of my daily fashion post, here is a list of my must have Spring accessories from my new favorite shop. Spring was inspired by some fashion boutiques in SoHo, New York City. It’s a great site because it gives you the experience of shopping at all these boutiques in one place. Plus there are some really cute accessories on there that I totally want… like, now!
As you can tell from my list, I’m all about the sunglasses, watches and headbands. I want it all!