How to decorate your room so people would think you’re crazy

If you went out and became entirely crazy, the first thing you will do is buy a couple of paintings to decorate your room with just to let everyone know you’re mad now.

You’d can’t pick war or crime themes, because everyone is used to pictures of people without heads or people on crosses from the old times and that is not considered creepy but historically aware, so you’d need to go another direction.

The best way might be to pick something cute or pretty but then multiply it. You will successfully catch someones attention with something cute so they wouldn’t be scared to admit they had noticed it but then they can have a look around and see too many of the same things there are. Cute things in massive herds is considered one of the most eerie sights in the world that is still okay to talk about. It’s scary but acceptable amount of scary, so this is the last level of scary people won’t become blind to.

This will conclude today’s home decoration how-to, I hope you will have a beautiful and a productive day after seeing the illustration paintings.

We can see an illustration of an okay amount of jellyfishes – perhaps one alone or with another smaller replica:

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But here we are witnessing an amount of jellyfishes that is not socially acceptable and will ruin lives and relationships:

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Enter the Newer Ship

I have an idea for a business. After you’ve set up your new furniture, our company will roll out a couple of workers who will hold up sample conversations in different clothes and topic arrangements in appropriate settings, so you can see which type of conversations match your furniture the best. This will help you select the correct people to be your friends who will match the apartment.

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The Review of Your Life: You sucked at math in 3rd grade

A number of ideas you’ve ever learned were learned in cycles of 3 or less years.  So at any time and any age, learning something new doesn’t take that long compared to your entire life. Something that your 30-year old self thought is “not you” or your 9th grade teacher told you suck at or your kindergarten teacher complimented you on, it’s not a portrait of your entire life, it’s not a real think, the “Review of You”. How would they know.  You think you had a role to fill and you always were bad at whatever you think you were bad at and good at whatever your 30 random group mates happened to know less about at that time, it doesn’t matter. It was only a couple of years of someones subjective comments. But to be fair, quite a few positive comments are pretty useless out of context also. Some positive comments are meant to guide you towards something that is useful for the reviewer and to make you more like them or turn you towards actions that might benefit them. You get patted on the back if your action reminded the reviewer of their life and you get suggestions for a change if it didn’t; at that time. The passing by reviewer will change their opinion in accordance with trends, development, your style of clothes, favorite brand of cigarettes or the town you were born in,  it’s temporary and pointless so who cares.  Put words on Bingo balls and blow some out of the tube onto a wall, you will get a more accurate review of your life and potential.

The only reason to learn a skill, is when your skills suck. So if you’re really bad at something at whatever age but you like doing it for whatever reason, it would be pretty silly to stop there at the start line.

 

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I suck at physics (what’s a good rhyme for Ohm) , traveling (I know there must be an exit in this supermarket) and sports (how do you know if this batch of sand will make your bike fall or not if you haven’t tried).  But this is all very much related to the time and effort I have(nt) put into these, not because I couldn’t read a map as a baby or was destined to never travel.