We’ve spent a lot of time making nothing – I guess it’s time to make something
A lot of life advice is thrown around these days. Things like ‘Follow Your Passion’ or ‘The Speed Of Light Is Constant’ or ‘Eat Pray Love’. Our favorite phrase is ‘Fake It ‘Til You Make It’ partly because it rhymes and partly because it gives us carte blanche to act like we own the place and take all the finger foods left out for the corporate event. Unfortunately, kind of like Michael Cera, we’re having some difficulty transitioning.
The saying has this clause to it where you’re supposed to stop faking it once you’ve “made it”. What if faking it is the whole reason you made it and to stop faking it would cause you to no longer having made it? How can I tell when I’ve made it? Can I stop faking it now, or should I continue to fake it until I made it some more?
What was I trying to make here?
I think its a blog post but I can’t be sure. Maybe it’s money and if that is the case, woo buddy, do I gotta fake it better if I’m gonna make it better. Anyway, I guess I should clickbait this thing.
A LIST OF SEVERAL THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN FAKED (SOME OF THESE ARE TRANSPARENT AND MEANINGLESS PRODUCT PLACEMENTS!):
1. Everything that happen after about 614 to 911 A.D.
2. All baseball scores since the 90s.
3. Whatever the fuck 2+2 equals.
4. Most of the past 2 years.
5. All this great money we have:
6. This amazing shirt: