15 Things I Will Never Really Understand
1. $5 drip coffees. Unless I’m drinking this coffee in the future, like in 2023 or something, a $5 coffee is just a RIP OFF. I don’t care how fair-trade/organic/prestigious the brew claims to be.
2. My astrological sign. More specifically, what significance it has on anything, in life. Especially my love life.
3. Cat racists. In particular, people that have never actually hung out with cats/given felines a fair chance before deciding to write off the species entirely.
4. Really awful beer, like Miller Light, Keystone Light, etc. Most anything “light.” I get that it’s cheap and stuff but disgusting beer just leaves me bloated, sober and thirsty for a real beer.
5. The people who smoke outside of the gym pre/post working out.
6. Bobby pins and how I can literally purchase hundreds of these at a time and still manage to lose every single one of them.
7. PDA in uncomfortable places/tight quarters, like couples who make out in front of me while in line at the grocery store or smooshed next to me on the subway.
8. Fantasy sports. Football, baseball, etc. Is this gambling that revolves around imaginary teams and fake games? Or did I just make that up? I’m lost.
9. Driving to the gym. I’ve definitely been guilty of doing this in the past, but that doesn’t make it any less silly to me.
10. Colonics. The fact that people volunteer themselves to partake in these/pay big bucks to do so is just… beyond me.
11. Aviator sunglasses and how everyone else can look cool in them, but when I try them on, I look like a TOTAL asshole.
12. Cucumber water. I am pro-cucumbers, but anti them taking a bath in my water. I know people find this beverage refreshing. I’m not there yet. I may never be there.
13. How/why multiple Starbucks coffee shops can exist within a literal block of each other.
14. Parents who put their children on leashes.
15. Soul patches and the guys who stand behind this look. I give up on you!
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You ask no questions and you give no answers. You only envelope us in the fortune and doom that we create for ourselves.
The internet has replaced the velociraptors in Jurassic Park…
Curry tends to cloud the mind like that.
“Behind the glamor, the glitz… it’s just selling us, constantly, an idea. And it’s not like you can just sell products. You need to sell the entire context… you have to sell the concept of glamor… the movies, the newspaper, all of it creates a frequency of consciousness that’s constantly spellbinding you into a state where a Galaxy phone seems like a good idea.”