15/300: What stupid question have you heard someone ask (or asked yourself)?

“what do you want to do when you’re older?”

i’m guilty of asking people this, but let’s be honest, it’s a stupid question.

“predict your future for me. it’s yours, you must know it. map your passions into products of a life yet to be lived.”

but there are too many variables.

too many people still to meet.

too many experiences yet to be had.

go get them. you’ll do something later.

and it will be grand.

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