Minus “fuck” and “shit”

Thoughts 💭 Apr 21, 2020

Just replace them.

I’m heavily influenced by the people around me. What they speak is echoed in my words, what they do is tangled in my actions.

No, it’s not bad to use these words. It’s not bad to have alcohol. They’re not bad people, they’re indeed extra-ordinary people. The essence is being nil, though. When I say “fuck off” to someone, I really don’t know what I mean. Am I saying “stay out of my way” in the most impolite way possible? Or do I mean, “Hey, we should stop talking about it right now”?

When I say, “Shit, what the fuck just happened?”, I killed myself who’d naturally say “what happened?” with a tone of surprise. The emotion of surprise found way to vanity, in exchange for a couple of useless words.

“Fuck this shit” may be “Ignore this.” Though fuck this shit sounds cool, it isn’t meaning what it should. Literally, fucking shit is a terrible idea. None would do it.

It didn’t considerably impact any of my regular lifestyle, because I’m surrounded with similar lifestyles. Have a look around, everyone in your circle do the same thing. They see the world through Instagram, speak out loud through twitter, laugh through Facebook reactions. The impact is going to be embedded in my lifestyle.

Now don’t put me in the old school category who didn’t evolve with time. I’m fine if you’re doing a punctuation error, grammatical error when speaking out loud via any medium.
Don’t let rules come in the way of your thoughts. Make sure you’re expressing thoughts well enough, though. And good bye to useless words.

Srujan

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