Could someone explain to me how not leaving my past in the past destroy my future? If anything, the past is the sole element which improves your future. We should have learnt from things which went wrong, built up experience in areas which we want to explore further. I learnt how to drive in the past, so should I just abandon the ability to drive? When I get pulled over for driving fifteen miles per hour on a motorway, should I tell the arresting officer that I purposely forgot how to drive, in case it destroyed my future? Or I could tell him that I was simply living for today, and that yesterday has taken away my ability to drive, because it’s in the past? Great advice, asshole. I’ve listened to you once and already I’m walking along a motorway after having my car towed by the police. In short, this quote is bullshit and anyone who shares it should be electrocuted.
Who are you to try and inspire me?
- Person posts a motivational quote on Facebook, perhaps suggesting that we are all unique snowflakes destined to float across the earth, but always return to our roots.
- This person is either A) fulfilling a narcissistic urge, B) crafting an image of themselves they prefer to their actual selves, or C) is unhappy with their life as they perceive it.
- Whilst fulfilling A, B or C, the person has concurrently assumed a position of superiority over their audience, subjecting them to meaningless wisdom which no one asked for.
- This person is immediately unfriended, and sent a picture of my sack.
Or, you could spend five seconds thinking about the statement in the first place until you realise that it’s not a shot if you don’t take it, is it?
Joe is one of the many writers we have at Foul Entertainment, known for Plenty Of Catfish. He is a main stay on the voice cast for Disagreevances. He's also responsible for the artistic design in our games.