PROVEN: Just because you’re unique doesn’t mean you’re useful

A recent study has proven that being unique has no benefit to anyone.

The study by the University of FackAll proved conclusively that being unique doesn’t mean that you’re useful.

Prof. Brian CleverClogs who ran the study said:

“People go around thinking that they’re God’s gift to the world. The truth of the matter is, most of us are dispensable. Being unique means Jack Shit. It’s of no use to anyone so if anyone approaches you and tells you that they’re special, either punch them in the face or refer them to my study. If someone comes up to you and says that they work really hard, remind them that washing machines do too. Being unique is of no benefit to anyone.”

Lloyd Gunt who took part in the study said:

“I always thought that I was very special but I realise now that I’m not. I think I’ll spend the rest of my life in my bedroom, away from people.”

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3 thoughts on “PROVEN: Just because you’re unique doesn’t mean you’re useful

  1. Vladius says:

    Ohhh, fuck you!!!!!! Not proven at ALL!!!!!!!! IN REALITY IT IS ACTUALLY FUCKIBG BACKWARDS!!!!!!!!!! You are so fucking retarded!!!!!!!! I AM unique!!! I AM A GOD!!! So as you!!! So what? We are not material objects or slaves to be useful for someone, so fuck off!!!!!! Being useful IS AN INSULT AND SHOULD BE FUCKING TREATED ACCORDINGLY!!!!!!!!! ONLY MEANS YOU ARE SOMEONE’S SLAVE, BEING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF!!!!!!!!!! AND NOTHING FUCKING MORE!!!!!!!!!!

    Sooooo fucking low level this is!!!!!!! We are here for creating our own unique stuff!!!!!!!!! For projecting and expressing ourselves FUCKING TOTALLY AND ABSOLUTELY!!!!!!!!!! Not for this schizophrenic slave BULLSHITTERRY you all been taught in your slave “school”!!!!!!!!!! We ARE DIFFERENT BEINGS (GODS) FROM DIFFERENT WORLDS WITH TOTALLY AND ABSOLUTELY DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE REALITIES

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