Could It Be Any Simpler? Actually, YES!

It is this belief influenced by a myth accepted as the law that explains why Earth is round.  If you squeeze  your pennies real tight in your palms, once you open your hand and discover a quarter with a creepy lookin’ face winking at you, and VOILÀ! You have won yourself a one way trip to the gumball machine.

If detail is just addition, since I am in High school (my credentials),  I must be correct when I say subtraction is the evil twin of addition. Subtraction is unaware that life has more to offer, such as bedazzling, iron on patches (both from scouts or self awarding/purchased), and adjectives.

The Plain Jane in life is subtraction. The benefits of becoming/embracing life as a simpleton are excellent, all we need to do is halt our needy baby ways. We can conserve energy, therefore buying the human race time before the gaping hole in the ozone layer removes our bodies from the safety of the atmosphere like if we were the prize in a crane machine. A skilled player, that global warming.

If we were to adapt our personalities to a  simple state of mind, we would probably get less of those impatient, confused,  hesitant looks after speaking.

Story Time: At my school a club is selling Valentine’s day grams at $1/25 words. I reckon I can get around the cost by not spelling every word completely, voiding the words as being actual words. Yes, my friends will have to work a little harder, but I am only complying with their request of being less detailed. This method reduces confusion right? I have given them a Valentine and a game, that is all.

Life is not meant to be simple because we are more then a cluster of cells. We are  many clusters of cells attached to additional clusters of cells attached all together, each with their own label. (Detail!)

Life is meant to be bedazzled until the eyes burn. Take this as a sign to stop, only if you would like to keep your eyesight intact. Though there is a place where associating the least amount of detail possible is a life saver. When sharing those stories where we apply the idea “I didn’t tell you because you didn’t ask”.

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