Saturday, November 15, 2008

Reality Bites

On reality competition shows, contestants are always trying to prove to the judges and their other contestants how much they want it. There's always lots of discussion where the judge is like "I don't know if you really want to be here," and then the contestant says "I WANT this so bad I want it more than starving children in Africa want a hot meal and affordable AIDS medicine." This is something that isn't paralleled in real life. It's not like when you're at your job, your boss says "I'm not convinced you want to update this Excel spreadsheet enough." No one really cares what you want or how much you want it.

In real life, it's better not be constantly trying to show how much you "want it". Because you'll end up coming off like this:


Anonymous said...

at least he 'wants' it!

Anonymous said...

If I ever get prostitutes enough to feel an investment into a shirt to label myself as a Trick, remind me to kill myself.

He'll get what he wants but he needs to pay up front.