10
Mar
10

frak to the future

Say, kids, weren’t those some great commercials? We sure have a lot of fun here on Quincy’s Qartoon Qubhouse, don’t we? Of course we do. But now it’s time to talk about something really important, so pay extra close attention. I want to talk to you kids about following your dreams. There are lots of different kinds of dreams: for example, when you’re older, you’ll probably have a lot of dreams about being back in school and running late for your final exam, then finally arriving at the classroom only to realize you can’t remember any of the answers. These dreams will cause you great anxiety that will undermine your entire sense of self during your waking hours, but these aren’t the kind of dreams I’m talking about. I’m talking about your dreams for your future. There are some of you who want to be athletes, singers, actors, even childrens’ show hosts, and it’s important to remember to keep trying, and never give up on your dreams.

No matter what your dream is, you’re going to have to practice, practice, practice. The only way to make your dreams come true is through constant repetition, away from the cheers of the crowd, until you get it perfect. Don’t be afraid to hold yourself to a high standard by becoming your own toughest critic. If you’re gonna make your dreams come true, sometimes you’re gonna have to look at yourself in the mirror and tell yourself repeatedly what a failure you are. That way, you’ll still be motivated long after all those hours of practice have wrung the last drops of joy out of your dream.

Once you do achieve your dream, don’t rest on your laurels. You may think that once you’ve made it to the top, you can maybe see that Star Wars movie everyone’s been talking about, or finally find out what birthday cake tastes like, but that’s when the real work is just beginning. Just think of all the sacrifices you made to make your dream come true. None of that would be possible if you weren’t constantly honing your competitive edge. When you think of all the rewards that will come with your continued success, kissing a girl for the first time doesn’t seem all that important, does it?  

And no matter what, there will be people in your way who doubt you. Keep a list of the people who didn’t believe in you, then spend the rest of your life crushing these haters. They deserve it for not appreciating your awesome dream.

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1 Response to “frak to the future”


  1. May 18, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    sounds like michael jordan speaking.


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