A Preview of Something NewPeople annoy me. They’re done so ever since I can remember. Even my own parents grated on my nerves from time to time with their constant bickering about money, food, work, sex, you name it – one of them wouldn’t be happy about something and the other would either listen to an earful of it or offer an eloquently worded rebuttal.A Preview of Something New by SuirenShinju
I’m being sarcastic of course.
Lessons at the school house provided me with some escape from the usual arguments that had some merit, but exposed me to a world of true human stupidity: girls who babbled on about their appearances and who they fancied, and boys who had such thought provoking conversations as which bug was the grossest and whose genitals were the most impressive. I learned the most irrelevant things at school, and quickly came to the conclusion this was not a society I wanted to be a part of.
At age 13, I left my hometown with my meager belongings to live as a hermit in the depths of the forest. I had what knowledge was ne