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Things they don't tell you about the nobody.


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11/19/2012 02:11 AM
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A young man contemplating marriage sought advice from Diogenes. "Should I marry?"

"Marriage is too soon for a young man"

"Would you have me wait then until I am old."

"Oh no, Marriage is far too late for an old man."

"What am I to do then? I love the girl."

"Love is a luxury no one can afford. It is for those who have nothing better to do."

"What should we be doing then?"

"To seek freedom. But it is not possible to be free if you have a wife and children."

"But having a wife and family is so agreeable."

"Then you see the problem, young man. Freedom would not be so difficult to attain were prison not so sweet."

"You mean to be free is to be alone?"

"We come into the world alone and we die alone. Why, in life, should we be any less alone?"

"To live, then, is terrible."

"No, not to live, but to live in chains."
Overstand, this isn't a sermon from the hill, but a 'Trespassers Will Be Shot' Sign.
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And you know when there's an itch in your sock? But you have to walk and so you can't inspect it? And then you finally get home, and you find out that the itch was made by a tiny stickery from a little plant? And it's hard to get out of your sock? And the little sharp part made your ankle red? And it's swollen? And you can't stop itching it even after you wash it and put on clean socks? And then when you're reading, it still bugs you? And it's even still a little bit red the next day?

Well, they don't tell you about that, either.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610534

Reminds me of another experience i had, friend. I had something spiky and lumpy in my shoe not too long after i went out, but i was tired so i didn't stop to check what it was. If i had a life might have been saved.

Half an hour to an hour later i get home and remove them to find a fairly big but dead huntsman spider, all mangled up by my toes :(

The poor little creature didn't bite me once. Maybe he couldn't bite me from the angel i pinned him in from, but he was large enough to not squish so easily. Never bit me once. I felt bad at first, but then i remembered the lesson he'd died to give me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 376288

The lesson he died to give you? Lemme see, a huntsman spider is bigger than a human hand, and one was in your shoe and you stuffed your apparently bare foot into your shoe and went for a walk. So I guess that lesson would be, "don't get drunk out of your mind and go for a walk, or you won't recognize the spider the size of your hand in your shoe."

Yep, that is a good lesson. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1610534

"a huntsman spider is bigger than a human hand"

Oh, do tell of your clear knowledge of such things.