Have you ever heard the old phrase "There are good days, and there are great days?" Doesn't it just piss you off? God, it pisses me off. Not only is it a fundamentally asinine and retarded bullshit hippie thing to say, but it's...well actually that about covers it.
First of all, it pisses me off because it reflects a positive attitude and outlook on life. Let's get something straight. Positive attitudes are for douchebags. If you want to go through life being a jolly, positive, butt-fucking retard, then knock yourself out. But don't push that shit on me and expect me to share your idiotic and childish outlook on life. What I don't get is how people don't realize how depressing a positive attitude actually is. For example, let's compare the way a realist such as myself, and a jolly, butt-fucking retard with a positive attitude view the world. Let's say we are both working at the same job and we are both up for the same promotion. One of us will get it and one of us won't, and we both know that going into the situation. Now, let's say I expect the butt-fucking retard will get the job because our boss is another butt-fucking retard and he looks out for his own. And let's also say the butt-fucking retard expects to get the promotion because he's confident and has a positive attitude. Now, if the butt-fucking retard does get the promotion, what happens? I didn't expect to get it, thus, I'm not really all that let down because I never expected the promotion in the first place. The butt-fucking retard, on the other hand, expected it all along, so he isn't that excited about it. Now, let's turn the tables and say I got the promotion, then see what happens. If I actually got the promotion, I would be ecstatic because it's something really good that I didn't expect. It's a pleasant surprise. On the other hand, the butt-fucking retard, who expected to get the promotion and was let down when he didn't, would probably be so upset and depressed that he would kill himself for being such a God damn failure, and it would all be because of his positive fucking attitude.
Second, this phrase pisses me off because it implies that there is no such thing as a bad day. That's bullshit. In fact, most days are nothing but shit. For most Americans, chances are on a given day, they'll have to do something they don't want to do (like work or listen to some damn woman talk about her f**lings) and they won't be able to do something they would really like to do (like have sex with a hot chick or watch two midgets fight). Assuming you're a normal American who has to work for a living, on most days, you have to go to work. Work fucking blows. It's enough to ruin anybody's day. And anyone who says they enjoy their job and actually like going to work is full of shit. If they actually enjoyed going to work, you wouldn't need to pay them to do it. They would be going to work on their days off and volunteering their free time for their boss. I don't know anybody who voluntarily goes to work on their day off without getting paid, and I'm pretty fucking sure you don't either. The fact is, if given the choice, people would rather not be at work. Because it sucks. And it's bullshit. And it ruins people's days. How the fuck can it be a good day, let alone a great day, when you spend most of your waking hours at some bullshit job you hate just so you don't starve to death? Seems to me like this whole "good days and great days" saying is just a big fat load of hippie asshole bullshit. I think the saying should actually be "There are shitty days, and there are fucking shitty days." That's far more reflective on how life actually is.
And another thing this reminds me of. When I was in high school, every day my bitch principal would get on the P. A. and do the announcements. Blah blah blah, bullshit bullshit bullshit, and then she would always close with some cutesy quote from some dead asshole, and then she'd say "Make it a great day." What a bitch. God I hated her. Implying that we have the power to make our days what we want to. More douchebag hippie bullshit. We have only limited control over what happens to us throughout the day. Face it, sometimes life just takes a shit right in your lap and there isn't a God damn thing you can do about it. And of course there's always that shithead who says "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade." Well what about when life gives you shit? Make shitade? Fucking retards.
crap from 2007