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All I ask are moments of peace where I can stop and be in the moment.
All I ask is to be grateful for the things I have.
All I ask is for motivational images that don’t actually connect to the motivation.
All I ask is to be trusted and worthy of trust.
All I ask is to have the courage to try new things, and to be immediately better at them than everyone else.
All I ask is to be liked by people I can’t stand.
All I ask is the ability to orgasm at will.
All I ask is that my friends be less successful than me.
All I ask is to remain at my physical peak with little effort on my part.
All I ask is that “little effort” mean “no effort.”
All I ask is that the things I purchase never break or get worn out.
All I ask is that for one month a year (October? May?) the schools be devoted to teaching good things about me.
All I ask is that, when I have a conflict with someone, they acknowledge that it’s them, not me.
All I ask is for a state to be named after me.
All I ask is that it not be North Dakota or Florida.
All I ask is that the world’s population be reduced by 4 billion without anyone suffering.
All I ask is for a God who has the exact same opinions I do.
All I ask is to be able to make things explode with my mind.
And, really… is that so much?
About The Byronic Man
Recently voted “The Best Humor Blog in America That I, Personally, Write,” The Byronic Man is sometimes fiction, sometimes autobiography. And sometimes cultural criticism. Oh, and occasionally reviews. Okay, it’s all those different things, but always humorous. Except on the occasions that it’s not. Ah, geez. Look, it’s a lot of things, okay? You might like it, is the point.
What he said. Like that.
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