The real struggle
“I wish I was a genius”, is probably the worst wish you could ever ask for. Asking to be a genius is like digging your own grave. The statement “Geniuses live the easy life” is most likely the biggest lie and misconception in this world. Geniuses tend to struggle with some of the more ordinary mortal tasks. Yes, these are the things that most of us take for granted, but which cause geniuses an endless amount of misery and torment. And just in case you’re not a genius and wonder just exactly how their weird brains really work, consider this a glimpse into the twisted inner life of the genius and marvel at these simple everyday things that geniuses struggle with. Sure, lots of people struggle with school. After all, it’s hard to concentrate when your hormones are directing Christian Bale movies in your head or if you’re just, you know, dumb. But school seems like it was made for geniuses, right? Well, oddly enough, many geniuses flat out suck when it comes to the scholastic life – Einstein famously flunked out and we all know at least one super smart dude whose grades strangely resembled an ape. This may seem strange, but consider for a moment how boring school must be for these people. I mean, think how boring it was for you and then imagine that you knew more than all your teachers and had to sit there all day listening to them drone on about something you understood when you were four years-old, like how to not eat Play-Doh or how to not piss yourself. That sounds kind of like a nightmare, right? Well, that’s kind of what school is like for geniuses. We naturally live our lives by a commonly accepted set of rules. They’re not even things we think about. We just follow them because, well, that’s just the way it is and it’s easier that way. But if you’ve ever met a genius then you know that they think about everything and that means that they inevitably question a lot of the things most people take for granted. The result is that it’s hard...
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