I’ve read TIPS on making these lists if you can’t think of anything on your own (which in itself is pretty sad).
- Experience a sunrise
- Experience a sunset
And worse –
- Participate in the “Tour de France”.
|And if I WAS making a bucket list, it would be short and sweet. Paris. France. Period.|
I Googled "opposite of bucket list" and according to the Urban Dictionary, it's a "fu*** it" list. (My blog is rated 'G'. I can’t swear but you can if you want).
Anyway, it's more fun to make a "fu**it" list" because you feel you've already accomplished something without doing anything, if you know what I mean. Here's mine
Before I die, I don't want to:
- See a freak show (or worse, be in one)
- Be in a hotdog eating contest
- Walk the length of the country. Any country.
- Spend time in a swamp
|Bogie and Kate are much more adventurous than me|
- Eat anything that’s live
- Fall off the Eiffel Tower (although it's the preferred way to make my permanent exit)
- Take a sewing course
- Sit through another Ingmar Bergman film (fine - you like them, I don't)
|Just the stills depress me. By not going to a Bergman film, I'm actually achieving my fu**it list.|
All I’m saying, is why would you have a list with 1,000 things you can’t possibly do before you kick the can? To me that’s depressing.