Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Apples are best left as apples

The strength of a relationship is inversely proportional to the number of modifications required to maintain it.

If you want an apple, don't settle for something that looks like an apple; and your dick makes you ignore the difference between the apple and its lookalike. Some people do figure out the truth over time, and then commit a bigger mistake: they assume they can change the lookalike to a genuine apple. I mean, what do they think of themselves? The fact that they like apples is a matter of choice, and they have no authority to try and change a lookalike to an apple.

The price you pay if you settle for something that tastes like an apple, but doesn't look like one, is lesser in my opinion. However, if you want apples, in long term nothing else works but apples :) Trivial, I know... but then the world is full of assholes that fail to see this trivial truth.

What if you don't get an apple? Well, I think your best bet is to have short term plans with multiple proxies, proxies in terms of taste or appearance. Date proxies, sleep with proxies, love proxies, but don't marry them. The problem of a long-term plan with proxies is that with time, your dick will lose its power to make you blind and you shall ultimately figure out the truth: it was a proxy and not an apple. And then, you would waste more time trying to figure out the possible modifications to convert it to an apple; the point is there are no possible steps. Apples remain apples.

12 comments:

  1. Very very intellectual i must say :P
    Brilliant thoughts and MUST for each one to understand and implement!!

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  2. The apple, indeed, has intrigued the most brilliant of minds over centuries.

    For example, some time back, a brilliant mind had wondered somewhere as to how an apple is attracted. We all know him. He has done quite a few things of repute since, but somehow he's always portrayed with the apple.

    Then again, there came another mind, somewhat less brilliant, with achievements less modest; but the moment he saw the apple, he famously decided that to name a lifetime's worth of everything he had after it.

    I'm sure there have been, are, and shall be, more people like that. These two are the ones that I know of.

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  3. Apples remain apples and so does non-apples so take your pick and make sure u manage 2 stick to it :)

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  4. loved n understood it to the core. I hear u my friend!!!!!!!!!

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  5. there r various types n categories of apples though, n they all taste different too. so wen u talk abt knowing exactly which one to pick, u need to love one specific type the most. and wen u r talkin abt their appearance, 2 exactly same tasting apples might not look identical as well. the ones who love apples I think only cares abt the taste, n not the appearance.

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  6. Hahahahahaha, fantastic post buddy !!!

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  7. And so are men. They make mistakes, they brood, they try to solve, but fail, and finally they blog. My, my, they have all the time in the world!!

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  8. brilliant blog title.

    great post...but i wish real and metaphorical apples were as simple as 'the' forbidden apple. you know...where adam really had only one apple and one eve.

    ah well.

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  9. 精彩的文章是我停留的理由~.........................

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  10. Apples are incredibly hard to find. In my case, by the time I figure out that the fruit really is an Apple, it either turns out to be rotten, or is snatched. I'd rather use my pretty proxies or wait for my Pine-Apple.

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  11. If one has actually known an apple, he will never look for a proxy. Knowing an apple itself gives you the knowledge that proxies do not exist.
    He would much rather settle for an orange or monkey brains for that matter.... But not an apple. Never.

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