Hmm... I would like to write about all of my life experiences here, but all that typing would permanently strain my fingers and I would have to replace them with pencils.
SO. What I've learned in my short life so far, is, well, a lot of things, really. But the most important things are... Here we go... Prepare yourself....
Nothing's wrong with being different.
We're human; we make mistakes, we lose our temper, and we (mainly pubescent females) sometimes cry for no friggin reason. Its perfectly fine to be imperfect.
Life's short. It's best to enjoy simple things, like eating a twinkie or watching Family Guy.
Everyone deserves to be loved, even cold, ruthless assassins who step on bunnies and eat puppies.
Be yourself. I know that this is fairly common advice, but seriously, if you spend your whole life trying to be someone else, then you're just asking for misery. Sometimes you just gotta say "Hey, I'm happy being me!" Except you should make it sound less cornier than that.
You don't always have to be happy. With all of our complicated emotions caused by hormones and people and confusing technology, pretending or trying to be happy all the time is just unnecessary.
Love is an emotion that everyone possesses, but very few know how to express it properly...
Your soul mate, or your "one true love", or whatever you wanna call it, is out there somewhere, and even though it may take awhile, once you find him/her, your life will never be the same again.
Theres something greater than all of us, and its called chinese buffets.