hi i am emo boy nd i am cool cuz i dont use any punctuation or capitals and occasionally spel sum werds rong the world hates me and the angst is too much oh poor me wah wah wah i will never even capitalize my i agin cuz i am so pathetic
what exactly IS "emo"?
emo is a way of life it is the way of pathetic just like zen is the way of enlightenment or somethingi invented emo it is a dark and foreboding way to be because no one likes you because whining and complaining about your life is easier than doing something about itbut of course the world wont give me credit they will just take my idea and i will be dark and alone oh woe is me
??? Emo WTF? OK, I’ll bite… what the hell do Emo kids have to do with a posting about a mecha illustration? Enlighten the masses or ramble on elsewhere anonymous.
. . . wow, i didn't know that i was so totally without joy . . . why do i say such things of i?just cuz i don't like i, should you (oops: "i") not like i too?i love you (oops: "i"), whether i do or not (love I (you? no: me? wow, this COULD be alot easier, you (i mean "i") are (i mean "am") right) . . . whether i think i deserve it/to or not . . . i tried to write i . . . 'tried to open up, bare my ego of it's isolationist self-love/hate armor . . . probably wasn't that great a' job, since i haven't attained perfection & all . . . & what with the persistent memory of so many mistakes made by everyi, esp. me, myself & i . . . but i keep trying intermittently . . .what IS the right way, am i so totally wrong?it's dumb to apologize for being deathly shy . . . the guilt is crushing in from so many directions & out from the center . . . how does anyone ignore it, ever? i wish i could do everything right too (oh! scratch the "too" that's just me LETTING iself be snotty, sorry) . . . i, i, i-i . . . life . . . gotta' love it . . . oops, is that i or i? or ibodyelse?:] :[ :] :] :] :[ :] :[ :[ :] :]what is "cool?" - i though i knew once . . . twice . . . three times actually . . . . . . All the senses tuned discoveryAs and as and when our hearts decideBe ready now - be ye circleBe the central force ye lifeAs the game extends the cycleBe ready to move- hearts. . . For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.- Eph. 6:11,12. . .
Okay, "anonymous", let's cut it out, already. Keep on topic, shall we?
(meant to finish the spiral-off)and:never eat spinach with a stranger . . . or:always eat spinach with a stranger . . . you tell that "anonymous," how dare he . . . :]
How dare you, anonymous?(hint- don't answer, plz)
Hmmm, I think we have two anonymous posters here. Don’t know who the hell the first is and still no clue what the hell emo has to do with the art post. As for the poster commenting on being deathly shy, let’s just say I think I know who this is and no it’s not a crime to be deathly shy. It is something of a choice based on personal experience and perception and it’s up to the person to overcome it or live with it and I suppose if one is happy either option is ok. If all it’s doing is causing one to not be who they want to be or be as happy as they want to be, well I guess it comes down to changing how one perceives each potential circumstance a person would be confronted with such shyness. No, it isn’t something with an easy solution, perception is defined by personal history and it has a lot of pull in a person’s thought and actions. It can be overcome. Thing is more and more I do find we are making our own reality it can be what we make of it.
That's the drawback of living in a society. Society says, "you must be this way" or "you must do this thing to be accepted". There are generally three options: 1.) Give in, 2.) Reject society's values to the point where you are an anti-parody of said society, 3.) Be who you are, and take the overlaps where they come. There is also the choice between 1.) being responsible for yourself and your own actions and 2.) blaming life, society, and your own perceived uniqueness for your failures. The latter often leads to self-indulgent and self-destructive behaviors that are the death of personality and ultimately the death of you, period.Life isn't fair. It isn't fair at all. But don't let that stop you, Emo Boy and other anonymous. Wouldn't it be a hell of a lot worse if life WERE fair and you really DID deserve all the crap that happened to you? The key is this: you may not be able to outsmart "them". You might not be able to outspend them, or out-debate them, or out-outgo them. You may not be as beautiful as you'd like, inside and out. But you can always, ALWAYS out-work them. ALWAYS. This is still no assurance of success in life, but to quote some wise words from a band of Canadian philosophers:"You can fight without ever winning...but never, ever win without a fight."
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