Existentialist Family Holiday

Existentialist family vacation

Summer is officially here (in my hemisphere, anyway).  And that means vacation planning!  May your holidays be free of angst.  Some tips: Avoid Kafka Festivals, bald sopranos, any town named Weltschmerz, and any place that has No Exit. Hey, life may be absurd, but it’s pretty awesome! Except when it’s not. Get it? “When it’s not.” As in doesn’t exist?  Oh, never mind.

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Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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14 Responses to Existentialist Family Holiday

  1. Ha! I love a proper existential crisis and a good bout of ennui. You have to be careful about staring into the abyss however, because it likes to stare back at you 🙂

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  2. Happy summer to you and yours. Don’t get sunburned.

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  3. wsforchrist says:

    Jean-Paul Sarte could not have said it better.

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  4. Roos Ruse says:

    Thanks Mitch, I needed to laugh. Our daily walk went that kind of way. 103 degrees before we got back home! Yikes.

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  5. Paula says:

    Funny timing. Yesterday I saw a cartoon with an existentialist holding up a bank.
    I have angst only when I’m alone or with someone. And wouldn’t a place that has “No Exit” be “The Twilight Zone?” *eerie theme begins playing in BG*
    Cheers, Mitch. Always enjoy your posts. Now it’s time to undergo my metamorphosis.

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  6. Lucie says:

    Bald sopranos?! Dare I ask why?!!! LOL! 😉

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  7. eliwoodbine says:

    rarely do things make me laugh out loud.

    This did.

    So many thanks.

    Eli

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