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Ugly Truths about Life

Here is a 26 lines list of ugly truths about life:

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  • We crave things like sex, drugs, money, etc and all this will stop mattering awhile after having them.
  • Show me a pretty girl and I’ll show you a man who is tired of her bullshit.
  • Your looks matter. They will define the jobs you get, the soulmate you get, the opportunities you get too.
  • Men are also raped.
  • The world is full of suffering. You are not alone, keep going.
  • People will always judge you by how much money you have in your bank account.
  • No matter the number of friends you have, most of your battles you’ll have to fight alone.
  • You are living someone’s best life.
  • Reality TV is not actually real.
  • You can easily lose everything you’ve worked for, enjoy every step.
  • You can’t please everyone.
  • We now live in a society where it’s easier for our parents and guardians to notice a pregnant child but not a depressed one.
  • You will most likely watch a bunch of people you love die.
  • Your rich friend owes you nothing.
  • Get off YouTube and go see a dermatologist if you’re really serious about your acne.
  • Nobody cares about their virginity anymore.
  • Problems will never end, they just keep changing as you also change.
  • Money is not everything but it will sure make you live your best life or rather the life you want.
  • Life is not promised, you can die at any time.
  • Social media is full of sad people pretending to be happy.
  • Success is not guaranteed, you can work hard all your life and still die poor.
  • Stop waiting for Karma to punish people, sometimes it never happens and you’ll see them living a good life.
  • Always remember it might be the last time you are seeing or talking to someone.
  • Self-awareness and self-satisfaction tend to be mutually exclusive.
  • Being good will make people misuse you, you will most likely experience a lot of shit for being good.
  • People will remember the bad things you did to them over the best ones.
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