[Your Mistake Is That You've Concluded Life Is Short, So You Treat It As If It's Precious, Like A Pretty Little Princess. Bullshit! Everyone's Life Is Short. Quit Feeling Sorry For Yourself. Fuck It. Treat It Like A Cheap Hooker. Ask Crazy Shit From It, And You'll Get More Out Of Life Than You Could Have Ever Wanted, Imagined, Or Deserved.]

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