This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 60

This Week In Weird Twitter, Volume 60

In “Dazed and Confused,” Wooderson was right. Maybe not about high school girls, but his philosophies both on watching the leather when getting into his car and the importance of livin’, l-i-v-i-n, were spot-on. At present, it seems we may have forgotten that advice, and are focused more on being afraid and distrustful.

Well, to that we should say balderdash. As Wooderson continued, we have nothing to fear but fear itself—and also that geese may evolve into venomous creatures. Until such a dark day, though, we can still grab life by the cojones and make the most of it. All it takes is a little boldness.


Fight me.


Really, bring it.


Make it worthwhile.


Like really bring it.


But do your research.


And take matters into your own hands.


Really take it into your own hands.


Get literal if you have to.


Don’t eschew honesty.


But also get creative if you have to.


Really creative.


Really, really creative.


You’ve got training, after all.


Regardless, there will always be haters.


So you do you.


Loud and proud.


And just keep livin’.


Because the alternative is dying.


Or being curious about every little thing.


But also.


Remember the ’80s.


Really remember. Dig deep.


Also, though, look to the future.


Stay aware of your surroundings.


Even if your surroundings shift.


Or are transient.


You didn’t arise from nothing.


So capture greatness.


Explain it.


And make your work worthwhile.


Keep your eye on the prize.


Learn along the way.


Experiment.


Question everything.


Challenge everything.


Be brave.


Be cunning.


Be strategic.


Be bold.


Be smart.


Be woke.


Because the truth is out there.


And it’s singular.


And explanatory.


And if it doesn’t kill you.


Then you throw down.


You gave it your all, after all.


And you got creative.


At least you’re aware of the reason why.


And once you know the why, you can start working to improve. Begin with little things, like romance.


Then move on to bigger projects.


From there, your happiness will only multiply.


And offer you a nice bouquet.


That’s why they don’t bring you flowers anymore.


Maybe they hate because they’re jealous. It’s what haters do.


Doing things like this doesn’t help with the likability factor.


So there you have it. Follow the advice above, or at least aspire to have people say such things about you, and you too can get back to livin’. If that doesn’t work, you can always offer your services to someone else. References are required.

Richard Cromwell is a senior contributor to The Federalist. Follow him on Twitter, @rcromwell4.
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