On a real note tho, I'm really upset that I'm not intelligent enough to interpret allegory and latent symbolism and it keeps me up at night
@VibratingButtChomper, like a bandit, hovering quietly to deprive you of sleep?
@VibratingButtChomper, just consume more media, and watch reviews. I'd recommend Joseph Anderson, hbomerguy, Noah Caldwell gervais, and the nostalgia critic. You won't stop seeing symbolism
@VibratingButtChomper,The fact that you can recognize that means you're smart enough to recognize symbolism. Check out Alan Watts.
@ThatsMajestic, I first heard Alan Watts' "The Dream of Life" while high af on some dank kush in the song "Dreams" by n u a g e s. I'd say it's the first time I became interested in using drugs to obtain different perspectives on my life long passion of philosophy. Lately I've been listening to his stuff a lot while on LSD and now look at me, I'm a Jim Carrey acolyte.
@Captain Anderson, ey dude I thought I was niché af watching Hbomb and Joseph Anderson. You guys are blowing my mind with the recent coincidence stuff.
@Jim Carrey Acolyte, a very powerful tool indeed to remind us what we already have yet to know.
@ThatsMajestic, it may be a bias but I feel very appreciative of your insight, thank you.
@VibratingButtChomper, have you tried drinking till you pass out? Works for me.
Flick 4 union leader!
@WelI Obviously, oh shít man thank you how did I miss that
@jdopps13, I hereby rename myself Joflick Stalin
You just realized that? No wonder the aristocrats get away with it
It's also a bug version of Three Amigos
They are also bugs
I'd always thought it was a metaphor for the American Revolution.
@ArchonErikr, it's an allegory for our existence right here and now.
I thought it was more like a tributary state overthrowing their overlords.