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When Life Gives You Incomprehensible Instructions, Laugh It Off



This is only a test. If this were your real life, you would have been given better instructions and honestly, I couldn't agree more.

I mean, come on! How many times have we been given a set of instructions that are completely incomprehensible? (IKEA LOL) And then, just when we think we've got it all figured out, someone tells us that it was just a test, and we're left feeling like complete idiots. It's like we're being set up to fail.

But seriously, who comes up with these instructions anyway? It's like they're written in some secret code that only the chosen few can decipher and don't even get me started on those automated phone systems. You know the ones I'm talking about. The ones that ask you to press a series of buttons to reach the person you're trying to call. I mean, is it really that hard to just put us through to a real person?

And then there are the warnings. You know, the ones that say, "Do not attempt this at home" or "Professional driver on a closed course." Well, thanks for the warning, Captain Obvious. I wasn't planning on attempting to jump my car over a row of flaming barrels anyway.

But the thing that really gets me is when they say, "If this were your real life, you would have been given better instructions." I mean, seriously? You're telling me that this is just a test, but in the event of an actual emergency, I'm going to be given better instructions?

Why can't you just give me those better instructions now? It's like they're keeping some secret manual locked away in a vault somewhere, and they're only going to give it to us when the world is on the brink of destruction. And even then, they'll probably just give it to the politicians and celebrities and leave the rest of us to fend for ourselves.

But you know what? I'm not going to let this get me down. I'm going to embrace the chaos and make the most of whatever instructions I'm given. Because let's face it, life is too short to worry about things we can't control. And if the end of the world is coming, then I will go down laughing.

So, to all the instruction-givers out there, I say this: bring it on. Give me your worst. Because if this is only a test, then I'm ready for the real thing. And if I fail, at least I'll go down laughing.

Remember to always take life with a grain of salt and a good sense of humor.

Signing off from the Personality Coding Team

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