Not A Prophet
If you look hard enough, you can sometimes see what people are feeling. Surely no one would ever surrender such world altering knowledge. But none the less you can see what others feel. As if the body is confused as to what the mind wants to portray. But ahh, could the emotion of which they harbor be untrue, or faking in a sense. Mother faking. These “mother fakers” i should say, are feeling, i don’t know...? Lets say they are feeling sad. Instead of, oh i don’t know, TELLING SOMEONE. They decide to withhold this information and instead tell others through body language. Upon seeing a sad facial expression, or even a pair of droopy shoulders, we, the “good people” will ask : “Are you okay?” Such kindness from this person. Such selflessness to ask a question of this magnitude. The asker truly cares in this moment for the well being of the emotional mute. And then... the response. “Yeah, i’m fine” *followed by sad eyes or looking towards the ground or looking away dramatically* ......really? Round 2: This is the good part i swear, stay tuned. This requires the response along the lines of “No really, come on, what’s wrong, i know something is.” If you tell me you are fine when you still look sad, no longer will I participate in round two of your ********
fest. You will receive a profound look of disgust accompanied by my middle finger. When you go to ask “why?” or “what’s that for” I will tell you kindly to “ ****
off” before you can even finish asking. Learn how to talk and express your emotions without playing games you stupid mother fakers.
Sincerely, -Probably Insane