STUPIDITY FOR DUMMIES

 
 
 
Stupidity for dummies
STUPIDITY FOR DUMMIES

John wants to know more about stupidity | Lilou tells us about the difference between dormant and actual stupidity | John says “poop”

John: Is stupidity a disease or a choice or something else? Let us figure that out today, honey.

Lilou: This is gonna be interesting.

John: Ok. Uh. I thought you were going to start analyzing stupidity, but fair enough.

Lilou: That was my first thought, actually. And when I’d done it in my head for a while I thought this would be interesting. I guess I should analyze more verbally since this is a blog.

John: Yes, that could be a good idea. I don’t think our average reader has become telepathic yet. Telepathetic some may be, and that has a bit to do with stupidity, hasn’t it? Or is this just becoming stupid? Let us start from the beginning. This is a picture of our cat and he is really stupid. Why are people stupid?

Lilou: Do you mean being stupid or acting stupid. Because stupid people who doesn’t act stupid are actually okay I think.

John: Ok, so we can separate between dormant stupidity and actual stupidity?

Lilou: I’m talking about dumbasses who try to sound smart, if you don’t know anything about a certain subject you should shut up.

John: Ok. So that means that people can be stupid as phuque and still act smart if they shut up, but if they open their mouths they act stupid too, and thereby they become dumbasses.

Lilou: Or they can ask questions about the subject and appear as curious people who wish to learn new things.

John: So stupidity is actually about appearance rather than a trait?

Lilou: I think so, because one cannot know everything, but one can act in different ways.

John: So if Einstein was blaring on about mashed potatoes and he screwed up every time he cooked food, he was stupid, but if Angela Merkel was talking about the color of her poop…

Lilou: …ewww…

John: …that she probably knows much about, she would be smart. Is that correct?

Lilou: Geeez.

 

John wants to know more about stupidity | Lilou tells us about the difference between dormant and actual stupidity | John says “poop”

John: Is stupidity a disease or a choice or something else? Let us figure that out today, honey.

Lilou: This is gonna be interesting.

John: Ok. Uh. I thought you were going to start analyzing stupidity, but fair enough.

Lilou: That was my first thought, actually. And when I’d done it in my head for a while I thought this would be interesting. I guess I should analyze more verbally since this is a blog.

John: Yes, that could be a good idea. I don’t think our average reader has become telepathic yet. Telepathetic some may be, and that has a bit to do with stupidity, hasn’t it? Or is this just becoming stupid? Let us start from the beginning. This is a picture of our cat and he is really stupid. Why are people stupid?

Lilou: Do you mean being stupid or acting stupid. Because stupid people who doesn’t act stupid are actually okay I think.

John: Ok, so we can separate between dormant stupidity and actual stupidity?

Lilou: I’m talking about dumbasses who try to sound smart, if you don’t know anything about a certain subject you should shut up.

John: Ok. So that means that people can be stupid as phuque and still act smart if they shut up, but if they open their mouths they act stupid too, and thereby they become dumbasses.

Lilou: Or they can ask questions about the subject and appear as curious people who wish to learn new things.

John: So stupidity is actually about appearance rather than a trait?

Lilou: I think so, because one cannot know everything, but one can act in different ways.

John: So if Einstein was blaring on about mashed potatoes and he screwed up every time he cooked food, he was stupid, but if Angela Merkel was talking about the color of her poop…

Lilou: …ewww…

John: …that she probably knows much about, she would be smart. Is that correct?

Lilou: Geeez.

 
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