‘Grow Up’: The Lad’s Take on Growing Up

Consuetudin is the name of the supplement to the Lad Bible that contains information about how to become an actual adult.

The book, written by the son of Lad, is aimed at adults ages 14 and up. 

In this excerpt, he explains how to take care of yourself and your children: “I think that if you have a healthy diet, that means you eat good food, exercise regularly and that you’re in good shape.”

“It’s like if you’ve got an old car, it’s going to be a lot more fun to drive, if you’re not in an accident.”

You can always find a new car, but you’ll never feel like you’ve grown up. “

But, if not, then you have to keep driving and drive and drive. 

You can always find a new car, but you’ll never feel like you’ve grown up.

You’ll never see yourself as a normal person.” 

Lad also gives advice on how to avoid bullying: “I don’t want to be the one that’s saying, ‘Oh, you’re too small, you can’t be an adult.

You can’t have that.’

I want to say, ‘Look, I’m sorry, but I can’t do that.'””

The biggest thing you need to understand is that being a normal human being is a hard thing. 

It’s not just the smallest thing that can make you feel uncomfortable.” 

“You need to be aware of it and take it on board.” 

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