Saturday, January 15, 2011


Did you guys read that last post? PFFFFFT. WTF is that shit?!?! I'm funna go Schribnizzzzzz on his ass! And he gives me shit for being apologetic? That guy... Well I for one AM NOT SORRY! HAHA! But on a more real note, I'm honestly not sorry for playing the game. I see where ConCon is coming from with his post, but he doesn't have the right to apologize for me (no offense). I love that the game is "self-indulgent" because that's what friends are all about; you share things with them that you don't share with other people.

This is a lot of who we are as a group of friends. Our humor is a huge part of who we are, or at least right now, and so if people are repelled by that, then they weren't meant to be my friend at this time anyway because that's just how I am. You can't accommodate everyone in life. There will always, ALWAYS be someone out there who dislikes you for whatever reason. It's not your responsibility to appease them. We're meant to live our lives in the way that makes us happiest. That's not to say that we should be selfish and disregard the feelings of others, but we shouldn't be socially required to change in order to try and make the most people approve of us.

If people think I'm an asshole for my views, that's too bad. I wish it weren't so, but it doesn't bother me. The people I want to like me like me for the most part, and that's all I need. I know the game isn't a great spectator sport, but people know what they're in for when they spectate, and if they didn't like it, they wouldn't participate. It's not like they're shunned or made fun of for not being in on it. Whilst referring to this matter, Conor said "That's not what we want. This is not intended, and we never really noticed this. We just love joking around with each other. We're having fun." Yeah, we are having fun. We have a LOT of fun with it. And as far as I'm concerned, that's exactly what I want. That's why I do it. The game has gone exactly as intended in my book. Of course I've noticed that we somewhat exclude other people with it, but every group of friends does that to some degree. I don't feel that that makes us bad people, and I'm sorry if other people don't feel the same.

And Conor, despite the first couple joking sentences, this post is absolutely not a shot at you. I'm just stating my opposing view on the subject.



  1. "The Game" is a stupid concept. All friend groups joke around with one another. We didn't make that up.

    Boiz Nite!1


  2. Classic Brian is great because it's a social exhibition of private insecurities being worked out.