"More often than not, I go completely against society."
‘Never Regret What Made You Happy’, is this true about everthing?
Many people say that in these times. That you should not regret or feel bad about something that has made you happy.
But is that applicable to everything that you’ve done or experienced in your life?
Most of the time we have made mistakes that once we thought were okay or as in this topic ‘fun’ and in the end we hurt ourselves or others people. Are we to say that since our mistakes made us happy that we should not regret it? Then why do many of us feel embarrassed about the things we’ve done in the past that we now realize as wrong? Can we force ourselves to believe that what brought us shame is now something to be cherished?
I’m just taking the statement to an extreme since nobody makes an effort to be specific about what not to regret.
Laughed at for choosing what is right…
Hated while telling the truth…
Ignored while trying to help…
If you think you’re just one of the people in the background… Then that’s all you’ll ever be…
Experiencing KFC’s Double Down
Yup. I tried that (point’s up to the image above)!
Many of us have heard about the Double Down and seems that there is a rave over it, honestly I have to say ‘Don’t believe the hype’.
Although you may think that the Double Down is a.) Fast Food Product from Heaven or b.) Fitness’ Worst Night, there really isn’t anything special about it, asides from the ever secret KFC Original Recipe Chicken.
The Double Down is just a literal chicken sandwich. The bread is replaced with the two chicken breast pieces of KFC’s Original Recipe Chicken and the filling is bacon, cheese, and special mayo dressing and that’s it. Over all it’s good to have every once in a while, but it is heavily forgettable as a fast food menu item.
We mostly joke about our problems… But if we just keep on joking about our problems… Then we’re a joke.