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Cycle of life

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by davidp1984, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. I have just figured out the cycle of life through my observations in real life situations and also from here in netrider.

    0-24 years: You try not to make mistakes in life which in turn makes you try and please everyone. This could be a result of being a young child being scolded by your parent for not doing what they deem to be the right thing.

    25-49 years: At this stage you probably have a kid so you don't give a f*ck about anyone or anything else apart from them. This makes you seem self centred and emotionless.

    50-74 years: Now you have a grandchild and a renewed sense of love for the world and it's people. You try and please everyone so that your grandchild grows up in a happy and non confronting environment.

    75-99 years: You are so happy that you have now retired and there are no more young children in your life that you feel compelled to relive your youth. No one is going to tell you what to do.

    100+ years: You are so happy that you are still alive and kicking that you try to live out your last days pleasing people so that they remember you as a good person rather then the prick you have been for half of your life.

    Alternatively some people are just born w*nkers.