Incorrigible - Definition and More from
Incorrigibility, is how I play the game. The point isn't to attack, but to make a very clear boundary when the line is trampled. We, me, or they don't always recognize a line, so the fun begins. As the incorrigible, I often walk on the edge of the line, just to the inside so I am not breaking the rules. It is a balancing act for the absurd. The game begins from the line; not the inside or the outside of the line, but at the line. What happens next depends on the player(s): amusement, anger, frustration, humor, wit, and so on. The ones who are not offended and play the game are the best.
Where and when did I start this game? Very, very early when authority figures were unfair, thoughtless, or disconnected. Keeping on the inside of the line, I could frustrate and aggravate but not "get in trouble." I felt like the authorities were often disrespectful, legal-hypocrites in a sense, so I had to find a clever way to hold the line and still maintain my role as the rule abiding youth. Somehow, the game never changed as I became an adult, but the responses became more intense. People generally don't like others to notice discrepancies in motives, actions, or accountability. I see now that it is part of the human insanity plan, so is it time to let go of the game strategy?
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