Words that will never be the same again and can never be used unironically
>Learning to skim is pretty useful in university.
If you major in illiteracy maybe
>Does he really think that is reading?
I think he thinks most people will think he think he is reading and so can they.
Tai Lopez tutorial: Read 5 books at the same time
>be a fucking pleb who only reads a handful of books a year if that
>read summaries and descriptions of books on Wikipedia and
>according to Tai, I'm basically on the level of professors
It is pretty weird the gap between written language and spoken language. Like there are words I see people write all the time (mindset, brooding) but no one ever says
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Irony, exaggeration, and insincerity are just part of how people communicate. You have to be able to see it and then compensate.
We could communicate exclusively in smoke signals and we'd still be a bunch of sarcastic pricks.
Have you seen his buying essays videos. The guy takes a whole shelf from the library. He don't care about specific books because he wanna make people think knowledge is a bunch of one liners.