Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Where the Mild things are

Is it just human nature to settle? I hate settlers. Not the people who originally came to this country and got the land started. Those bastards were just crazy and I salute their curmudgeonicity(This isn't a word but I don't care). The settlers I am talking about are the ones that will just take what they can get and stay away from risk, adversity or challenge.

We all know people like this. They work with us, live near us and in some cases sleep next to us(No, not Diana). I just saw on the news that Americans who are 100 pounds or more overweight are the fastest-growing group of overweight people in the United States. This is settling. They look down and see fat and go, "Oh well". And anyone who come to the defence of the fat with the argument that "Some of them have medical conditions" or whatever bullshit you can come up with can just shut up. Fat is fat and the occasional medical case of obesity is not the majority but the minority.

Also, people settle in their jobs, love lifes, sex lifes, friendships, body, and entertainment. Examples of this range from the guy that says he is going to start his own business some day(I am guilty of this) to the people that watch Americas Funniest Home Videos. Tom Bergeron is a douche. How many times have you had mediocre sex? I know it happens, it happens to me some times. But do we stop, regroup and fix the problem? No, we settle for bad sex. Maybe this is a bad example because even the worst sex ever is still pretty good.

Maybe settling is something that was bred into us. Look at Adam and Eve. Adam settled. He looked at his options and said "Bitch took my rib. But what other choice do I have?" I know that aside from Hugh Heifner, the average human will not be able to get everything they ever want and probably shouldn't. But it seems that more and more people are becoming stagnant. If you don't use it you loose it and it seems that as a society we have started to loose it. I could go on and on but I think this is good enough. If that isn't settling then I don't know what is.

That is all,


4 Ripples in the pond:

Thomas said...

How do you go from Tom Bergeron being a douche in one sentence to mediocre sex in the next? I think someone might be hiding something and I think it stems from all of those times that you watched Hollywood Squares at Granny's...

Trinity said...

Because mediocre sex and Tom Bergeron are the bain of my existence.

erin said...

What a combination - Tom Bergeron and mediocre sex. I don't think I want my mind to spend any more time on that.

I agree with you on the state of mediocrity and apathy currently plauging our nation. I have much more to say on the subject, but it's April 11 and I have a hell of a lot to get done today.

Let me just say....I'm not settling in my love life! Not one little bit! Given my options....I am still single! =)

erin said...

I misspelled plaguing. I'm ashamed of myself. Please accept my apologies.