355. Never request a joke or impression. They're never as good on command.
354. Experience the serenity of traveling alone.
353. See it on the big screen.
352. Don't wear a club tie in England. They mean something there.
351. Know your furniture.
But never buy it all at once.
“Choose your corner, pick away at it carefully, intensely and to the best of your ability and that way you might change the world.” —Charles Eames (via theimpossiblecool)
350. Ride in the front car of a roller coaster.
349. It's not enough to be proud of your ancestry. Live up to it.
“The task of an American writer is not to describe the misgivings of a woman taken in adultery as she looks out of a window at the rain, but to describe four hundred people under the lights reaching for a foul ball. This is ceremony.” —John Cheever
348. Bring your mitt to the ballpark.
347. Never switch a seating card.
346. When visiting the Met, take the highlights tour.
345. Remember the Alamo!