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Should I lie to become popular?
I notice that rich and famous people get popular by saying comforting things. Should i follow in suit?
- Anonymous1 month ago
Rich and famous people don't get popular by saying comforting things. That's the most wacked out assertion I've seen today. Becoming popular is cutthroat. After becoming popular, to stay popular, people front, people put on airs that it wasn't, that it was the easiest most natural thing in the world, and that it was all rainbows and unicorns, but it wasn't and still isn't. They'll still cut a b|tch.Source(s): Popularity is power. Power isn't acquired ever through niceness. It's acquired from ripping it from others' hands, even often from others' cold, dead hands. Making it seem easy, like one is naturally charmed, that's something for the the Great Unwashed, the ignorant lemmings who want to believe it and so who fall in line and underpin that popularity they've fought tooth and nail to get and to keep.