1. There is no such thing as too much yarn. Only not enough time. Perhaps someone needs to make this as one of those trendy subway signs and sell them on etsy. If you do, let me know. I know a few people who'd like to have one.
2. It's time to stop knitting faces into sweaters.
Repeat after me: NO.
3. Starting too many projects is a great way to never finish anything. Then you just end up with a house full of works-in-progress (WIPs) that you look at and feel guilty about. The guilt makes you avoid knitting altogether, and then nothing ever happens with the projects.
You crave a fix, so you get more yarn and needles and start something, which is exciting, but contributes to the vicious cycle of WIP-itis. If you have more than three WIPs, make a decision: finish one of them, or rip it out and make a commitment to no longer work on that project.
If this is you, GET OFF THE WIP train.
4. Cookies are quite possibly the world's most perfect food.
Also, parmesan cheese.
But the parmesan is unrelated to the cookies.
I mean, parmesan is delicious. But not in cookies.
I don't think, at least.
Further investigation is required.
5. James Taylor has always had it, always will.
6. This is too much plastic surgery. And not enough bathing.
7. Add this to your Things I Do Not Ever Want To Knit list.
9. Absolute not. Under no circumstances.
What do you know to be true this fine day in May?