Just received this message on Facebook from Dystopian91. His life satisfaction is at an all time high he feels the need to spaz out online at about 4 in the morning.
Don't you just pity the underclass?
Middle class ponce. I bet you don't run your mouth with your bigoted, elitist **** offline do you? Come into any pub or estate in England (if you're old enough you little turd) and you'll get your teeth punched down your throat. Must be a hard life being born with a silver spoon and your head lodged in your ********. Go play in traffic you little ****, and quit talking down to people. If not carry on and get your face rearranged. Floppy haired, middleclass *******.
The best part of you dripped from your mums piss flaps. Your dad just have just blasted it over your mums ****** repugnant face and saved us all the torture of yet another smug, spotty faced, middleclass **** like you. DIE *******, DIE.
Frankly speaking, being poor SUCKS. I really don't know why and how the OP's mindset came about but lacking financial power is just a pain in the ass.
To me it sounds like the OP is lazy. People who are rich (unless they were born into it) have usually worked very hard to get somewhere and have huge ambition. These people can still enjoy the simpler things in life.
Well I think being 'rich' is great. Being able to just buy whatever you want, go wherever you want and do whatever you want without money being any kind of issue or deciding factor is great. I feel really bad for people who say stuff like "I want to do ___ or buy ___ but I can't afford it" or "I need to get a job to..." - I've never been in that position personally but I bet it must suck.
I guess it depends on you personally, I know I'd hate to be poor, but maybe if you are born poor then it is easier to deal with. I can't imagine what it'd be like if I had to worry about stuff like bills or mortgages or loans etc. Surely less worries can only be a good thing!
OP - What I am wondering is what motives you have to post on here. I fully respect your ideas, and though I think you won't be able to maintain them for long (I know many doctors who went into medicine to "save and care for people" until they discovered private practice!), I think you are making valuable arguments.
However, I am not sure what you are trying to achieve. You knew you were going to get the types of answers that you got. Was it just provocation so that you could vent your anger at the more materialistic of us in society? Or is it just so you can convince yourself that you are making the right choice?
See - I would love to help people. But I think that most people who need help bring their problems onto themselves. I am fed up paying taxes to help people who can't be bothered to go to work, who think drinking will miraculously solve their problems etc.
Good. The queues at Harrods are already bad enough as it is.
Isn't it 'waste not, want not'?
Better than a poke in the eye.