My gosh, this whole Pokémon thing really started joggin' ma noggin'. I'm all riled up and the only way I can rant is by posting drivel on my own personal blog -- that nobody but the bots and occasional lost souls read. Ah well. In case that this site blows up (which is probably never, 'cause I've got no theme in what I'm writing about, meaning I've no idea who my audience would be), they'll have a cringe-worthy time skimming through the heaps of trash known as Ryo's sick, twisted mind.
In any case, the topic for this post are trends. Those that follow, and those that don't.
Trends are feeble, fickle things. They change on a whim, they are ethereal and usually die within few years of birth. They are runts of the litter, while their brethren become timeless masterpieces or an inspiration for eons to come; trends, they don't got a chance. People will smother it with love, and after a while, they simply can't exist, and poof -- thin air.
So the thing is, follow the trend, or don't. It depends on who you are and what you truly believe in. There are those that do follow it, become prosperous, and those that follow it and ends up dead in a ditch somewhere. There are those that don't follow it, become prosperous, and those that don't, and become fodder for your friendly neighbourhood spider. There are no right way around it.
So, next time you feel overwhelmed by articles saying, "Hurr The 5 Trend of Next Year -- Jumponit Before It's 2 L8" just remember that saying no, closing the laptop, unplugging it, chucking it out the window, going outside naked, getting arrested, and get eaten by Spider-man is also a good option.