Feed Your Brain

In the monologue Feed Your Brain, ANTHONY talks to his friend about how he needs to stop being so lazy and stop feeling entitled to things he doesn’t earn.

ANTHONY: You’re not owed anything.  You are not owed not one single thing.  We live in a world where we think we are owed some sort of entitlement and we aren’t owed shit.  Get up off your ass, stop playing video games, stop eating shit food, stop wanking off and go make something of yourself.

You sit there depressed, thinking, “Oh boo hoo.  I didn’t have a good childhood, I didn’t get a good education, my parents were lousy, kids picked on me when I was at school, no one likes me”…shut up.

You need to take a cold look at yourself and BLAME YOURSELF.  Stop pointing the finger at others and start pointing your own finger at YOU.  You lazy bastard.  You Godamn lazy bastard.  Christ!  I’d like to just smack the shit out of you.

You should just punch yourself directly dead in your face, cause that’s what you deserve you wanker.  Boo hoo!  My girlfriend left me.  My wife cheated on me.  My job sucks.  Cry me a river.  What else will you be miserable about next you jerkoff?  You giant hulking jerkoff.  You make me puke.


The only way you will ever be anything in your life is by busting your ass and taking ownership of yourself.  You have to earn your keep bitch.

Go make something of yourself.  Get hungry and go eat!  Drop your bag of Doritos and go LIVE.  Go be something.  Go try!

Feed your brain and do something.


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