Whatever the case, the journey to adulthood isn’t easy, and the long-awaited arrival is something to be celebrated. But don’t get too excited. Because, honestly, getting old isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. And there are a lot of really ironic things about finally growing up.
Who runs this account?
I hate how he makes me love him, how he lights up my life, how he means the world to me.
Irony posits two realms: the eternal, or divine, and the temporal, mortal, physical. We live in this world with its laws and constraints, its culture and bodies.
Let me tell you something that can easily be applied to 99 percent of everything that 99 percent of everyone does: Nobody cares.
You deserve to have your beliefs questioned constantly and your opinions undermined to the point of hysterical doubt.
1. Nose jewelry on guys.
It’s only a matter of time now. Shortly, a man who spent his entire life fighting against the evils of death will become one of its victims.
Ironic isn’t a style.
Irony is that way of living that allows us to walk in the finite and the infinite at the same time, to be absolutely interested in the quotidian while being absolutely interested in the great indifferent cosmos.