Imagine your brain as that roomie who never cleans up but insists they’re doing an “important work”. Yes, it’s the ultimate couch potato, slurping up 20% of your body’s energy. It is the puppet master making the decisions. (Like that impulsive friend who convinces you to do wild stuff.) The brain seems to protect itself by making the body provide food, shelter and clothing.
On the flip side, some argue the brain is the benevolent host, trapped in your skull, trying to manage your body’s chaos. It’s the conductor ensuring your heart thumps, your lungs breathe, and your stomach digests, all while you’re watching the latest uploads on Muse Asia.
Honestly, I’m leaning toward the brain being the freeloader here. Why? Ever seen people’s utterly brainless acts? It’s like their brains took a permanent retirement. Sure, our brains create marvels like skyscrapers and soul-stirring symphonies, but I have seen people coming up with the most absurd lies. It’s truly bewildering to witness such unquestionably foolish behavior from individuals who assert they’ve weathered a traumatic pandemic. You see, the brain’s got this superpower to whip up brilliant ideas and handle tasks like a pro, but then there are those folks who seem to have missed the brain train altogether.
At most social gathering, there is that one person who’s like a human snide remark generator. Now, don’t get me wrong, life is already complicated enough. We should all strive for a life of simplicity, humour and fun, right? But here is the kicker: We shouldn’t bulldoze over someone else’s happiness just because we want to be considered fun to hang around.
It’s time to get those mental fences up. Let us keep ourselves in check and let others enjoy their well-being without us crashing their party like an uninvited circus clown. 🤡🚫
I find delight in food, especially ice cream, But sudden brain freezes make me want to scream.📷@a_tiny_prick
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