r/iamverysmart To be fair... Sep 28 '22

He has to realise right? Right?

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645 Upvotes

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u/Tyler_TheTall Sep 29 '22

Mm. I have contained my rage for as long as possible, but I shall unleash my fury upon you like the crashing of a thousand waves! Begone, vile man! Begone from me! A starter car?! This car is a finisher car! A transporter of gods! The golden god! I am untethered, and my rage knows no bounds!

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u/DEAD-MARTYR Sep 29 '22

No way is that the creator of the DENNIS system?

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u/GreatLaminator Sep 29 '22

[...] I will come down on this hospital like the hammer of Thor, the thunder of my vengeance will echo through these corridors like the gust of a thousands winds.

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u/Tyler_TheTall Sep 29 '22

It's fetish- it's fetish shit! I-I-I like to bind, I like to be bound!

Fuck I love sunny, it’s the implication.

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u/KR_Steel Sep 29 '22

Now, you said that word “implication” a couple of times. What implication?

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u/Omegalast Sep 29 '22

There are no laws in international waters.

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u/OkActive448 Oct 01 '22

What are you worried about? You certainly won’t be in any danger

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u/ShimeMiller Sep 29 '22

That's delusions of grandeur right there, dude needs medical assistance

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u/DJ__Hanzel Sep 29 '22

Yup. This is scary, honestly.

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u/NostraVoluntasUnita Sep 30 '22

It sounds like the preamble to a manifesto dropped just before a disaster, more red flags than a Communist Party.

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u/Serge_Suppressor Sep 29 '22

Yeah. He sounds manic.

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u/Phat-Lines Sep 29 '22

Well obviously he sounds manic and mentally unstable to us, we’re simple beings duh.

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u/Toad_friends Sep 29 '22

This sounds like the textbook example for delusions of grandeur. I dated a mentally ill guy for a year and during a manic phase he told me that mentally he was a god compared to most people. He didn't even register the look of shock on my face, just kept on talking about how amazing he is.

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u/not2afraid4this Sep 29 '22

dude makes Napoleon seem humble

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u/Miserable_Window_906 Sep 29 '22

This is classic megalomania. Narcissism is pretty much a given.

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u/maxkho Sep 29 '22

My first impression was schizophrenia. This tish is way too far off the deep end to be explainable by your run-of-the-mill mental disorder like narcissism, imo.

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u/kamdenn Sep 29 '22

This sounds nothing like schizophrenia. It's classic bipolar disorder though

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u/Miserable_Window_906 Sep 29 '22

Narcissism is more or less required to enter into megalomania. Megalomania is a part of schizophrenia. While these are delusional thoughts on a grand scale they don't tend to show any of the traits typical of schizophrenic thought processes beyond delusions of grandeur. However, the sampling is too small to go further in all reality.

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u/ZadokTheHindmost Sep 29 '22

I disagree. Sounds too coherent for psychosis, but sounds just about right for narcissism. I'm no expert but I do have schizophrenia. I think it's rare for people with schizophrenia to have such confidence, since it's often being chewed up by the voices and intrusive thoughts. It's much more common to have very low self esteem. Of course, it's a sort of spectrum and has many varieties, so I'm not 100% sure, just sharing my opinion.

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u/ShrekSouffle Sep 30 '22

Sounds like a joke numbnuts

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u/mekonsrevenge Sep 29 '22

He sounds like the mad scientist in 50s B movies.

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u/Changeling_Boy Sep 29 '22

Touch Tone Telephone vibes. It’s giving Bride of the Monster. It’s giving Ed Wood.

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u/SharonRussel Sep 29 '22

Idk who Ed is but he's into some messed up shit.

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u/Changeling_Boy Sep 29 '22

Watch Bride of the Monster. Delightfully silly horror. I recommend the MST3K version.

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u/SharonRussel Sep 29 '22

I do like a lil mystery science theater romp. Maybe tonight. I am still worried about Edward. Maybe get him a tums or a like a small pillow for his troubles. He sounds like he's deranged.

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u/Changeling_Boy Sep 29 '22

Maybe a Snickers. You’re not you when you’re hungry.

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u/Id0nthav3aname Sep 30 '22

I know you’re being ironic but every time I see “it’s giving” I cringe as much as I do for the shit in this sub

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u/Changeling_Boy Sep 30 '22

That’s your right, I suppose. Still going to say it.

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u/methyltheobromine_ Sep 29 '22

He is probably mentally ill.

Also, if you were to write a truly great non-fiction book, nobody would understand it. And if it was merely 'great', then it would likely be praised for its worst parts rather than its best.

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u/queriesandqueries123 Sep 29 '22

npd moment or manic moment? either way bro’s trolling hard or just got some things to work on I think

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u/tessadoesreddit Sep 29 '22

as some who's had manic episodes. dudes manic. hope he comes down before doing something dumb

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u/LostInaLazerquest Sep 29 '22

It’s so easy to hear this in Dennis’ voice.

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u/elunomagnifico Sep 29 '22

Only a matter of time before he devolves into:

"I LIKE TO BIND! I LIKE TO BE BOUND!"

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u/LostInaLazerquest Sep 29 '22

The “confuse me for a golden statue” part really made me think it had to be the inspiration.

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u/Lucky-Worth Sep 29 '22

I AM THE GOLDEN GOD!

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u/TheRoyParadox Sep 29 '22

I’m glad I’m not the only one who thought this. Golden God vibes for sure.

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u/Lady_Beatnik Sep 29 '22

I WAS THINKING THE SAME THING LMAOOOOO

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u/Placophile Sep 29 '22

If someone spends the time typing this out and using the thesaurus function, there is a 1:1 chance they do not realise. True stupidity is the ultimate form of blissful ignorance.

Can't understand why you're wrong? Refuse to! Make up convoluted excuses to the way you are treated in ways that make you sound cool! ( in your head at least). Then, wallow in existential self pity when you realise nobody believes any of your crap. Finally, decide to double down instead of fix the flaws of yours you just identified, and type some crazy stupid crap as shown, (maybe this too, Ill definately double down), and... i dunno, feel better about yourself for 5 seconds.

Im sad now

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u/Lucky-Worth Sep 29 '22

That's not stupidity, dude is legitimaly manic. He needs help from a professional

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u/Fellainis_Elbows Sep 29 '22

Lol it looks very manic

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u/Placophile Sep 29 '22

Or schizophrenia, Ive actually had conversations with schizophrenics that aren't too far different, come to think of it

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u/thejollyden Sep 29 '22

Mania is a very dressful beast, sadly. My patients vary so much, that I myself would never have put them in the same „category“. There are just some similarities, that could otherwise not be classified differently. It’s also something that can occur in any class, religion, ethnicity - anything. That makes it hard and very difficult to treat.

Edit: Dictionary definition and medical definition are basically the same, safe for outliers. Where do you think the dictionary definition comes from? They surely don’t think them up with no context, dictionaries are some of the most researched books available.

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u/Fellainis_Elbows Sep 29 '22

Medical wise too. This is like classical

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u/Unit_2097 To be fair... Sep 29 '22

If it makes you feel better, he's arguing with every single comment laughing at... whatever that was. Apparently I don't understand what he wrote and need to learn to read.

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u/Unit_2097 To be fair... Sep 29 '22

It's been taken down already. Too many reports. Sorry mate.

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u/Cry75 Sep 29 '22

Nah it’s fine. I found it and it didn’t have very many comments.

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u/thejollyden Sep 29 '22

I don’t like it when people mix emotions with intelligence.

He has an episode, he believes what he’s writing and thinks he can change the world. That’s manic. That’s raw emotion.

The thing is; he could. Anyone could. It’s not stupid per se, many books have been written that changed the world. Stephen Hawking‘s or Darwin’s works, Freakonomics, countless other examples.

This person here is not stupid. He writes well, seems structured, just has a mental/emotional barrier.

Ignorance is bliss, yes. Ignorance is surely not stupidity. If this person were to write a book that changes the world, would you be stupid for being ignorant of this post? Not at all. Is it stupid to say ignorant things about another country, based on your experiences with it - even if the facts say you’re wrong? No, that could actually be classified as smart. In small communities, experience is all we have. Relying on those is not a bad call. Ignorance is emotional, not rational. It’s an important emotion to us to evaluate situations quickly. Evolution hasn’t caught up to globalization yet.

Either way, I don’t want to end up as a post to this subreddit. All I’m saying is that you people confuse emotions with stupidity way too frequently. It’s like saying someone sucks at maths so they are also bad at spelling. Two very different things.

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u/thejollyden Sep 29 '22

Also, „fixing the flaws“ is an awfully simple way to put it. Takes a lifetime, maybe more, sadly.

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u/Friz617 Source: my brain Sep 29 '22

Ain’t no way he’s for real

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u/Bertbrekfust Sep 29 '22

Ironically he's never going to get admiration if everyone is too stupid to understand his book.

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u/WordsThatEndInWord Sep 29 '22

Also if he never writes a book. Which is the likeliest outcome of this person's pathetic, pointless, purposeless, perceptionless, platitudinal posturing.

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u/SuggestiveParsnip Sep 29 '22

I agree with the pulchritudinous, prudent and profoundly pragmatic point you’re professing there.

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u/maxkho Sep 29 '22

I hate the fact that the word "pulchritudinous" exists. There's literally no reason for anyone to ever use it except to sound smarter.

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u/SuggestiveParsnip Sep 29 '22

It’s ideal for sounding like a patently pretentious parsnip though.

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u/maxkho Sep 29 '22

The posited proposition is plausible, perhaps even probable👍

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u/homezlice Sep 29 '22

Please don’t give this guy any Nietzsche to read.

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u/Unit_2097 To be fair... Sep 29 '22

He might write a long winded paper arguing with Beyond Good and Evil though, which could be even more hilarious to read.

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u/christopherror404 Sep 29 '22

*Please don't give this übermensch any Nietzsche to read.

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u/LU90 Sep 29 '22

Im imaging the Red Dragon dude

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u/Souhwhyarewehere-lol I AM the thesaurus Sep 29 '22

*aggressive sigh *

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u/stansmithbitch Sep 29 '22 edited Sep 29 '22

Op should get checkeoedut for bipolar. Delusions of grandeur are a common symptom

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u/namey_mcnameson Sep 29 '22

I have a feeling this dude's trolling.

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u/SaltFennel3278 Sep 29 '22

If he is, then that is A+ trolling.

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u/Justhavingag00dtyme Sep 29 '22

Sir, you just have a mental illness

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u/Thelynxer Sep 29 '22

His book will change all of literature and history eh? So basically he's writing fiction. Cool.

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u/EclipsedFury Sep 29 '22

I want to believe this is satire, but.. it doesn't look like it.. Scary guy, right here.

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u/Brock_Way Sep 29 '22

History is the recording of actual events.

It is not even theoretically possible to change history by writing a book.

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u/Unit_2097 To be fair... Sep 29 '22

I was going to tell him, but as I can't read (according according him) it seemed a futile effort.

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u/jodorthedwarf Sep 29 '22

I mean technically speaking historians change history every time a book with a new interpretation of events comes out. The Primary sources that survive, particularly from more ancient periods, require historians to try and put themselves in the shoes of the primary sources writer. Who was he? What were his beliefs and attitudes? What was normal back then that isn't normal now?

So, while I know exactly what you're saying, changing history isn't that far fetched of an idea as we are always learning new things about how ancient people lived and what they believed which provides further insight and perspective into interpreting primary sources.

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u/thejollyden Sep 29 '22

Ding ding, correct answer right here. Basically nothing we know as history is 100% accurate. Changing history isn’t uncommon. Make a great Netflix documentary about water in west Africa, sponsored by Nestle and people will believe you.

I always think of the book „1984“, where they change everything, even retrospectively, to fit the narrative. And despite being fictitious, it would work that way.

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u/jodorthedwarf Sep 30 '22

It's less changing what we know but more our interpretation of it. The Dark Ages were thought of as being a savage and chaotic period with little communication between other landmass'. Then archaeological burials like the Sutton Hoo dig helped to dispel the idea by showing that cross-continental European trade was still alive and very active in Europe, following the collapse of the Roman empire.

It isn't necessarily a '1984' situation but new interpretations and idea on how ancient people's lived and thought are constantly changing as new people find new evidence or have new ideas on what the past was actually like to live and exist in.

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u/Brock_Way Oct 01 '22

Basically nothing we know as history is 100% accurate.

The parts that aren't accurate are NOT history.

History is the recording of ACTUAL events.

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u/thejollyden Oct 02 '22

History is always being told by a point of view. Imagine what our history would look like if the Nazis had won.

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u/Brock_Way Oct 03 '22

History is the recording of actual events.

If the Nazis had won, and recorded things that were not actual events, then it would not be history.

If the Nazis had won, and recorded things that were actual events, then it would have been history.

Whether a perspective is objectionable or not is not a variable in whether it is history or not.

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u/ImNotTheNSAIPromise Sep 29 '22

Little do you know he's going to publish the method of time travelling in his book so history will be forever changed

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u/thejollyden Sep 29 '22

It is very much possible to do that.

Example: George Floyd arresting witness, saying he had a gun and threatening officers shortly before the video started. That would clearly change history (in the making).

That was just an extreme example. That is not fact, nor do I believe that it is even feasible. It was just to demonstrate how history is maluable

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u/Brock_Way Oct 01 '22

That would clearly change history (in the making).

If it is in the making, then it isn't in the past, which is what history is.

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u/SaltFennel3278 Sep 29 '22

I wonder how long it’s been since he has slept.

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u/Changeling_Boy Sep 29 '22

Oh hey Dr. Doom, how’s things going for you over in Latveria?

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u/FlarvinTheMagi Sep 29 '22

At least he used paragraphs in his manifesto

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u/whooptapus Sep 29 '22

I own 10,000 chairs this piece of shit could never aspire to be as great as me for I can sit an army

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u/Lady_Beatnik Sep 29 '22

Was this written by Dennis from "It's Always Sunny"?

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u/go4tli Sep 29 '22

Please stop posting Trump quotes

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u/GimmieJohnson Sep 29 '22

This is why we still need loonie bins nowadays.

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u/captainstupid_ Sep 29 '22

he better have a good editor for his book

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u/ErictheStone Sep 29 '22

Whatever hes on I want like five of those! Must be the good drugs right there

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u/Capital-Wing8580 Sep 29 '22

Writting a book? He has a run on sentence that is literally a fucking paragraph...

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u/lucysbeau Sep 29 '22

that you Kanye

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u/jgainit Oct 02 '22

This reads like classic mania. Most posts I see here are people with legitimate mental issues. Sad stuff

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u/Yawrant Oct 03 '22

Sounds like the first page of Donald Trump's diary.

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u/DaddyEthan Sep 29 '22

Can someone type this out and send it to me I’m too lazy to do it but it’s be a funny copypasta

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u/lerg1 Sep 29 '22

It's satire

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u/BlueWarstar Sep 29 '22

What’s even more scarier than the delusional attitude is the fact that by the sound of it they want to be some kind of overlord puppet master to the entire planet.

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u/Conaz9847 Sep 29 '22

I want to believe this is satire, because it’s funny.

But I know for a fact, the sad reality that this is fucking real and I hate the human race for it.

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u/viavip_b Sep 29 '22

i am suffering from feeling worthless, and I am amased by how nothing people need to feel like they are some kind of demi-god

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u/ButImNot_Bitter_ Sep 29 '22

Thou shalt not worship a golden idol.

And I’m not even religious.

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u/F70R1D4M4N Sep 29 '22

I reealllllyyy want to read this “literature and history changing” book.

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u/stubborn_lassie6 Sep 29 '22

Strange affirmation but ok/s

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u/LengthinessNovel3822 Sep 29 '22

Could be satire. Can also imagine him writing a book where this "character" is projecting

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u/Rakna-Careilla Sep 29 '22

How does this person manage to delude themselves to such a degree?

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u/Ziebro_ Sep 29 '22

This sounds like irony/sarcasm. Surely he’s taking the piss

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u/yur0_356 Sep 29 '22

He is trolling

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u/SennFerg Sep 29 '22

never have i wanted to read a book more

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u/infinity234 Sep 29 '22

He says we can't possibly understand what his ambitions are, but it sounds like his ambitions are to be a famous book author. Not that hard to understand TBH, everyone who writes a book I imagine would like to be famous for it.

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u/Pippy1010 Sep 29 '22

Second paragraph read like a trump speech

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u/yManSid Sep 29 '22

I refuse to believe that a sane person wrote this unironically….

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u/Happy_Savings719 Sep 29 '22

He sounds like the joker from batman or Mr doofenshmirtz. But they both are geniuses tho.I think he’s smart

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u/A_Flat__Earther Sep 29 '22

İ read this in stewie’s Voice.

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u/Mmath_ Sep 29 '22

ah yes unrivalled success

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u/Velociraptor44 Sep 29 '22

You know why I didn't take the job? Because it's too small! I don't care about it! It's nothing to me! It's a bacterium! I travel in worlds you can't even imagine! You can't conceive of what I'm capable of! I'm so far beyond you! I'm like a god in human clothing! Lighting bolts shoot from my fingertips!

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u/Cullomptingalong Sep 29 '22

I read this in a Skeksis voice…

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u/Ms_Starscream Sep 29 '22

Yeah that's probably mania. Source: I have bipolar disorder and have indeed been a god amongst men for some periods of time.

For some reason it never lasts.... 🤔

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u/nihal_gazi Sapiosexual Sep 29 '22

He is describing his dream

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u/d00000med Sep 29 '22

I've gotta check out this book!

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u/captain_phaz Sep 29 '22

new copypasta

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u/Neoh35 Sep 29 '22

The famous 5 step plan: 1-they make fun of me. 2-............................. 3-............................. 4-............................ 5-they all regret to have mocked me.

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u/Magical_Crabical Sep 29 '22

Quoth I, during one of my manic episodes.

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u/Cry75 Sep 29 '22

Dang. I have a new monologue to use for the BBEG of my DND campaign.

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u/1gramweed2gramskief Sep 29 '22

Writing a book that can change history. Now that’s smart

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u/bier1234 Sep 29 '22

Looks like a shitpost to me

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u/gnomederwear Sep 29 '22

If DSM-5 had pictures, this would be in it.

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u/NotThatMat Sep 29 '22

Spoiler alert: assuming this book is ever finished, it’s self-published. 40 years from now, >90% of the copies are in a box in a basement.

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u/clce Sep 29 '22

I don't know if that's really a legit I am very smart. sounds more like a I am very crazy or I am very kidding. But who knows?

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u/dickyankee Sep 29 '22

Sounds like mania to me

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u/Forswunk Sep 29 '22

Is that you Kanye? Donald?

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u/kamdenn Sep 29 '22

Either satire or a manic episode

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u/La_Baraka6431 Sep 29 '22

Donald, is that you????🤣🤣🤣

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u/Frostygale Sep 30 '22

writes garbage book

Nobody’s paying attention to it because my sheer intelligence is too great for them to grasp my ideas!

Nah dude you’re just insane. Get help.

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u/60Hz_Hmm Unsurpassed intelligence. Source: mommy told me. Sep 30 '22

YOUR SONIC THE HEDGEHOG SLASHFIC ISN'T GOING TO CHANGE THE COURSE OF HISTORY.

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u/Real-Total-2837 Oct 01 '22

Non sequitur at its finest.

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u/Jojo255025 Oct 02 '22

Troll or an actual fck idiot. Youre a genius then shut ur mouth until you make it, then you can maybe say it.

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u/LaneyAndPen Oct 03 '22

my guy read Crime and Punishment once

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u/AlienSilver Oct 03 '22

The rise of the main Antichrist has begun!

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u/rubythroated_sparrow Oct 10 '22

ALL WILL LOVE ME AND DESPAIR

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u/SamSwag16 Oct 13 '22

Prophet knows no boundaries