Today I have decided to strive to be far, far below average. I figure if I'm going to strive to be anything, why not do it to the best of my abilities, and go for the whole shebang.
From now on, I plan on attempting to become the most sub-human retard on the face of the planet!
In fact, I don't want to just be a Retard, I want to be a Threetard!
You may all begin to call me "Grunk, the Wonder Tard!"
Tucker Case - Tard magnet.
I was raised to be myself and not care what other people think of me. "Just do your best son, they can't ask for more than that."
I have an answer for everything...you may not like the answer or it may not satisfy your curiosity..but it will still be an answer. ~ Kal'Stang
My mind and my heart are saying I'm in my twenties. My body is pointing at my mind and heart and laughing its ass off. ~ Kal'Stang
All this talk about stupid people being happy reminds me of a bit a comedian I heard once. Andy Andrist I think. He talked about Dumbing it Down to be happy. Goes something like:
You never see a retard having a bad day. They're always happy. Sure they might have bad parts of a day, like when they lose their trunks going down the water slide. But for the most part they got no problems. Think they care about the war in Iraq or the financial crisis? **** no! They're just waiting for their next Pudding Pop.
Originally Posted by SWM
And perhaps one doesn't even have to be retarded to do this.
The "Be Here Now" movement popularized this ideology in the late 60s, encouraging people to, well.... be here now.
On the downside, it's kind of hard to come up with contingency plans that way; I suspect it works best for the privileged, who rarely need them.