Sunday, February 7, 2016

GET AWAY FROM ME

by Mr. Mean-Spirited


Don’t come near me. Get the hell away from me.

People are something to be avoided. You should always keep your distance if you happen to encounter others. You will need to stay away from the mass of humanity if you want to be yourself. You are going to need to shun human beings if you want to remain an individual.

People will only contaminate you. The trouble with the human horde is that you will be dragged down to their level. No matter how much you might try to resist, other people will always befoul your soul. No matter how much you might try to retain your innate uniqueness, society will rub-off upon you.

People will only corrupt you. No matter how much you might struggle, your friends will eventually get you to compromise. No matter how much you resist, you will finally give in. The only fate worse than death is having to join in – and that future awaits us all. 

Ultimately people will only consume you. They will make you into one of their own. You will become part of the group. And once you become part of the crowd, you might not be able to find your way out. Once the horde finds you, it is too late.

The multitude is always out there. The mob has been working a conspiracy against you from the start.

10 comments:

  1. Agreed! And yet, people desire this contamination.

    We desire almost nothing more. We prefer the pollution of others.... So as to avoid breathing in our own shits, which we swim in.

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  2. Agreed. Have you noticed more and more restaurants have "communal" seating? Why would I want to potentially to sit next to your pooping, puking, balling little worm with limbs, or anyone else for that matter? I once waited nearly a half hour in line to eat at a restaurant, and upon entry seeing only communal seating turned around and walked out! I go out of my way to get all business done during off peak hours, so as to avoid the mass of slimy vermin known as mankind.

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    1. I was on the road yesterday, so I had to grab a meal an unfamiliar restaurant – and (I’ll be damned) seating was just as you described: a long smeary communal table. Decided to get an order “to go” rather than to endure a greasy chumminess.

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  3. This blog is my gospel! But it is probably just another contrived psy-op.

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    1. Perhaps your comment could be part of some elaborate psy-op designed to convince me that other people have the same sentiments.

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    2. Fuck me psy-op daddy

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  4. Kinda reminds me of the malevolent force in Halo - The Flood.

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  5. When you have terrible toothache, will you say the same to the dentist?
    I don't think so, and this draws on other people too, who work in the industry which makes the nails and other equipment the dentist needs to redeem you from hellish toothache.

    And dont forget the binmen, the workers on a power plant, water-works..............

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    1. The choice of words in your comment makes me think I might recognize the writer. But to answer your objection ….

      When I employ a tradesman for some project, I immediately dispense with his presence as soon as he has accomplished his task. When the dentist has completed his root canal, I never see him again. I control the social interaction, and I terminate the social contact when I pay him for his services. As long as his dental work was done correctly, I have severed that connection as definitively as he destroyed the roots of my tooth.

      These relations are disposable.

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  6. People like this are always just projecting their own problems onto others. They hate themselves and simply assume everyone else is like them.

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