Yeah see that’s just more to why I think it’s awful.
If the fact that you didn’t buy a Macbook is what’s eating you up inside a few years down the track, I think you need to reevaluate your life.
Why I think #19 is not valid - why would you lie about it in the first place? I mean, I’m fully aware that this is a thing people do on a daily basis, but the second the person you lied to asks any simple question about it, it’s obvious to everyone that you have not read/seen/heard whatever.
The point should be something along the lines of read that book/see that movie/listen to that band that you’ve always wanted to. Not that one that you think might make you look cool.
I agree, #24 is debatable, but since I am someone who thinks Apple is the devil, overrated, overpriced, etc, my opinion is obviously bias.
However, I’m pessimistic and cynical due to my “life experiences” that I always doubt the people that write these posts have had any of, so I don’t much care for these “inspirational” posts.
Oh and I do have to agree that I’ve also seen worse ones :)
So I just saw this post which has something like 170,000 notes.
It’s a list of 25 things to do before you turn 25… and it sounds like it’s written by a 17 year old who thinks they know everything there is to know about the world.
Case and point:
#19 - Go out and watch that movie, read that book, listen to that band you already lied about watching, reading, listening to.
#24 - Suck it up and buy a Macbook Pro.
Yep, I’m out.
Someone takes their MTG seriously; or has some trust issues.
It’s ok, we’ll work through it together.
For a better tomorrow.