Priorities are important. Everyone knows that some things just have to come before others. That’s a given.
It gets a bit trickier, though, when you try to pin down exactly what those things are. The photos below might seem like the exact opposite of proper priorities, but hear me out here! I’m going to present their side of the story. It all makes sense when you think about it from their perspective…
You could be snarky about this, but then you’d be snarking on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, which you really can’t do. So not only is this note-leaver recognizing their basic needs, they also offer the practical life advice of Googling.
But not when you’d be risking dangerous food-borne illness making the trek all the way back to the meat department. Those twentyish feet can be fraught with danger for perishable turkey. Better leave it here. And hey, you might inspire someone to make beer-battered turkey burgers.
Of course, someone might have thought of this as clever long-term marketing. The kids who once fondly shopped here for toys can enjoy the same space 20 years later as they shop for their newfound pastime.
Here we have another example of planning ahead. How else will you know how many tests you can brush off and still pass without this calculation. Of course, there might be a correlation between the time spent calculating it and the amount of time actually studying…but I think that requires more studying.
9.) Food is second to connectivity in this household
Well, without a modem and router set up, how can you order more food through Amazon? We’re planning ahead here.
10.) You should know how to balance your accessories
Of course, maybe we’re just reading this wrong. The car is accelerating by itself while its owner looks on helplessly from the driveway. Bu, hey, at least the self-driving car isn’t breaking. It’s staying intact, driver or no. That’s status-worthy.
13.) These guys will go out on a (literal) ledge without much support, but will hold fast to their beer.
Bust come on, if you put your hand in that, that’s on you. Think of it as a reminder to always be on your guard for unguarded fan blades. Of course, I’d like to know what priority required the front bit of that fan…
19.) Not passing up a great photo-op should be everyone’s priority