Back in the day… I used to live outside in the trees and wake up in this comfy pile of pillows every morning,to the sounds of the birds and rustling leaves in the wind.
Yet you had enough money for an iPhone? Ooook haha
Outside, as in my backyard, where I moved my bedroom. Where there was trees, and nature, therefore, outside. Just because I decided to spent my time outdoors, doesn’t mean I couldn’t afford an iphone either, oh my gosh.
Golly man don’t you know living outdoors means you sign the secret contract that you don’t pander to, like, the man and those corporate/capitalist hogs shilling out technology that allows you to connect with humanity while you connect with nature? Get with the times, dude, you can’t have convenience and money and still be at one with the earth mother! That’s just like, crazy, dude. You’re not really in the world unless you’re surviving on fifty-cent cup ramens and stale chimichangas supplemented by raw berries and suspicious-looking possibly poisonous flora while strumming your guitar to the tune of ‘I want to Buy The World A Coke’ but really it’s the earth-child manifesto and it totally isn’t about money-worship but togetherness man and you can’t havethat if you have a freakin’ iPhone that lets you like, talk to people.
this week on butchered transcendentalism
this got so much better
reblogging to change the source, tis be me!
reminds me of the scene from bambi where he walks for the first time and is all wobbly