Thanks for the response to my previous letter, which follows:
“this is pure loser talk. spend the time you spend hating on everything, and go get something for yourself!”
It’s obvious you are a sweetheart, so I’ll kindly respond with a few things:
I’m assuming the advice you have graciously provided is coming from a position of experience. I’m assuming you consider yourself a winner. I’m assuming you spend your time not “hating on everything.” I’m assuming you use that time to “go get something for yourself!”
Note: I’m well aware “assuming” makes “asses of you and me.”
That said, I’m sort of confused about the general spirit it was written.
“go get something for yourself”
What does that mean exactly? A glass of water? A large TV? An $82 T-shirt claiming to utilize seaweed to absorb sweat yet does NOT actually contain seaweed? How ’bout a state of enlightened state of nirvana that is free from the burdensome trappings of modern consumer culture.
Note: Yoga does not require an $82 T-Shirt nor seamless pants.
“this is pure loser talk”
First, this is pure loser writing. There is a difference.
Secondly, there is safety in numbers and there will always be more losers than winners. I like that.
Besides, without losers there would be no one to envy you and your winner comrades in your yoga loft engaging in an endless circle jerk to end all circle jerks.
Fergis T. McGillicuddy
PS: Words beginning sentences require capitalization. I know you know where the shift key is because you used an exclamation point at the end of your sentence.
PPS: You are a douche.
PPPPS: I don’t have anything against circle jerks or yoga even… Just stupidity.
PPPPPS: I think you are stupid.
PPPPPPS: No. Seriously.