When you are on social media, remember that your classmates who were dim then are probably not appreciably brighter today.
Your project will require three times the anticipated effort to achieve one-third of the desired result.
In six months you will discover that you need the book you just donated to clear your shelves.
If you did not put at least some vermouth into it, you cannot call it a martini.
Any article or memo you write can be cut by at least 10%, and should be.
When someone introduces themself as a member of Mensa, remember that they are the people who believe that IQ tests actually measure intelligence.
That person rattling on about Judaeo-Christian values almost certainly knows little about Judaism, and may well know less about Christianity.
They will tell you that it has become perfectly acceptable to wear brown shoes with a blue suit. They are wrong.
You should stop adding all those commas before you turn into Henry James.
You should make more productive use of your time than to read Ten Things posts.