Note to self: listen less to your friends and more to yourself when it comes to other people. Because: I’m a twat who will do the opposite of what they say I should, which means I don’t really think.
I have these bouts of wanting to swallow a fist full of pills. I should be proud of what I’ve accomplished but my default seems to be disappointed. I don’t want to die (I don’t think) I just want to not feel, remember these inbetween, inactive moments and periods.
*passive aggressive mom dramatically putting away dishes and denying help*
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Lol, you realize this movie and book were designed…like the whole point, was to show how fucking stupid Durden’s ideology was, right?
His revolution is a revolution of lemmings. Of fuck up idiots.
There’s no truth here. Just the hysterical whining of a group of dudes who have been handed everything in their lives and because there’s no victory parade waiting for them at the very end, they go blow up some buildings.
Stop promoting this movie and book as anything but the satirization of an ideology of idiots.
You like the message of Tyler Durden? Go find an MRA message board to hang at, because you’ll find a lot of this kind of thing there.
Fuck out of here with this weak shit.
Go watch a movie like The Raspberry Reich, you losers.
Straight cis-dudes with your fake revolutions. You’re probably wearing khakis right now.
Everyone is allowed their own interpretation, but yeah. Like you said first, it was meant to show how ridiculous Durdens ideology was (and lets not forget that Tyler is a figment of someone’s mind).
Same goes for everyone who has been reblogging that scene from Into The Wild where Alexander Supertramp says he thinks careers are a 20th century invention. He might have stuck to that in the end, who knows, but his conclusion at the end of the day was that happiness only is real when shared. Which more or less went against everything he wanted to believe, so..
Careers are not a 20th century invention, consumerism on the other hand..