Luv is in the air – but not for everyone

It’s that time of the year again.

For those of you who have a girlfriend, boyfriend, spouse, dog(s), or cat(s), it’s the best time of the year. You have the pink mist swirling around your eyes and dictating every single move you make.

Little, fat Cupids are shooting heart-shaped arrows at young (and old) people left and right,

And everyone goes about building their nests.

A good holiday.

But for those who are as alone as my pinkie?

Well, things aren’t as bright and lovey-dovey.

And there are more and more people who can’t experience Valentine’s day with a girlfriend or boyfriend but with their hands as their “partners” for the night if you know what I mean.

Statistics show that 53% of young adults between 18 and 24 are virgins.

Now, I’m not saying that we should base their worth around this fact.

They do that enough to themselves.

I’m just an “evil crow” who, instead of being happy for the success of others, sits on a dead branch and caws out the biggest issue that youngsters face nowadays. 

53% is a lot.

According to my broscientific guesstimate, probably around 25-50% of people of my age didn’t even experience their first kiss…

They’re probably like “Fuark Valentine’s Day”.

And rightfully so.

What’s the remedy?

Well, first things first, end your relationship with your hand. Permanently.

Second, put your looks in order, start exercising and eat healthy.

Third, go out in the real world and experience shiet.

Experience your first date. Feel its awkwardness. Embrace the fact that you’re probably going to do a lot of stuff wrong.

Sit up from your crusty computer chair and quit twisting your spine to the point of scoliosis and breathe fresh air, listen to the birds chirping, and watch the trees stand against the onslaught of the wind. Go and talk to people.

Simple as that.

People out there complicate things so much, whether it’s the gym, eating healthy, dating, copywriting, etc.

That’s why they don’t do “Jacob’s excrement.”

Overthinking is the name of the game in many areas of life.

I can boil down both dating, eating healthy, the gym, and copywriting to three simple principles and you’ll be doing infinitely better if you stick to these:

  1. Exercising: Exercise regularly, move your body until you’re tired, and work out even if you don’t feel like it
  2. Diet: Eat whole foods until you have enough energy and building blocks (protein), cut out processed sugars and artificial B.S. (like sweeteners, canola and sunflower oil, E6474, etc.), don’t go around nibbing 20 times between meals – have 1,2, or 3 times where you eat and that’s it.
  3. Dating: Go out there and talk to people, become a person you would like your daughter/son to bring home, and don’t make them the ultimate focus of your life
  4. Copywriting: Get to know your market (research), get to know your client, and get to know the product

Fugkin’ simple.

Mothaphukkas out here complicate everything too damn much.

You might say that “What can you know, you’re just a 21-year-old Hunnic prick who’s brave behind his keyboard and doesn’t have a clue what he’s talking about” – which might be true.

But I haven’t seen anyone suffer from simplifying aspects of seemingly complicated things to a few basic principles.

Quite the opposite.

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