Stop Complaining!

What is the difference between me and them? Or us and them, if you will. When I say "us" I am referring to other people who are like me, misanthropic. I do not intend to say that I am just like other misanthropists, that I understand their every struggle and just how miserable they might be sometimes, because I just don't.

It would not surprise me in the slightest if they would find people like us lazy, unproductive, pathetic etc. And why shouldn't they! We just complain about how miserable we are all the time! We better get out there and make something of ourselves... Get a girl or boyfriend! Or one of my personal favorites! "Get a life". I do complain however. A lot. But what is it I am complaining about? And is there a difference in my complaints and their complaints? I most certainly think so.

I don't know about you misanthropic people (provided that anybody will read this!) but once you actually listen to what they are talking about, on the buss.. or the gym or.. workplace or whatever; the casual, dull and utterly pointless conversations they have going on with eachother, usually they complain about a great deal themselves.

So what exactly do they complain about? Don't even get me started (please do!) They complain about taxes, they complain about driving their kids to different activities and what not (their own fault), they complain about the weather (ALSO their own fault), they even complain about how much they miss drinking alcohol! The list. Goes. On.

So how am I, and perhaps you different from them? I say that we complain about them complaining about small and unimportant things. I dare say that almost every single one of their complaints are things that they actually have brought upon themselves.

Thanks to whomever spends their time reading this, feel free to leave a comment if you like. Perhaps about how important it is that I "get my **** together" and oh! Another favorite incoming! How important it is that I get "laid". *Sigh*
KingNothing90 KingNothing90
22-25, M
Sep 18, 2012