Dear publishing industry,
Please, please, please, STOP producing idiotic books with the title format:
"1001 ____ to ___ before you die."
Guess what fuckos? My life isn't a check list. The quality of my life is not determined by the arbitrary standards that you set forth in your books.
Even if I were to complete all the assinine tasks set forth in your publications, what does that prove exactly?
"It's ok, I watched all the 1001 stupid movies...I'm still a violent alcoholic who beats my wife but at least I got to watch some good tv before I died!"
"Great! My life has meaning! I visited lots of countries and committed horrible crimes in all of them. Yay!"
"Thank you 1001 albums (to hear before I die). I still have cancer, but I finally got 'round to buying Abbey Road
on CD, so it's all good."
I noticed that you haven't produced a book called: '1001 lifeskills to have so people won't think you're a douchebag when you're dead.' Similarly, I can't find '1001 enlightened behaviours' or '1001 nice things you could do for others if you weren't such a selfish prick.'
Now go find 1001 ways to insert a publishing trend into an orifice.