Quote of the Day 2008-8-14

One of my favorite catchphrases ever:

油断せずに行こう
(Don’t let your guard down)

And a bonus motivational quote:

お前の覚悟はそんなものか
(Is your conviction only this much?)

-Tezuka Kunimitsu

Quote of the Day 2008-8-7

During the first period of a man’s life the greatest danger is: not to take the risk. When once the risk has really been taken, then the greatest danger is to risk too much.

-Soren Kierkegaard

Quote of the Day 2008-8-5

The Greatest Happiness is to scatter your enemy and drive him before you. To see his cities reduced to ashes. To see those who love him shrouded and in tears. And to gather to your bosom his wives and daughters.

-Genghis Khan

Facebook Douchebag Test

I really liked the Gym Douchebag test that I had in my last post, so today I will tell you how to identify a Facebook ‘bag. I’ve become very angry about the pollution on my news feed page.

If you have to tell people what you’re doing on Facebook, chances are nobody cares about you enough in real life to ask you. I was just too nice to ignore your friend request for the fourth time, but now I wish I could unfriend you.

With that, here are your quick steps to identifying a douche:

-status is updated more than three times per week
-changes their status to a complaint or non-problem
-bonus points for being tired, sore, busy, or hurt
-a guy comments on every girl’s hot pictures (I freaking hate this guy because he has ruined drunken slutty pictures for us all)
-has more than five favorites – twenty interests just means you have zero interests
-tries to make themselves seem cool with douche events like trips to Europe, extreme sports, or proclamations that they have fun (rule of thumb: if nobody wants to hear about it in real life, nobody wants to read about it on Facebook)
-Americans who write crap in a foreign language, especially a romanized version of it
-uses “woot”