We all know that person who is 'high on life' which is code for being one step away from total psychotic breakdown. A similar case is of 'the Experimenter'. You might be one yourself.

For these brave & intrepid souls, I've compiled the best of an unnecessarily long bucket list because I know you got other things to do.

  1. Travel
  2. Learn a language
  3. Run a Marathon
  4. Go Skiing/Horse Riding/Scuba Diving
  5. Connect with past teachers
  6. Let someone know how much he/she means to you (Ed. Note - Remember, to be done only one time so choose carefully. Your family probably knows how much they mean to you.)
  7. Make a difference in someone's life
  8. Pursue your passion (Ed. Note - Remember, you have other things to do so don't spend your life on it)
  9. Get closure on any past unhappiness
  10. Do something completely crazy and out of character (Ed. Note - But if my life is composed of random episodes from a list then what is my character?)
  11. Fall in love (Ed. Note - no 91 on the list being parodied)
  12. Gain enlightenment (Ed. Note - last item on the list being parodied)
  13. Dismantle your Mac and pipeline it into your PC architecture
  14. Do some vector calculus to understand Percolation and Gibbs states multiplicity for ferromagnetic Ashkin–Teller models on Z2
  15. Get into Astrophysics. Read a Survey of Radial Velocities in the Zodiacal Dust Cloud
  16. Observe silence in the memory of the middle class
  17. Convert to Islam
  18. Get legally emancipated from your parents
  19. Fuck your dad
  20. Kill your mom
  21. Eat your bruh
  22. Fuck your dead mom
  23. Eat the shit in your bruh's intestines
  24. Be an orphan
  25. Be a surrogate
  26. Abort the surrogacy and disappear with the money
  27. Get an enema
  28. Get colonic tattoos
  29. Make candles out of your earwax and navel lint
  30. Join a group of women and urinate into a man's mouth till he drowns
  31. Become an investment banker
  32. Just for good taste, try cyanide.


[original bucket list can be found here. Her enlightenment is worth a read too.]