I was re-watching a Louis C.K. stand-up special on Netflix this weekend (because there's nothing else to watch on Netflix, but that's another story on another site) and as I was listening along to his bits, a certain life philosophy began to take shape. Louis C.K. has a very wise, very profane, and very funny perspective on existence. One joke in particular got me thinking: Louis C.K. should write a self-help book -- more like a pamphlet, really. Maybe he could even put it on stone tablets. In fact, you know what: Louis C.K. should have his own Bible. He should compile a set of principles relating to ethics and worship, which would play a fundamental role in how we live our lives. No, actually, you know what? Louis C.K. should start his own goddamn religion, and these should be Louis's 20 Commandments.
Thou Shalt Refrain from Optimism
Thou Shall Not Interrupt One's Life to Tweet About It
Thou Shall Avoid Hyperbole
Thou Shall Not Blame Technology for One's Sh*tty Life
Thou Shall Honor God By Masturbating
Thou Shall Continue to Eat Until You Hate Yourself
Thou Shalt Have Sexual Relations with Ewan McGregor
Thou Shall Respect a Woman's Nonviolent Stance
Thou Shalt Never Complain of Boredom
Thou Shalt Not Interfere in the Marriages of Others
Thou Shall Have the Appropriate Perspective on Race
Thou Shalt Not Rape
Thou Shall Protect the Earth
Thou Shalt Not Murder, Unless Thou Can Get Away With It
Thou Shall Limit One's Dreams
Thou Shalt Not Complain About Petty, Insignificant Bulls*t
Thou Should Be Careful of About Crossing a Woman
Thou Shalt Not Be Afraid of a Woman's Body
Thou Shalt Have a Code, But You Don't Have to Live By It
Thou Shalt Ignore the Commandments of God
I want more like this!
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