At 2/22/13 02:41 PM, Saen wrote:
Seriously though, working out made a difference you wouldn't believe.
Yes that is good advice.
I was fat in high school and early in college.
Then I lost weight, everything gets better.
And last year I joined a cycling team and made lots of new friends.
That's when I understood I had been lied to all my life. On tv and in movies, all you hear about is the story of the hard-working social outcast / nerd with the heart of gold who gets picked on by the rich stupid jocks. But then later, THEY SHOW EM!!
Such bullshit. Nerds / artists / hipsters / outcasts are generally the worst people. They are lazy, not smart, resentful and feel entitled. They make poor life choices and blame the system for it.
By comparison, all my sport friends are hard-working, ambitious and in promising careers. Plus they're better-looking and healthier. They're not fuckups who blow school work to go get drunk / high while playing video games. They don't go into shitty school subjects like literature, history, film or arts when they know they have no chance.
They go into "boring" things like law, accounting, engineering or medicine and are heavily rewarded for it with tons of money, prestige and happiness, while al the "go for your dreams" washouts struggle to find ANY sort of work and continue losing a grip on their lives as they let themselves go more and more over the years, gaining weight and abusing substances more in a vain effort to party forever.
If you're reading this, are bullied and don't know what to go into for college: Go where the money is. Work hard, get the grades and don't look back. You'll never be unhappy as a 25 year old who makes 70k a year. Join a sport of some kind, meet ambitious people, not pretentious art-types. Like me. Haha.