People Reveal the 20 Obvious Things They Didn’t Learn Until Way Too Late in Life

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Even smart people have gaps in their knowledge and their common sense.

These 20 people learned very obvious things way too late in life.

And they were shameless enough to share their stories on Twitter.

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What did you think it was? A red and blue box with mini pizzas in it? Oh yeah, it actually could have been that…

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Like, I’m sure I knew this at some point in my life, but I don’t really think about it on a regular basis.

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Wouldn’t this be nice? Can we switch banks so this is what they do? That can’t be too difficult.

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As of a couple years ago, I knew a real-live person, an adult male, who refused to believe narwhals were real despite all the evidence we presented. I don’t talk to that person anymore, and I don’t know if he has come to the light.

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This would be nice too, though. Veterinarians take care of our furry family members! They deserve a discount at Denny’s. The next one is too much for me…

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Chives sort of sound like anchovies? So that’s kind of understandable? But like, enter a kitchen, dude.

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To be fair, I didn’t know what Dua Lipa was until like a month ago. It sounds like an app for learning foreign languages or something, but it’s not! It’s a pop singer!

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What is with grown men and thinking that herbs or garnishes are seafood? This is the sign of a man who’s never cooked for himself.

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This is hilarious. “The exuberant CEO was fired, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t still full of life!”

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Um, yeah. Flor Rida is one empty space away from Florida. We’re not done yet, folks…

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I don’t think I ever assumed that milk came from one cow. Once I realized there were different types of milk, I knew that it had to go through some sort of factory process.

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Who knew!?! But it makes sense. Countries are rarely just randomly named.

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This was pretty obvious and I am very curious what she thought E.T. stood for? Just like, the alien’s initials?

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You know, like Carmen Sandiego! It’s worth it to mention that the language program Rosetta Stone is named after that ancient text.

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Misheard lyrics is its very own genre of common mistakes, and they’re always so great. Everyone has one or two of these up their sleeves. The next one is…actually kind of understandable…

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We all know that meteorologists study weather, but it would make way more sense for those people to be called weatherologists. Meteorologists should study meteors.

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Had he never seen it spelled out? It’s very clearly not a “cup of chino.” Also, that’s not a thing.

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But… This is the whole story of the song…

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Hilarious! What could “nore-ply” possibly have meant? Sometimes our brains don’t let us be logical.

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This person doesn’t deserve to eat at Chick-fil-a. And that’s a shame because Chick-fil-a tastes great, despite their problematic social views. Share this with your most clueless friend on Facebook!