but then James Sinka told me "you're less socially awkward when you're edgy" and tbh I did ask some good edgy questions to a biology person DAO.
I mean, DON'T OVERDO IT. I should have SOME SENSE by now
life is already HARD ENOUGH as is, I don't need to make it harder. I don't need the edginess component, unless the storytelling is great, and I'm not the best writer most of the time
Edginess is a form of novelty that is no longer necessary
it is also a form of stress-testing ahead of time
But I don't need it. I have other priorities (health, energy levels, BEING TRUSTED ENOUGH for social access) that are WAY WAY more important, and to degree edginess decreases my social access, I don't need it. I've lived enough to see enough of its novelty-generation
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