Eat Rainbows. Shit Stars.

fengi: I will punch you right through that sign.

Exhibit A:

Exhibit B:

YOU EXIST. BE AS SELF INDULGENT AS YOU CAN. DON'T THINK TOO MUCH. BAD SITUATIONS ARE EASY TO CHANGE AND IF THIS ISN'T TRUE FOR YOU, DON'T GET LOSER GERMS ON THIS SIGN. MY EVERY THOUGHT IS SO DEEP. IF YOU ARE YOUNG, ATTRACTIVE AND PRIVILEGED, LOVE IS EASY. NO FATTIES, NO OLDSTERS, NO HOBOS. NOTHING IS COMPLICATED WHEN YOU CAN BUY WHAT YOU WANT. DIFFERENT TYPE SIZES CAN MAKE APHORISMS PROFOUND. EAT RAINBOWS, SHIT STARS. ASK THE NEXT PERSON YOU SEE HOW DESPERATE THEY ARE, AND SHARE YOUR DESIRE TO HUNT THEM FOR SPORT. TRAVEL OFTEN; TOURISM IS AN ADEQUATE SUBSTITUTE FOR DEPTH. IF YOU ARE UNHAPPY, IT'S PROBABLY BECAUSE YOU MISSED YOUR CHANCE AT AWESOME. LIFE IS BEING BORN ON THIRD BASE AND ACTING LIKE HITTING A TRIPLE IS SIMPLE. HANG ON TO THOSE DREAMS, IT MAKES IT EASIER TO SELL YOU. LIFE IS SHORT AND BRUTAL IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO LIVE AWINSOME CLICHE. WELCOME TO HELL.

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9 Responses:

  1. Reminds me of the Die Warzau tour shirt.

    People who believe in capital punishment trust their government a whole lot more than I do. The Bible makes a killer coaster and can keep your table from wobbling.

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  3. Ian Young says:

  4. piku says:

    What? Wait... nobody said anything about having to work for a living with the prospect of nothing paying off. I never signed up for this... where can I get a refund?

  5. Nathan Roberts says:

    This reminds me of a lunchbag one of my co-workers has. Bunch of cute little aphorisms like the ones in sign #1. One of them says "Do something every day that scares you."

    I do. It's called showing up for work.

  6. Faith says:

    Haha, wow, why is everyone where so bitter.

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