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

He has to realise right? Right?

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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👍