A socialist snowflake struggling with reality was sorted by social media users after a rant on the “meaning of life.”
“By golly we have one waking up!”
Cast out into the wilderness of modern society after years of indoctrination, a generation of developmentally stunted citizens continued to grace the rest of the world with documentation of the burden of existence. In one video making the rounds Sunday, that was quite literally the case when a woman permanently marked with a considerable amount of take-home pay puzzled over having to “…work until we have to die just for the privilege of being alive.”
Highlighted by the parody account Dr. Jebra Faushay with the caption, “The circle of life can be summed up like this: you’re born, you work, pay taxes and then die. Following generations repeat the process. This girl gets it,” the pierced and tattooed narrator pondered at existence enveloped in luxuries past civilizations hadn’t even imagined.
The circle of life can be summed up like this: you’re born, you work, pay taxes and then die.
Following generations repeat the process. This girl gets it. pic.twitter.com/ReKTY65ofy
— Dr. Jebra Faushay (@JebraFaushay) November 12, 2023
“Like we never asked to be born. Now we’re obligated to do labor until we die. Huh?” she continued wondering. “We have to work somewhere just to afford a house that we’re never at because we’re working to afford the house. Huh?”
“Is the meaning of life to work and pay taxes and then die? On top of that, we also have to work to afford our vehicle to get to work and other places and afford gas just to get to work…and we also have to pay taxes for our roads to drive on to get to work,” she added. “With the ‘privilege’ of food, which we should just be able to have, we pretty much just work and die.”
“Let’s not forget about life insurance just in case we almost die,” the rant went on. “And then we have to work for our children to go to school, to learn how to work…so our children know how to work for their children so that their children can go to school and go to work.”
“Like somebody tell me that this is fair. Like, is it lazy to just wanna enjoy life? Like why do — why do we have to work? Why? I’m stressed,” came the conclusion, prompting a considerable range of responses that included laughter and the message, “welcome to life cupcake.”
welcome to life cupcake
— Terry Santa Maria (@TerrySantaMari4) November 13, 2023
Others couldn’t get past the visual cues that suggested a history of money mismanagement from the body modifications that included large gauges in her ears to eyelid tattoos, and the tie-dye carpeted ceiling of the car where she filmed the video.
Quit wasting your money on face tat’s, piercings and car roof carpet.
You will be surprised how much you can save.
— Tom H (@tstorm05) November 12, 2023
Somebody worked hard enough to afford those tats. Huh?
— jlenoraw (@jlenoraw) November 12, 2023
Her face looks like the desks I sat in during detention back in middle school.
— SlackJawedYokel (@YokelJawed) November 13, 2023
Looks like shes spending her money wisely on all that custom car interior, tattoos and piercings. So much “work” involved in that.
— Sabizzle foshizzie (@SuGaR_end_sPiCe) November 13, 2023
Tattooing your face definitely limits your opportunities of work before you die.
— Mayhem (@deadbugs) November 13, 2023
Still, while more people chimed in on her points about it being lazy to “just want to enjoy life,” others tried to clue her in to cross the finish line in understanding the bigger picture beyond materiality.
I prefer the “working” thing as opposed to the “hunting/gathering” thing that generations did for food “that we should just have,” before us. #nosuchthingasafreelunch
— Lana Greene on the Radio (@greene_radio) November 13, 2023
To simply be alive means you need to work. Life is wayyyyy simpler and safer now than it was 150 years ago. Just to live now it requires you to know way less and to do less work. No purifying your own water, gathering your own wood for heat, or raising your own animals and crops…
— Lt. Slav (@Rubiconslav) November 13, 2023
I felt like this in my early 20s. Transitioning into being an adult was tough largely cause my parents made childhood too easy. My guess is she is the same. But I kept working, met my wife, had kids, and my life was full of meaning by 30
— Dominic (@Dominic26906267) November 13, 2023
By golly we have one waking up!
— Nature Lover (@NameGotRejected) November 13, 2023
No the meaning of life has zero to do with the WORLD and everything to do with finding God the Father and by doing so finding yourself.
— Mad Mad World (@MadMadWorld01) November 12, 2023
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