Posts Tagged ‘high school’

Dumb bastards…

Posted: November 6, 2011 in Education, Everyday life, Misc.
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I was “stalking” people from my old elementary school from like, way back in the day and I was curious as to what they’ve all become, since I’ve barely had contact with 90 % of them for the past 5 or 6 years.

And frankly, I was shocked! I was shocked to see that I was right all the way!

Most of the people in my school were the kind of kids who hang out a little too long with some of the wrong people and barely paid attention in class. I hang with solely with the “good” people – mostly because all the “wrong” people made sure to make my everyday life a living hell during the 10 years I spend in elementary.

But I knew I’d have my revenge. When I graduated with top grades and actually made something of myself and they – poor bastards – simply couldn’t because they were too dumb to graduate from “High School” (what we in Denmark call gymnasium – which is after elementary and before university).

Thus! They are all fucking crack heads and retards who don’t have an education and don’t care to get one because “I can always get that job at McDonald’s”

… Well, impressive. And you where they one who bullied me?


 

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But I really need to sleep. I feel like watching some old surrealist/avantgarde movie or analyse a painting, but the truth is, that it is now 23:59 or 11:59 pm, and I started watching the first season of Lost yesterday (and me being a sucker for that kind of stuff… House, M.D., How I met your Mother, Scrubs, NCIS, Futurama, Family guy, Bones – tv shows in general, I really, really need to watch at least two episodes before I got to bed… I know, it’s bad…) so I really don’t have the time to spend two hours watching, thinking and writing about art right now, even though it would be awesome to put on some jazz and just be intellectual again for once. It was much easier back in high school when I had to do that kind of thing, but without a deadline from a teacher and knowing that not writing the 5 page essay about Un Chien Andalou would have consequences, I’m just not that motivated…

Back in high school (or gymnasium as they are called in Denmark) I noticed, that whenever one of the… Let’s call them intellectuals/future academics (I find myself in this particular group, actually) discuss anything (litteraly anything), it became extremely popular to throw around with these tacky, homemade words or neologisms, just to sound even smarter (actually in my previous post, I used the word ‘burtonian’ about the works of director Tim Burton). And I’m really having a hard time explaining how much I hate neologisms.

Neologisms are non-intelligent people’s ultimate defense (if played right of course), because everybody can make up new words, all you have to do is end one word with ‘ism’ and all of a sudden it sounds clever, and if the words you say sounds clever, chances are that the person listening to you will think that you are clever – when you, in reality, are not.

Then there’s the case of the clever person who makes up new, intelligent words just to sound even more clever and really, really but an extra 10 ft. on top of the already enormous statue they’ve built, and recently I’ve realised that I do it myself.

Neologisms suck.

Och den gamla nunnan tror sjuka nunnan är en stor fet nunna lögnare.