Hey Guys! It’s Fish!!! Connie and I were having a conversation the other day after the show about what knowledge we could actually pass on to someone if they were to ask us. We were thinking cool stuff like … hugs, good pizza and fun conversation.

That got us very curious about what you could teach others. That is when we thought of the …

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
If someone asked to be your apprentice and learn all you know … What would you teach them?

  • I would teach them all the things to do to fail at relationships and be forever alone.....my specialty 😚
  • How to use a 4 way stop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I would teach them how to drinkie the beers. And to show up to work but not really work
  • I would teach them, weekly meal planning and budget shopping. I could also teach them knitting.
  • How to use the force
  • how to fight.
  • Nursing. Nursing is life! I would teach them how to save lives, give medications, and be the best butt wiper on the state.
  • My name is Aaron and if I had an apprentice I would teach them how to wire a house, drywall, the bit of carpentry I know as well as everything you need to know about the kitchen at Chick-fil-A and BTW I'm 18
  • How to be an anxious mess
  • I would teach my apprentice the ways of: *Customer Service (aka how to deal with people endless complaints... about EVERYTHING & ANYTHING), *Healthy/easy meals/cooking, & *What to/not to buy your baby (new/1st time parents)
  • I would teach someone the fine art of being ADHD and being sexually inappropriate … I want to clarify my inappropriateness is by having an innuendo for anything
  • I would tell them this: AHEM "Don't follow in my footsteps, I run into walls"
  • If I had an apprentice I would teach them the delicate balance between sarcasm and caring
  • My advice to my apprentice would be "you can do it". Never go into an attempt saying "I can't, I'm not that crafty, I'm not that talented" Say I'm going to try this, the worst that can happen is it doesn't meet perfection. If not, toss it and try again. You aren't out anything to try. And I'd finish with "look at everything I have accomplished, because I just ran in head first with high expectations"
  • Live one day at a time don't be in such a hurry to get through life slow down and enjoy the little things
  • Makes someone's day by smiling and saying hi to people walking by
  • It's ok to be different
  • That the left lane is for passing!!!!!!
  • I'd teach people how to read a lease properly because dear lord would that make my life easier
  • I would teach them how important it is to be ready for eternal life.
  • For the text question, if I had a apprentice I'd teach them all about welding and fabrication. And then how to treat a lady with respect
  • self-control.
  • Bible Information. What our life is truly all about. Leads to true happiness, faithfulness, gentleness, kindness, patience, joy, peace, goodness and
  • How to not be a douche bag, lol
  • The importance of finding a happy and healthy work life balance.
  • How to make the perfect butt indentation on the couch #lifegoals
  • How to treat their sever/bartender.
  • I would teach people doctors aren't GODS!
  • How to treat servers and TIPPING
  • I would teach everyone the value of children and to teach them young how to solve conflicts and how to be kind to each other. I'm a preschool teacher And if everyone learned how to be kind and solve conflicts when they were young we wouldn't have the problems that we would have right now, is very hard to teach those skills to adults.
  • How to fail upwards
  • 1. RESPECT 2. Kindness 3. Don't be a doormat, it's ok to say no! B. From Grand Haven
  • I would teach them how to be the most sexually inappropriate person alive
  • Teach them how to Dougie lol
  • Teach:. the true value of using common sense
  • I would teach how to be seen and not heard!!! It's 27 degrees this morning. The first person that complains about it being to hot this summer is getting slapped.
  • #tqotd! I would teach my apprentice - phone etiquette! In my profession, there are far too many people that lack etiquette on the phone nowadays.
  • How to communicate and understand cats. My friends call me "the cat whisperer"
  • Connie, please tell me how to use a roundabout. I haven't a stinking clue
    #ImOneOfThosePeople
  • I would teach someone how to not let others take advantage of you all the time and be true to yourself
  • How to fold a fitted sheet😂
  • KINDNESS AND RESPECT!! Not like the song though, 😂 just teach people that YOU TREAT OTHERS HOW YOU WOULD WANT TO BE TREATED!!! Thank you!! 😂
  • I would teach patience and positivity!
  • I'd teach people how to read a lease properly because dear lord would that make my life easier.
  • I am old fashioned. I would teach them how to make their kids and husbands lunches everyday, to bring their partner of beer after a hard day at work. I would teach them to take care of their spouse and children by giving back rubs, bubble baths, writing little notes. How to can veggies and make homemade jam , cook home style meals and desserts.
  • I would teach my apprentice not to drive like a maniac. It seems like people are getting worse at driving lately.
  • Also how to grill and smoke meat.
  • How to drink hella beer and belch really loud
  • Definitely the thing that gets me the most out of life is Treating People with Dignity and Respect.
  • I would teach someone to be a sassy jerk bag. Idk I'm really good at getting sassy with random people when they're dumb. I would also teach them D&D and the methods of funny stuff
  • I would teach them something I don't even know how to practice , but I know how teach, humility.
  • I would teach them how to be the most sexually inappropriate person alive 1. RESPECT 2. Kindness 3. Don't be a doormat, it's ok to say no! B. From Grand Haven
  • If I had someone that was a practicing under me I would teach them, don't be afraid to fail. Some of the things that I am most proud of in my life have come from massive failure
  • People who never fail never tried
  • If I had an apprentice I would teach them three things. Financial responsibility. If you work hard enough you can do anything. You have to be willing to work for it.
  • The last thing would be to teach them to think for themselves and to not to jump to conclusions without fact or information. Don't believe everything you see a social media