19 Suprising Life Lessons from the Veronica Mars Series Premiere

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Welcome back to Neptune Marshmallows. 

Veronica Mars taught us many lessons over the years: The usefulness of a tazor. How to unluck a car with a folder spine. Using a vent as a hiding place. 

Straight out of the gate, though, Veronica Mars was teaching us life lessons to take with us on a daily basis. 

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What life lessons came out of Veronica Mars Season 1 Episode 1?

Read on to find out and don't forget to comment what lessons Veroncia Mars taught you below

 

1. Always wear clean socks.

Always wear clean socks.
You never know when you are going to be taped a pole in nothing but them.

2. Be kind to strangers.

Be kind to strangers.
They might just become your best friend.

3. Don’t do drugs, but if you’re going to, don’t bring them to school.

Don’t do drugs, but if you’re going to, don’t bring them to school.
The fact that Neptune High was known to do random locker searches, yet people still brought their drugs to school blows my mind. You deserve to get caught at that point.

4. Always bring your own lunch.

Always bring your own lunch.
Otherwise, you might get stuck eating mystery meatloaf.

5. Commit to your actions.

Commit to your actions.
Yes, the PCHers would have still come after Wallace for ratting them out, but trying to take it back out of fear just made him look like he had no courage. People would have had a lot more respect for him if he just committed to what he was doing.

6. Secrets can kill.

Secrets can kill.
After all, Lily died for hers.

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Girl, you should hear what people say about you.

Wallace

This is my school. If you go here, your parents are either millionaires or your parents work for millionaires. Neptune, California, a town without a middle class. If you’re in the second group, you get a job; fast food, movie theatres, mini-marts. Or you could be me. My after-school job means tailing philandering spouses or investigating false injury claims.

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