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DISAPPOINTMAN: The Curse of Self Awareness

This week I have found myself fall prey to the subject matter of today’s story. Ennui, self awareness and the return of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ have combined to render me quite unable to face reality, so I have instead delved into my own brain to bring you this new adventure starring Self Aware Man, feat. Broadway Boy.

They’re just like Tinchy Stryder and Dappy, minus the superfluous hats.

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One Response to this article

  1. being aware of things can take you away from them. In that split second that you notice, you have become aware – it takes you into a spiralling whirlpool of thought that may be somehow connected but really have nothing to do with the ‘thing’ you were aware of . Before you know it you are worrying about something that could’ve should’ve would’ve and what can and must be. Fixing society with brainwaves and intense wishing sessions.

    so much for self awareness.

    Sometimes, very rarely for me, things go like they did in this comic and that is where the fun is. The ups and downs of everyday life and conversations with pretty girls, that is the spice of life isn’t it ?

    Muzafar 2nd September 2012 at 7:54 pm

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