When I was in my twenties, I was such
a fuckin slacker, I didn’t want to do or
just hang out, relax
that’s the life for the young
wanting to feel good, no time for work
that shit, was fucking boring
and it was such a relief to be away from that shit
being a slacker was something I wanted to be in high school, I skipped whenever I could
but i didn’t have the money to do it, after school
it takes money to be a real slacker,
to hang out and let the world past by
thinking thinking thinking
reflecting reflecting reflecting
watching watching watching
young, cool, hip
no responsibility, no problems
I wanted that, but couldn’t really get that
I guess we get what we want, so i got a job
in a book warehouse and hung out in the evenings
and on weekends,
I looked forward to being a slacker though.
more than anything in the world.
Now i wonder why that is so frowned upon?
oh, i know, if everyone didn’t do anything, nothing
would get done. I understand this. I need to be serviced and have a lot of things done.
yet, the eight to five lifestyle doesn't seem sufficient
you can call people during regular work hours, and not get anyone on the phone. But damn it seems like no one ever wants to pick up. Secretaries, family and friends. Then you gotta go back to that thing you do
and that’s the problem. Everyone doing the same thing that the same time.
Now, in my late thirties I can’t even imagine being a slacker.
seems kinda boring to me. People change.
hanging out watching people is so boring now
I know what the they are thinking, now
I have a Facebook account, ya know