So, I couldn't sleep it was like 6:30 in the morning so I flipped trough the channels to see the rugrats all grown up was on of course me being a huge rugrats fan watched it. And I actually liked it but that made me want to watch more so I got my old rugrats VHS's tapes I have (altogether I have like 95 episodes so I didn't watch them all) and watched them. Anyway I was thinking you know we all have to grow up…even the rugrats then I don’t know how or way but it just clicked in my head The meaning of life is growing up Maybe it only makes sense to me but what ever I thought I’d share it with you.
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Hopefully when you do you still get to like the Rugrats!
(Love that Purim special....)
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OMG I love Rugrats. We didn't have cable when I was a kid so I didn't discover them until a was kind of old (like... 14 old, hehe) but still love them. I just scored a bunch of the books at goodwill for my son.
And I agree with you. Although I don't believe in one definite meaning of life, I believe that growing up makes the short list and ties in with other core meanings.
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