What Attracts People to Parties?

So, today’s topic is discussing why people really need to party. It isn’t compulsory. We usually end up having a hangover, and it sure as hell isn’t to relax because you always dance loads or fuck (or be fucked) and this ends in you being tired so why do people enjoy it? (Of course I am referring to the parties of about 15-25 year olds, not adult or elderly parties)

Well first of all the atmosphere is generally seen as being nice. Everyone is acting like a prick, not giving a damn what anyone thinks  (unintentional rhyme) and overall everyone seems happy. Even though in reality everyone is merely pushing the weight of there life, and problems to one side until the next day.

There is also the idea of a ‘no rules’ place. You can (and probably will) break stuff. You can swear, shout, dance, fuck, get drunk, and do almost anything that you want, without much worry, and everything I just mentioned happens at almost every party as well, so it is like guaranteed freedom whenever you go there.

The final good side to parties is the social side of it. For a lonely low-life like myself, a party is a big deal. I never get invited to parties, and I really wish I could go to one. For me it would be a great opportunity to meet people, and, as I said, push all of my problems to one side just for a few hours. However, would I live a life always going to parties? No! Is what I have explained in this article really enough to draw people to a lifestyle of partying? I don’t see why. If you regularly attend parties, let me know why in the comments, and what draws you to the party.

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The Life Poster


Could You Ever Be A Cannibal? (And A Brief Talk About Animal Rights)

So I never said explicitly that children shouldn’t read my posts… but they just shouldn’t. Any of them, Especially this one though.

I heard a story a long time ago on The Late Night Show with Nick Margerrison on Kerrang! Radio. It was a tale of a man who was making an expedition in the Arctic I think. Anyway, as he was flying over this area, with no civilisation for miles and miles in either direction, the plane crashed. With him and very few survivors left in the wreckage, these people needed to survive, by any means.

They had no way of knowing in what direction the nearest inhabited building was, and all means of communication with someone had been destroyed, so they needed to wait for a rescue team to be sent out, which wouldn’t arrive for a couple of days.

As time progressed, there food supplies ran out, and they were forced to do the only thing possible to survive. Eat the deceased victims of the crash. They didn’t want to, but to survive, they had to. They managed to cook the meat somehow, so as to not poison themselves. As a result of this, however, they survived.

For those wondering, my post about this was of course influenced by the last few weeks disturbing The Walking Dead storyline, but I was wondering, would you do it? Would you resort to this extreme measures if your life was at steak?

I would, if it was cooked properly of course. I wouldn’t want to, but when it comes down to it, what is the difference between that and eating an animal? Both were alive and both feel pain, so how is this any different? As Morrisey says, Meat is Murder. Animals feels pain like we do. They live and breathe our own air. They feel, so why should we take there lives? If you want to see what really happens to these animals, search up slaughterhouse videos on the internet, I dare you.

Anyway, tell me, would you resort to cannibalism to stay alive? Thanks for reading, and remember to comment, like, and follow!

The Life Poster

Humans Living on Mars

So whilst I was browsing the internet earlier, I came across something I was actually really shocked to hear about. In 9 years, only 9, a colony of humans will begin to live on Mars. That’s right. Some people have already signed up to participate in the necessary training for this. A group of 4 people will go each year, and slowly the colony will expand, and more and more people will start to live there. However, there is a catch to this. You can NEVER return. Apparently your body changing from the atmosphere on Mars to the atmosphere on Earth again would be deadly or something. It suprises me that so many people were eager to sign up for this. Either they didn’t read the conditions properly or they actually never want to return to Earth. I know life treats some people harshly, but the idea of never seeing a forest again, never seeing animals again, and mostly, never seeing your FAMILY again. I couldn’t do that. I have a life here that I have been living for a while now. I couldn’t just throw it all away.

I was also shocked by this since, honestly, I didn’t think that this would begin to happen for decades, but apparently it is already time for human life to expand outside of our home planet. It feels like I have suddenly zoomed hundreds of years into the future. How is all of this already happening? I feel like I am in a Science-Fiction movie.

Whilst thinking about this, my mind wandered to the future, and how, maybe, by the time I am 60 or 70, travelling to Mars and other planets will just be like hopping on a plane to another Country, and maybe going to Earth will sort of be like returning home. Maybe we will have the Mars News, and TV channels on Mars, and all of these weird things that I thought were so much further away then they actually are.

Of course, all of this Mars expedition thing is still a way away, 9 years is a long time, things could get in the way and delay it, or it may be cancelled, but would if it isn’t? What if mankind actually begins to live on Mars and slowly more and more people start to live there. What’s next? Will we make contact with extraterrestrials? Will we expand across the stars? What is in our future? We will never know.

A question I would like to now ask YOU as the reader of this article is: If you could go right now and live on Mars, but you could never come back, would you do it? If yes, why? If no, then what would it take to persuade you to go? Let me know in the comments. Personally, I wouldn’t go unless I lost the things that mean the most to me, and even then, I would only go if the place I lived in was familiar, and felt a bit like Earth. I couldn’t just give up, not just my life but my PLANET. I would die on Mars. That isn’t where I want to die. I want to die on Earth, in England, where I was born.

Thank you all for reading,

The Life Poster