Message Turncoat in a DM to get moderator attention

Users Online(? lurkers):
4 posts
1 votes

have any of you read Dostovesky ?? (pretty obscure soo prob not :p:p)


Posts: 145

 

I have been CRYING through the entire first 20ish minutes laughing my ass off and this is honestly THE FUNNIEST MONOLOGUE THAT I HAVE EVER READ/HARD  不不不不不不不不不-  and literally pretty much everything that he questions can be answered with "Love"-  LIFE IS REALLY NOT THAT CONFUSING/HYPOCRITICAL/MYSTERIOUS-  THE GOLDEN RULE "DO UNTO OTHER PEOPLE AS YOU WOULD HAVE OTHER PEOPLE DO UNTO YOU,  AND DO UNTO YOURSELF AS YOU WOULD DO UNTO OTHER PEOPLE- EVERY HUMAN BEING IS INTRINSICALLY "GOOD"  (I DO NOT BELIEVE IN THE CONCEPTS OF ANALYZING PEOPLE AS RIGHT VS WRONG,  GOOD VS BAD BUT I AM USING THE WORD GOOD TO PROVE A POINT)  AND INTRISICALLY VALUABLE-->  EVERYONE IS EQUALLY "GOOD" AND EQUALLY VALUABLE

 

This monologue is soo hilarious that I cannot even feel sad for the author because I was laughing too hard-->  I would probably have to reread/relisten to it multiple times before I was finally calm enough to process what I was reading/listening to compassionately....

 

 

last edit on 11/14/2023 7:37:31 PM
Posts: 145
0 votes RE: have any of you read Dostovesky ?? (pretty obscure soo prob no...

kk I feel more compassionate now, the author seems very lost and confused,  and if the author was still alive I would have liked to talk to that person some about the beliefs and ideologies that I have found helpful for being able to stay optimistic and feel a sense of unconditionally loving connection within myself and between myself and other people,  which has led to a life experience of feeling more safe and confident,  after going through a phase  (like 28 years)  of also feeling very lost and confused.

 

I think what I find funny is the author's pretentious attitude  ("superior to you" despite communicating in so many words that the author seems to be lost and confused and appearingly self-aware that he is lost and confused),  and I also find it somewhat offensive because,  like, that type of attitude used to confuse me in ways that had a traumatic effect on myself personally before I became more confident and autonomous in my beliefs.  soo really,  It was more my own laughing at my own previous lostness and confusion,  and I do not like want to influence/ be a stimulus of people feeling misunderstood or not appreciated and loved

 

It was like mostly laughter of relief and freedom from my past beliefs and perceptions that led to soo much darkness and loneliness in a lot of my life experiences

 

sighh,  when someone comes across as an authority figure and you are still unsure about life and finding your way through to something meaningful and satisfying,  it really  唐唐,  um is just very very confusing,  and then when that person sort of comes across that you are not worthy of you know like mutual respect and appreciation and love as another human being just like that person is too,  umm,  it hurts.  a lot.  and yeahh.  唐唐

 

 

last edit on 11/14/2023 10:53:54 PM
Posts: 32481
0 votes RE: have any of you read Dostovesky ?? (pretty obscure soo prob no...
She said: 

 

This monologue is soo hilarious that I cannot even feel sad for the author because I was laughing too hard

That's kinda mean, if he were alive that'd be akin to bullying. 

E拑怢x抶抩i抴抻s拑抳t抪e抪怉n抴怳t拑抳i拑抰a抴怌l拑 抴拊D拑怳e抶t拑怊e抴c抶t抴抰i抾怐v抪戽e拑
Posts: 2206
0 votes RE: have any of you read Dostovesky ?? (pretty obscure soo prob no...

I think they make a lot of high school students read it if they're advanced enough, which you probably weren't so I understand why you'd say he's obscure 

My grandiose delusions are better than yours.
4 posts
This site contains NSFW material. To view and use this site, you must be 18+ years of age.