I wish I had freckles again.
I wish that I could sing better.
I wish that I could talk to owls.
I wish that I could sleep for an entire day and not feel bad about it.
I wish I could find a way to procrastinate procrastination by doing work.
I wish I could make a dessert with the word “Molten” in the name.
I wish that I could type “dessert” without having to go back and add the second “S.”
I wish that I could enjoy a summer’s day without seeing someone that I know.
I wish I could meet a stranger, have a conversation with them, and remember them for a lifetime and never catch their name.
I wish I could ride the train to school like I used to.
I wish that I didn’t have to decide what I love more, theater or science, when it comes to looking at colleges.
I wished that if I spent time with someone I hate, I would at least be thankful for their company.
I wish that I could have a hug if I needed it.
I wish that upon meeting someone you learn what their favorite flavor jelly bean is.
I wish that if that last one came true, that I would know what my favorite flavor jelly bean is.
I wish that I could do magic, the Harry Potter kind.
I wish that I could paint well.
I wish that my cats would stop staring at me during dinner hoping I drop something.
I wish that I knew what I would look like with a beard.
I wish that I had more socks.
I wish that I could do magic, the Harry Houdini kind.
I wish I could get a new pair of wingtip shoes.
I wish I had an old pair of wingtip shoes to replace with new wingtip shoes.
I wish that the adjective “Dapper” was used to describe me when I dress up.
I wish I knew what type of alcoholic drinks I liked and how much I can drink, so I don’t have to experiment and find out while I’m in high school.
I wish that my senior year didn’t start in a week.
I wish that I did more stuff to put on my Tumblr, but at the same time I really wish I had deleted it.
I wish I didn’t go on her Tumblr several times a day to see how she is (And no, I’m not the anonymous person who is asking you questions, I don’t even know how to do that).
I wish that things were better for me on the topics of girls who hate me and such.
I wish I were friends with more guys.
Actually, I wish there were more guys that I would want to be friends with.
I wish people would stop asking how many licks it takes to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop, considering the only good flavor is chocolate, so why would you bite into a chocolate lollipop, when there’s just chocolate inside? Your’e supposed to enjoy it.
I wish I would stop biting Tootsie Pops for the reason as stated above and it’s supposed to be really bad for my teeth.
I wish dentists would stop telling me to floss more, considering I don’t think that anyone really flosses enough.
I wish I could be one of the incarnations of the Doctor, but I’m not British so I can’t.
I wish I could write a book.
I wish I knew what it was like to love a child as much as my mom loved me.
I wish I knew what I have to do to fix things.
I wish I could just leave.
I wish I could make dorky references to things that are funnier than the dorky references I currently make.
On that topic, I wish I could do better comebacks than I currently do.
I wish this girl didn’t just make her Facebook status a song by The Fray.
I wish that I could ask anyone not to smoke or to drink and they actually follow through.
I wish that other people besides myself believe in fairies and trolls and the like.
I wish that the word “fecundity” didn’t make me giggle.
I wish I figured out how Christian Bale can be this skinny little guy in some movies and then all of a sudden BAM! he’s Batman and ripped?
I wish I could go back in time to when I was a little kid and re-experience the Harry Potter series for the first time.
I wish I will cry like I did when Sirius Black died when I lose my father-figure-equivalent.
I wish I had something to talk about so I can get invited to talk at TED.
I wish that people are happy.
I wish I knew why dark, curly hair and freckles makes me melt.
I wish I remember to wish for these on 11:11.
I wish that I am a good father.