Sunday, June 22, 2008

5 more Fight Club Quotes

I am mad right now. Furious actually, when I realize how social conditioning is still effecting me. You can't escape it completely, society is built in a way that it brainwashes us to be stupid robots buying bullshit we don't need, doing things just to look "cooler" or having us in fears, fears and more fucking fears. Fear is my greatest enemy.

I HATE fear! I've been cured, well, I've cured myself from most of the bullshit I could, I've looked fear in the eyes hundreds of times and said GET THE F$%K OUT OF HERE! But what is bothering me is when I see my friends and other good people around me full of indecisiveness, shyness and insecurities. Fuck off! Be a man, step up. OK. Enough rambling, back to some Fight Club Quotes, actually I'll write a bunch of them today :) Man, I love Fight Club, it pumps me up just to think about it. Especially when I'm in the gym pumping some iron, I feel like a lion.

Fight Club Quote #1:
Narrator: Oh, it's late. Hey, thanks for the beer.
Tyler Durden: Yeah, man.
Narrator: I should find a hotel.
Tyler Durden: [in disbelief] What?
Narrator: What?
Tyler Durden: A hotel?
Narrator: Yeah.
Tyler Durden: Just ask, man.
Narrator: What are you talking about?
Tyler Durden: Three pitchers of beer, and you still can't ask.
Narrator: What?
Tyler Durden: You call me because you need a place to stay.
Narrator: Oh, hey, no, no, no, I didn't mean...
Tyler Durden: Yes, you did. Just ask. Cut the foreplay and just ask.
Narrator: Would - would that be a problem?
Tyler Durden: Is it a problem for you to ask?
Narrator: Can I stay at your place?
Tyler Durden: Yeah.

Read this again. "Cut the foreplay and just ask". Interesting. People are so fuckin' fake. Everyone knows what's going on but everyone is acting as if they were stupid or something. Why is everyone so incredibly fake, just lies and bullshit. Everyone's going indirect at things, what the fuck!? Where are the people that tell you everything they think in the face, where are the people with balls, with guts? Lies are killing us, there's too much to remember. A few years ago when I got fed up with all the bullshit in my life (and believe me there was a lot of it) I was inspired to change not just by Fight Club but an older guy that had a lot of influence on me. This guy, David, was "crazy". He literally had the balls to say and do whatever the fuck he wanted to do. He looked like shit, fat, ugly but this guy had more confidence then anyone I ever knew. He could literally say ANYTHING and not give a fuck, he's 100% honest, no lies, no bullshit. The guys fearless. Anyway when I met him and saw what he was like I was furious, no. I was jelous. I was like, how come I don't have this kind of freedom? To be straightforward, to get away from the fears, and just be myself completely. Then I read a book called Radical Honesty by Brad Blanton (check it out). This book changed my life forever... It is just so fucking powerful when you do not care, when you are what you are, natural, no fear.

Fight Club Quote #2:
Narrator: When people think you're dying, they really, really listen to you, instead of just...
Marla Singer: - instead of just waiting for their turn to speak?

So true. Life sucks and then you die. Just joking. But really, think about it. People are fucking assholes. A lot of my guy friends ask me stuff like "Jack what should I talk about with this girl bla bla I'm stupid I don't know what to talk about" (idiots talk about their JOBs! with girls - BORING!) and I'm like: "Dude, just let her talk about herself and she'll love you." This is true for everyone, most people's favorite conversation topic is themselves. I this, I that, I this, I that and they actually most of the time don't give a damn about what you're talking about.

What I hate most is that people are FAKING interest all the time. And it's so obvious. How can they be so stupid?! For example, (just look around you you can see it everywhere). Jane is talking to Jessica about her problem with her boyfriend and Jessica is looking at Jane as if she was talking about the most fucking important thing on this planet and she's just saying: "Wow, really, oh, so bad, that sucks, aha, yeah, yeah, yeah." Come on, what the fuck. Be yourself, stop the bullshit. I'm not saying that there are no people that are honest and natural, but it's rare, at least from my experience.

Figth Club Quote #3:
Narrator: What do you do for a living?
Tyler Durden: Why? So you can pretend like you're interested?

Fight Club Quote #4
"And then, something happened. I let go. Lost in oblivion. Dark and silent and complete. I found freedom. Losing all hope was freedom. "

It's just like "only when you lose everything are you free to become anything". Is losing all hope freedom? Think about it. A man that has nothing to lose is free. You don't depend on anything and nothing depends on you, you are free to be whatever you want to be. You can actually be whatever you want to be in life. Most people don't understand that they DO have choice in their life. It's your choice, you can go left or right. It depends on you. I completely agree that we shape our own destiny. And it's all in our head. It's incredible what people can accomplish just by having willpower to succeed and not giving up. Have you ever heard about the Law of Attraction? If not, check this out here. To see more real information go to It's AWESOME, so fucking powerful. Anything is possible, you just have to go get it and fight for it.

Fight Club Quote #5
"Fuck what you know. You need to forget about what you know, that's your problem. Forget about what you think you know about life, about friendship, and especially about you and me. "

This is exactly what you need to do when you want to change your life. It is harder to unlearn then to learn. You have to delete all the bullshit from your head and take the red pill. Oh, by that way, if you haven't watched The Matrix, then go rent it IMMEDIATELY!

Gotta go, more Fight Club Quotes later,
Jack :)


Danosch said...

Are the little links to male pickup sites just random "dicks" to see if anyone reacts to it just like in the movie? :D

Rodrigo said...

Man this is the kind of blog I was looking for right now.

Seriously all you need to know is in "Fight Club"(Chuck Palahniuk is a genius), makes u reflect existencialism, materialism, capitalism, etc... in other words the society that we live in.
And I mean one would think that people who go watch this movie will realize about this, but most of them are so fucking blind they just see it as a "cool" movie, don´t even "smell" how deep it is.
At least some do get it...

I recommend you all of Chuck Palahniuk´s books man, really.

And you do point out some good and interesting ideas in your writing.


Anonymous said...

yo jack, im literaly you.. like it sounds gay but i literaly agree and know about everysingle world you type.. ur so rite about this stuff... no one gives a shit, we do have way to much shit we dont need...

Grimm said...

You haven't cured yourself from anything. You diverted the fear into anger. It all still rules you. That little bit of fear you still feel is the shadow left when you pushed it all into the closet of anger. Truly getting over it all isn't a diversion of the noise - it's something deeper. You realize it's working when the old things you used to fear just seem quieter. "After fighting everything else in your life has the volume turned down. You could deal with anything." When angry, you can't deal with shit. When angry, the mind turns rigid, everything becomes an enemy, and you are totally ruled by circumstance. Anger is loud. Face things in a way that leaves your life more quiet, not more angry.

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