Sometimes there’s a man — I won’t say a hero, because what’s a hero? But sometimes there’s a man, and I’m talking about Morishowta here. Sometimes there’s a man, well, he’s the man for his time and place. He fits right in there. And that’s Morishowta in Japan. And even if he’s a strange man — and Morishowta was most certainly that. Quite possibly the strangest in Japan, which would place him high in the running for strangest worldwide. But sometimes there’s a man. Sometimes there’s a man…
Aw. I lost my train of thought here. But — aw, hell. I’ve done introduced him enough.
I’m not sure what I was expecting. The video was clearly marked “commercial from Japan.” They’re lovely people in general, but they’re wired tighter than a banjo string. But wonder Core commercials take the tentacle cake, I tell you what. I’ve been to 3 World’s Fairs and goat rodeo and I ain’t ever seen anything like that. But admit it. If it was 3 AM and you were home alone and drunk, you’d buy one on the home shopping network.
I like this guy, he really seems like he knows what he’s talking about. I doubt he does know what he’s talking about. Few people do. But if you’re going to be wrong, be wrong at the top of your voice. Having confidence is like having good manners. If you don’t have good manners, pretend that you do. It ends up being the same thing. Fake confidence works about the same as real confidence, too.
In any case, his message rings true: nivagivup! It’s important to remember that no matter how bad things seem, they could always be worse. You could, for instance, be waist deep in frigid water yelling encouragement to no one in particular.
Hello ladies, I know you’re out there. No need to hide. I’ve seen you lurking on the blog, and I appreciate it. Even though it’s called the Borderline Sociopathic Blog For Boys, I like to think that we can entertain anyone. Some of my readers aren’t Sociopatic Boys, they’re just Sociopathic, and that’s alright in my books.