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What advice do you all have on general things to remember to do to stay out of trouble in life?

For example, change the battery in your smoke detector once a year, or clean the lint trap in your dryer or check your credit score etc. I'm creating a sort of manual to give to my son to help him out there in the real world. I know there are thousands of advice tips and I want to cover as many as possible. Thanks.

Asked By: carl b - 5/30/2008
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I wish someone would have made me a Life's Little Instruction Book before I reached the cruel reality of adulthood... More
Answered By: eskie lover - 5/30/2008
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Change the engine oil every 3,000 miles NO MATTER WHAT.
Answered By: Kevin F - 5/30/2008
 
Change his engine oil every 3,000 miles.
Answered By: neoaltro1 - 5/30/2008
 
spring forward fall behind righty tighty lefty loosy
Answered By: Because I'm a Patterson. - 5/30/2008
 
If it smells like cologne leave it alone...
Answered By: jalexisp - 5/30/2008
 
Keep your nose to the grindstone and all your efforts will pay off.
Answered By: Mariana - 5/30/2008
 
never eat yellow snow... More
Answered By: BigSis - 5/30/2008
 
Be aware and take your time, so you don't burn the house down so you wont need a smoke detector. Don't use credit unless you have to and then pay it off immidiatly! Dry your clothes at a laundrette or on a cloths line...it saves energy and the planet. The "real world" is changing. Dont change for it because youll never... More
Answered By: main stream - 5/30/2008
 
Respect people, but if somebody does not respect you, then they are not deserving of your respect... More
Answered By: residentskitz - 5/30/2008
 
dont eat dog biscuts
Answered By: sk8r grl - 5/30/2008
 
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