Well, I'm not much of a TV watcher. But this is kind of fun. The only shows I like are Chuck, Heroes, Mad Men, and Breaking Bad. I'll force myself to watch 90210 if I know Michael Steger is going to be in a particular episode. He's so gorgeous I just love looking at him. I'm kind of an eccentric person. I guess you could say I took "the road less traveled". I don't think I've ever really become an adult. But I found a quote in a friend of mine's profile that says that's not a bad thing. Here's part of it:
I think we are capable of fooling ourselves in a lot of different ways. People talk about what makes a child an adult, as if there is some physical or emotional or mental threshold we cross, but I tell you this, and if you are honest with yourself you will know it is true: the thing that makes us adult is our ability to delude ourselves. That’s all.
From "Land of the Blind" by Jess Walter
I think I've retained the ability to see things the way they really are.
I'm a very logical person and everyday I see people doing completely illogical things and believing completley illogical things just because that's what they've been taught. When I present them with irrefutable logical arguments that they're being or thinking illogically they act like I'm crazy and continue to defend their illogical lives. They would rather cling to their illusions than to see things the way they really are. Well, taking the road most traveled is an easier way to live. All you have to do is copy what people that have gone befor you have already done.