Misanthropy is cool now?
I don’t know why but I seem to have climbed the social ladder here and at home. I worked pretty hard to isolate myself over the years, hence why nobody from school has heard a word about me for 6 years and why I keep denying my girlfriends request to finally become embroiled in the clusterfuck that is Facebook.
What exactly would I say if I had a Facebook. Occupation: transatlantic drifter, misanthrope, asshole. Try to add me: I didn’t like you then and I still don’t. Location: America or England, you decide. My status updates would cause shit, I’d probably get checked into AA or something. Facebook probably won’t fare well for me as a misanthrope.
In America I assume it’s because I’m exotic and they find my drinking and smoking somewhat different to what they are used to. I can’t believe none of them have ever been to a rave before. Back home maybe it’s the guitar and misanthropic charm. I really don’t know. Everyone seems to love my opinions on people and insight which is actually realistic cynicism. Suddenly I’m invited out more and everyone wants to know me. I find it strange and annoying.
I seem to have become more sociable too now, which is beginning to worry me. In school I was a ghost and now I’m suddenly the man of the hour it is taking some getting used to. I’m more popular than I have ever been for no reason at all. Maybe people perceive me as interesting now, to me I’m exactly the same as I was in highschool just with less pot. Oh and too all you naysayers I passed with flying colors.
No matter how sociable I become I will still hate most people I meet. I will still try to avoid being sociable at all costs. Honestly, I only posted this because I am kinda bewildered that people find me that likable.
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