BY SOFO ARCHON
This is a transcript of a video published here.
You are pushed out of the womb you lived in for 9 months or so.
You cry as you breathe in for the first time.
You soon learn to crawl, walk and jump.
You also learn to talk and use the toilet.
And then you are sent to school.
You sit in a small room for about 8 hours nearly every day.
And you are taught a lot of things.
Things you mostly don’t care about.
But you are not allowed to say how you feel.
In fact, you are not allowed to do almost anything,
You even need to ask for permission to pee.
You memorize information, and you are later tested on it.
You give exams, and more exams, and even more exams.
Once you graduate from school, you go to university, where you have to give even more exams.
You study, and study and study.
Occasionally, you get wasted and laid.
If you are a good student, you get a university degree.
Once you get it, you look for a job.
When you find it, you work and work and work.
Work becomes your life, and nothing is more important than it.
Rarely, when you don’t work, you look at the screen of your phone.
Oh yes, and you buy stuff.
A lot of stuff.
Shopping makes you feel good.
At least, temporarily.
But then you have to go back to work.
You work and shop, and work and shop, and work and shop, and work and shop, and work and shop, and work and shop.
And then, you die.