I’m not a condescending, arrogant know-it-all. I’m just thinking about things that you wouldn’t understand.
Patronising, denigrating and conceited people. These are the imbeciles you come across who consider themselves as being the Greek Gods of modern society. In their minds they are of superior quality, deeming they possess profound erudition to everyone else. They parade about being obstructive knowledge beacons who disperse useless information and label themselves ‘Aryan’, believing the fact they possess superior, racial advances that we are not credited with. How long will it be until we are not obliged to hear what ‘the best way to tie our shoes are’ or that ‘the most common invention of the 19th century was the washing machine’? I do not require this useless material. The trouble is, that with these people, coming out as triumphant is not a possibility. The idea of winning against these haughty individuals is a mere desire, one that many will fantasize about. The big-headed must continually be right and acquiesce will never be shown. Constantly I find myself in worthless confrontation and dispute just because they crave a chance to prove a being incorrect. Why can’t they learn how to keep their mouths shut when they don’t know? For some bizarre reason these people seem to experience deep, intense pleasure when ‘correcting’ another person; even when they’re wrong. How many endorphins must they release each time they correct us to convey such feelings of elation? Why do they feel it a necessity to modify the entirety of the words that come out of our mouths? People who think they know everything are just an annoyance to those of us who do. Ironically, this is, in the majority of circumstances, true. On countless occasions I have been erroneously corrected by a pathetic know-it-all who believes they possess greater knowledge on one of my specialist subjects. There is nothing more infuriating in life. These disdainful, deriding douchebags not only...
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