(Rules for) Living Life on the Lime (2)


A)    Never push another person into a body of water if you yourself would prefer not to be pushed into the body of water as well.

B)    When riding in one of the many back seats in a fifteen-passenger van on a two-lane highway (paved or unpaved), consider sleeping in acrobatic positions or reading “The Brothers K” by David James Duncan. If you don’t, you may begin to feel unpleasant both because fifteen-passenger vans make people carsick and because two-lane highways lend themselves to hazardous passing practices by experienced drivers who think themselves and their passengers as exceptions in the possibility of death.

  1. Other reading material is probably acceptable but I can only speak for TBK by DJD.
  2. It may also be helpful to provide a running commentary about your own perspectives on driving-in-general to your neighbor.

C)    Pick raspberries wearing long sleeves. Or face the consequences.

D)   Remember that pregnant women can smell you, even from a great distance.

This Living-Life-on-the-Lime message is brought to you by Adolescents in the Outdoors


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