Tuesday, December 22, 2015

OH WELL

by Mr. Mean-Spirited

You were warned, weren’t you? You were told something like this would happen. You knew the risk. You just didn’t listen. You thought you knew better.

Just because you have the latest electronic gadget didn’t mean shit, did it? Just because everyone said you were a “nice person” didn’t make any difference. Just because you’ve had a “good job” didn’t delay a damn thing. Being all progressive didn’t help you one bit.

Admit it – you thought you were too smart for this to happen, right? You thought you were so frigging clever. You thought nothing like that would ever happen to such a “free spirit”. You were so fucking happy about your life. Now you certainly got shown otherwise.

You just couldn’t believe it was finally happening to you, could you? What happened to you has happened throughout history – you just turned out to be less “special” than you were always told. Welcome to the real world, cocksucker.

Don’t you think you brought this upon yourself? What happened to you is your own damn fault. You deserve everything you got. Truth is – you needed something like that to happen to you.

If you didn’t take any precautions, then you really are to blame – aren’t you? If you didn’t pay attention, then everything that happened is your own fault – isn’t it? Only a fool would not have tried to prevent it. You just couldn’t be bothered.

You don’t expect me to feel sorry for what happened, do you? Don’t you think that everyone is happy that you finally got what was coming to you? Tough luck, asshole.

16 comments:

  1. We are all fucked the the moment we take that first breath outside the womb... Mr. Mean, you are way too easy on parents in my opinion.

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    1. I must admit that you are not the first reader of my blog to be disappointed on this very account. Don’t get me wrong, I despise and detest all parents – but, truth be told, I despise and detest their offspring a fraction more.

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    2. Your parents fucked as people do and now youre here. I dont understand blaming parents for that. Sounds like a pyschopathic way of thinking to me.

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    3. Comment directed at babies blaming parents not at mms.i am pissed at the shitty genes I got from my parents and a pretty crappy upbringing but rooting and making babies?That shit just happens. Thats the way it is.

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    4. "rooting and making babies?That shit just happens. Thats the way it is."

      You mean "rutting and making babies"? No, shit like that doesn't just happens. I guess you really are stupid if you think that way.

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    5. I think that “rooting”, in this context, is standard Australian slang for “fucking”.

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  2. Now this is my kind of Christmas message. MMS is a modern day Calvin, reminding us all of our total depravity.

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    1. Yes, Mr Mean is fantastic. I would also recommend the Of Futility and Decay page on FB run by Matthias. Another great read about our existential dilemma/horror.

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  3. Señor Mean,
    I am a new reader of your blog. There is much truth,bitter truth. so this 2016 will be as bitter as the other years. Take care. Raul from Paraguay

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    1. Of all the countries in the world, Paraguay has got to be one of the wisest and safest choices to survive the coming decade.

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    2. Do you see yourself getting out of the US (assuming you live there now)? What is advantageous about Paraguay?I live in the US and wonder what is to come...

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    3. During the advancing decade, I can see myself relocating to an even more remote area of the United States – but the window of time to move to South America has closed for us foreigners. Aside from fairly lax gun laws and tolerable tax rates and a relatively low population density, Paraguay has the world’s largest supply of fresh water in the Guarani Aquifer. I am not really an advocate of all the conjectures about peak oil as much as an adherent of the concept of wars over dwindling supplies of potable water.

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  4. Is this blog entry related to something in the news that isn't mentioned or is it just a general rhetorical rant?

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    1. Just a general observation as the result of sitting in a waiting room.

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