“being grown up isn’t half as fun as growing”.. is a line from one of my most favorite songs during my last days in high school. Back then it was nothing more than just a catchy lyrics for me. Little did I know that it applies to allot of people that I would encounter in life. It made me understand better why people act the way they do. And sometimes I even feel sorry for them.
If you come to think about it, it's safe to say that this circumstance has dogged man throughout history. Take for example the classic story of Peter Pan. A dude who’s bestfriend is a f***ing pixie. Poor Peter with no girls around on Neverland (except for Tinkerbelle perhaps), him along with the “Lost Boys” resort to playing with their balls (Toodle’s marbles?) and annoying the f*ck out of Captain Hook who’s minding his goddamn business. So Peter ends up trying to attract Wendy’s attention by dancing around in his green leotards. Nice try Peter, who would want to live on a tree? You delusional f*ck.
Lucky for us though, we have a choice not to live on Neverland. We can choose to face life like a normal person, and grow up. But still some people would rather be stuck on fairy tale world, where in their mothers still give them a glass of milk before bedtime. Now I think I can see why gay pedophiles like Michael Jackson are attracted to the thought of Neverland so much. Because it gives them an excuse to do stupid things, it gives them an excuse not to grow up. Children are entitled to do stupid things. But if you’re pass 18 and still act like an 8 year old, then you probably have more in common with Michael Jackson than you think.
And you should so be singing “I'm starting with the man in the mirror, I'm asking him to change his ways. And no message could have been any clearer if you wanna make the world a better place” to yourself instead.
and this is probably how your dream dates look like too, easily amused.
So please do the world a favor. Take-off those green leotards.