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And because they’re tired of pretending, we keep pretending that it’s all okay. We all do it. We all make excuses; we all feel guilty if we don’t do something right now. We all make excuses for not taking a particular action; we all say we’ll “do it later.” But that “later” never comes.

We all have excuses. And at the end of the day, no matter if it is really easy or really hard, the only thing you can do is accept that you are tired of pretending and move on. Because after all, in the end, we all just got tired of the same excuses.

You might be tired of it, but you are definitely not alone. This is a common response to any situation you find yourself in. We all know the feeling of sitting in a traffic jam and trying to feel like you are doing anything. We all know the feeling of going to the grocery store and just trying to get through the line without being the one person who gets to go home.

I’m sure you’re tired of those feelings, too. For the most part, we are all tired of getting through life without any purpose. At least that’s one of those reasons. Some of us are also tired of feeling trapped in the same ruts, doing the same things over and over again. I’m sure you’re also tired of hearing the same excuses that we all hear from people who just can’t seem to get out of their rut.

As I mentioned earlier, there are two kinds of people in the world. There are those who simply don’t care, and those who are stuck in ruts because they don’t know any better. The former are known as geeks, nerds, or simply loners. The latter are known as coders. In our day and age, the term nerd seems to be synonymous with a high school student or young adult. The term nerd is definitely not as bad as the term geek.

I remember back in elementary school reading a book called “The Nerdist,” where a character named Alex made a video explaining how he was the nerdiest person in his school. He was a terrible student, but for whatever reason he liked to talk about movies and literature.

In our day and age, we are still nerds. I still have a few of those old school books on my shelves. I still read books about movies, TV programs, and video games. And as far as I’m concerned, the term geek is still synonymous with someone who likes to tell you “You’re a geek. I’m a geek. You’re the geek. I’m the geek.

Alex is really the only person I know who says “gee” as a question you would ask instead of “what?” If you were a nerd I don’t think you would be as embarrassed as I am to be called a geek. So I guess I’m just going to have to accept it.

What I would argue is that we have become a society that is obsessed with fake geekyness. Of course, we can’t all be a geeks, but I think we should be more aware of how we are defined by our obsession with geeks. And if nothing else, I think that as geeks we should be more willing to admit we are just like everyone else. In other words, we should be more open about our geekiness.

I think this is also true in our society in general. I think we are so obsessed with fake geekyness that many people are afraid to acknowledge that there is a real geeky aspect to our culture. That we are not the same as everyone else, or that we arent the same as them. It’s so easy to see how this obsession can hurt and even destroy people.