May 27, 2012

"When you aren’t sure whether the lingering sensation that you aren’t liked enough is a rational response to unfair circumstances..."

"... or is in fact symptomatic of your tendency to blame your environment for your own failure to self-actualize, drink."

Item 2 in "The Overthinking Person’s Drinking Game." There are many items!

Via Metafilter.

11 comments:

Dante said...

If you can't figure out what your goals ought to be, and you can't tell whether the world's goals are misaligned or you are being unrealistic about what good goals are, drink.

Mitchell said...

My receiver must be tuned to the wrong frequency.

edutcher said...

I was wondering about the masthead.

Ann Althouse said...

"I was wondering about the masthead."

Ha ha. I'd forgotten about that!

Click on it. It's a hot link. Doesn't look it because the colors are reversed in the masthead. I wish I could reverse that!

robinintn said...

Giving consideration to the notion of being liked "enough" is on its own a fairly reliable indicator of irrationality. Who thinks like that?

edutcher said...
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edutcher said...

I see it.

Yes, reversing the blue and black gets a wee bit confusing.

PS Glad I could give you a laugh.

ricpic said...

Being tolerated isn't good enough?

ndspinelli said...

Not giving a shit what people say about you is one of the greatest liberations possible. I'll have a shot and beer to that.

Kit said...

There are many items!

Exactly...and welcome to the alcoholic brain.

Astro said...

At this point Leigh Alexander has had 27 drinks and has 24 excuses for being drunk.