by Zach Raffio. @zachraffio.
There are a lot of uncertainties in the world today. From climate change to economic disparity, to the ongoing pandemic and political turmoil, it can be difficult to truly confirm… anything.
With that in mind, we wanted to take the time to make it clear that, no matter what this life throws around: still, you must admit, with the two anatomies, it truly is daunting, I mean how everything might, uh…
I can already hear you trying to dispute the dauntingness of how the two anatomies might, well, you know. You can try until the spring awakens: it won’t change my mind. At the end of the day, you really must admit, it truly is daunting.
Gas prices are rising and you can’t trust the evening news. There’s vast inflation and no universal healthcare. Heck, you can’t even find a good psychiatrist to help you cope! While all of these things cause anxiety, they don’t influence the fact that I’m not saying I wouldn’t… I wouldn’t want to not… would ever not want to.
So what does this say about the individual experience? Does my interpretation of an anatomy-measuring daunt level automatically match yours? In most cases, I believe subjectiveness reigns supreme. But here? Not a fuckin’ chance. You MUST admit that it truly is daunting.
Look me in the eye and say it. Say that it truly is daunting. You must admit…
So, in conclusion, I recognize that we all experience this world in our own unique manner. The one thing that unites us, though, is a shared, confirmed submission to this fact: you must admit, with the two anatomies, it truly is daunting.
To refuse admitting the dauntoofery of all two anatomies is to fight back against all things that are truly true, such as how daunting it is that with the two anatomies it truly is daunting, how everything might, well. Take THAT to the 19th century German bank.
I have to go.