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Clueless #2

Figure out what this is with no hints whatsoever.
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First submittedDecember 11, 2014
Last updatedApril 10, 2019
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Wear
sunscreen.
If
I
could
offer
you
only
one
tip
for
the
future,
sunscreen
would
be
it.
The
long-term
benefits
of
sunscreen
have
been
proven
by
scientists,
whereas
the
rest
of
my
advice
has
no
basis
more
reliable
than
my
own
meandering
experience.
I
will
dispense
this
advice
now.
Enjoy
the
power
and
beauty
of
your
youth.
Oh,
never
mind.
You
will
not
understand
the
power
and
beauty
of
your
youth
until
they've
faded.
But
trust
me,
in
20
years,
you'll
look
back
at
photos
of
yourself
and
recall
in
a
way
you
can't
grasp
now
how
much
possibility
lay
before
you
and
how
fabulous
you
really
looked.
You
are
not
as
fat
as
you
imagine.
Don't
worry
about
the
future.
Or
worry,
but
know
that
worrying
is
as
effective
as
trying
to
solve
an
algebra
equation
by
chewing
bubble
gum.
The
real
troubles
in
your
life
are
apt
to
be
things
that
never
crossed
your
worried
mind,
the
kind
that
blindside
you
at
4
p.m.
on
some
idle
Tuesday.
Do
one
thing
every
day
that
scares
you.
Sing.
Don't
be
reckless
with
other
people's
hearts.
Don't
put
up
with
people
who
are
reckless
with
yours.
Floss.
Don't
waste
your
time
on
jealousy.
Sometimes
you're
ahead,
sometimes
you're
behind.
The
race
is
long
and,
in
the
end,
it's
only
with
yourself.
Remember
compliments
you
receive.
Forget
the
insults.
If
you
succeed
in
doing
this,
tell
me
how.
Keep
your
old
love
letters.
Throw
away
your
old
bank
statements.
Stretch.
Don't
feel
guilty
if
you
don't
know
what
you
want
to
do
with
your
life.
The
most
interesting
people
I
know
didn't
know
at
22
what
they
wanted
to
do
with
their
lives.
Some
of
the
most
interesting
40
-year
-olds
I
know
still
don't.
Get
plenty
of
calcium.
Be
kind
to
your
knees.
You'll
miss
them
when
they're
gone.
Maybe
you'll
marry;
maybe
you
won't.
Maybe
you'll
have
children;
maybe
you
won't.
Maybe
you'll
divorce
at
40;
maybe
you'll
dance
the
funky
chicken
on
your
75th
wedding
anniversary.
Whatever
you
do,
don't
congratulate
yourself
too
much,
or
berate
yourself
either.
Your
choices
are
half
chance.
So
are
everybody
else's.
Enjoy
your
body.
Use
it
every
way
you
can.
Don't
be
afraid
of
it
or
of
what
other
people
think
of
it.
It's
the
greatest
instrument
you'll
ever
own.
Dance,
even
if
you
have
nowhere
to
do
it
but
your
living
room.
Read
the
directions,
even
if
you
don't
follow
them.
Do
not
read
beauty
magazines.
They
will
only
make
you
feel
ugly.
Get
to
know
your
parents.
You
never
know
when
they'll
be
gone
for
good.
Be
nice
to
your
siblings.
They're
your
best
link
to
your
past
and
the
people
most
likely
to
stick
with
you
in
the
future.
Understand
that
friends
come
and
go,
but
with
a
precious
few
you
should
hold
on.
Work
hard
to
bridge
the
gaps
in
geography
and
lifestyle,
because
the
older
you
get,
the
more
you
need
the
people
who
knew
you
when
you
were
young.
Live
in
New
York
City
once,
but
leave
before
it
makes
you
hard.
Live
in
Northern
California
once,
but
leave
before
it
makes
you
soft.
Travel.
Accept
certain
inalienable
truths:
Prices
will
rise.
Politicians
will
philander.
You,
too,
will
get
old.
And
when
you
do,
you'll
fantasize
that
when
you
were
young,
prices
were
reasonable,
politicians
were
noble
and
children
respected
their
elders.
Respect
your
elders.
Don't
expect
anyone
else
to
support
you.
Maybe
you
have
a
trust
fund.
Maybe
you'll
have
a
wealthy
spouse.
But
you
never
know
when
either
one
might
run
out.
Don't
mess
too
much
with
your
hair
or
by
the
time
you're
40
it
will
look
85
Be
careful
whose
advice
you
buy,
but
be
patient
with
those
who
supply
it.
Advice
is
a
form
of
nostalgia.
Dispensing
it
is
a
way
of
fishing
the
past
from
the
disposal,
wiping
it
off,
painting
over
the
ugly
parts
and
recycling
it
for
more
than
it's
worth.
But
trust
me
on
the
sunscreen.
 
Mary
Schmich,
Chicago
Tribune
 
 
 
 
 
 
+1
level 72
Dec 11, 2014
Huh? Are you just testing something out here?
+1
level 62
Dec 11, 2014
Yep. It'll be my last one. I am reducing the unique answers to below 500.
+1
level 66
Jan 16, 2015
These are awesome quizzes! The first one was quite hard for me, because I'm not American, and not even a native speaker. The last part of it did ring a bell, but I couldn't think about the source at all. This one was much easier for me. I still performed rather poorly (176 on the second try), but at least I recognized the text itself. Funny thing is, I knew what most of the phrases are supposed to be, but not what the exact words are. Anyway, congrats on the great idea! I really enjoy it. And now I'm onto the next quiz of yours. :)
+1
level 62
Jan 16, 2015
:)
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level 57
Jan 22, 2018
A suggestion I would have, I would like to be able to see the full speech of what I missed after time runs out. Instead of trying to decipher it from the most guessed answers. Just a thought :)
+1
level 62
Jan 27, 2018
Ah. The colors prevent that, I see. What you can do is: after you finish the quiz, select that whole grid so that it is highlighted, and you will be able to see the words.