So I try not to get suckered in to TV shows because I don’t have a lot of time to watch TV. [does not mean I don't watch ANY TV though] When I am home with PT she tends to flip channels from one addicting show to the next. Tonight I got sucked in to watching The Buried Life on MTV. Now, I have seen this show before, but did not find it to be anything that was worth watching. Then this season finale episode came on and I was glued to the TV waiting to see if these guys were able to reach their goal.
The Buried Life is a reality show where 4 guys travel around the US trying to cross off another thing off of their “to-do” list. They have 100 things they want to do before they die…
1. Open the Six O’clock News
15. Get on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine
43. Become a Knight for the day
76. Go dog sledding
78. fall in love
99. Host SNL
Just to name a few of them!
I tried to do a list of 101 things to do in 1001 days but they are not as extreme as The Buried Life. I challenge you to do a list like this and try to accomplish them as soon as you can.
I think the thing that I enjoyed the most about the show was that they were willing to give away the money they won/earned for charity sake. I think them doing good for people is what most impressed me about the show. Where is generosity these days? Where is compassion these days? Where is selflessness these days?
My life be like…ooooohhh ahhhhhh oooooooh!