Acid reflux foods
This list of food and drinks that can trigger acid reflux is literally, and I'm not exaggerating or joking in any way, my literal entire daily diet: 
  1. alcohol
  2. caffeinated products, such as coffee, soda, and tea
  3. chocolate
  4. citrus fruits
  5. garlic
  6. fatty foods
  7. onions
  8. peppermint and spearmint
  9. spicy foods
What I am supposed to eat?  Water and rice cakes? #food

Ignorant Donald
I've felt for a while now that Donald Trump's fatal flaw and saving grace is that he's woefully ignorant.  There were some pretty serious accusations hurled at him while he was president, and I honestly think he just didn't know better because he came from a life of privilege and heavy-handed yet questionable business practices.  He didn't know you couldn't sell products while you were the president.  He didn't know a presidential candidate isn't allowed to work with a foreign government to interfere in an election.  He didn't know you couldn't force a state to come up with additional votes for you to try to win an election. 

Considering the litany of terrible things he did, a lot of people view him as this evil criminal mastermind who wanted to disrupt the status quo and cement his power and legacy forever.  I just think he was a dummy.  Or more accurately, he was ignorant -- and ignorant in the literal sense of the word, meaning he literally didn't know. #politics

It's 2034, a brown-skinned transgender queer immigrant is president.  All citizens are required to lay facedown for the national anthem.  College tuition not only no longer exists, but students are paid to attend school, starting from daycare.  All citizens are paid a living wage by the government.  Corporations no longer exist.

What's worse: Identifying the source of all your problems, or the fear that eliminating that source still won't make you happy?

I feel like professional football is too skill based.  It used to just be about power or speed or size.  Your team had a big guy that was bigger than the other team's big guy (Jerome Bettis).  Or you had a fast guy who was faster than the other team's fast guy (Barry Sanders).  Now everyone is just so ridiculously good at what they do, they're so well-trained, well-prepared, well-coached, it's nearly impossible to over-power or outrun the other team. #sports

I think it should be acceptable to say, "I said and/or thought a thing a while ago, and I no longer think or feel that way."  People should be allowed to change.