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I take my uniqueness too seriously for that.
But seriousness is not a problem which can be seriously addressed in the spirit of seriousness.
I am content with the fact that my colleagues don’t take me that seriously. I feel the same way about them.
Leftism among elites attempts to compensate for a lack of seriousness with an exaggerated identification.
I am terrified of people who are not constantly cracking jokes; in this day and age, they are the ones who truly believe nothing.
The Church condemned heretics for living in poverty, unlike those monks who only took the vow.
Both divert attention away from the performer in a way that says “What I’m doing isn’t too serious!”
Those who take themselves that seriously don’t have the right. Those who have the right to take themselves that seriously don’t have the inclination.
Why are all attempts to engage questions seriously riddled with serious clichés?