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“Interesting to note that according to our submitter, Taylor does not have a girlfriend.” -Your Status Is Annoying
Thanks for sending, J!
“Just when I thought I’d already seen the epitome of douchbaggery, Taylor M comes along.” -Emily B
Why is he quoting himself?!! Why?!!
He’s waaaay too attached to that blow-up doll …
Holy Douchebags! This douche wins the Le Douche Royale award.
Maybe he’s talking about his left hand?
I’m welling to bet this douche is hoping people will copy/paste his quotes so he can get a swollen head when he sees someone else’s status with the quote and “-Taylor M” after it.
In case you didn’t already know, this is TAYLOR M speaking here. it’s an original quote by taylor m. what a genius. his fuckerey is emblazoned across facebook; like a knife into our eye sockets. -Mallory R
I wonder if the worlds LEAST interesting man drinks Dos Equis as well…
“Taylor M will live with his parents for his entire life and die a virgin.” – bees
There’s no reason to put quotes around something and credit yourself WHEN YOU’RE THE ONE SAYING IT! Dumbfuck…
Taylor cannot be the one who originally said it. Let’s face it. Taylor can’t spell laudable. You just know he can’t.
[...] you’re going to quote yourself, at least make it somewhat coherent.” –Your Status is [...]
I am Taylor Mickal.
I recently came upon this site and decided to search myself. I was greatly amused, haha.
For the record, I quote myself because I care about giving credit where it is due, and I also believe that we are all responsible for what we say. Not only in my words, but in others. If I see a quote without the rightful person who wrote it on someone’s status, I am quick to correct it. I simply think that a man’s word is everything; it’s all he has when everything has been taken from him. And because of that, I put my name behind my own writing.
I am a writer and a poet, as well. So this is my form of “copyrighting” the things that I write, since I thought it would be silly to write (C) Taylor Mickal after everything.
You all might think it’s silly, and a status is a status. But I consider words to be words, whether they are written, spoken, or typed. Continue to think as you will, though; I have offered my say.
Afterall, I don’t care what people think of me, so long as they continue to think. -Taylor Mickal
P.S. I was in a relationship for the 1st, 3rd, and 4th status updates. But nice try “submitter J”…kinda.
Wow, so much of what you said explains nothing! P.S. You’re also a douchebag because of your profile pic.
So much of what I said explains nothing? Well my apologies for you being illiterate.
And my profile picture was inspired by a movie scene; not arrogance. My god your name is fitting, someone needs to have you escorted to the hospital immediately to have your head injuries checked out.
“I recently came upon this site and decided to search myself.” -Taylor Mickal
The natural reaction of anyone on discovering a website, I’m quite sure.
“Taylor M, why didn’t you sign all that mess?” – Monica
haha, his avatar fits!
If you consider words to be words, you should picked better ones…
I think it’s more fun to think of words as pretty pictures.
oops! *should have picked*
“’I recently came upon this site and decided to search myself.’ -Taylor Mickal
The natural reaction of anyone on discovering a website, I’m quite sure.”
Someone wrote on their status: “Have you been to the website ‘Your Status Is Annoying’? Because you’re kind of popular there.” and for it just kind of felt like they were speaking to me, so I decided to check it out and do a search.
All I had to do was type “Taylor” and there it was.
It really astounds me how many of you are offended by such unoffensive status updates; I don’t think I’ll understand it…and I don’t think I want to.
And Monica, I knew someone would be stupid enough to ask that question.
When I began the comment, I introduced myself, making it unnecessary to put my name at the end.
Well, Ding Dong, directly before your status is your name, thus making it unnecessary to put your name at the end. Dar, dar, dar. Is the light flickering for you, yet?
Yes, you are correct. But there is a principal difference between saying something and saying something while confirming it is yours.
Even on this site, my name comes before the comment I made, but yet I introduced myself and continued speaking in first person.
Often, people on facebook post quotes that are not theirs. Many assume that the words are of another origin, and many assume that the words are written by the person who said them. I dismantle all assumptions. It’s that simple.
>Even on this site, my name comes before the comment I made, but yet I introduced myself and continued speaking in first person.>
Confirming your weirdness.
You just keep digging your hole deeper there, Taylor. Why don’t you give us another argument trying to convince us how smart you are so we can make fun of that too?
That’s acceptable, Monica.
And wambulancegirl, I’m fine with that as long as I’m the one with the shovel.
Taylor, if your profile picture was just to replicate a movie scene, why is it now a different pose, yet still a douchey and self-loving half naked photo?
Let’s just all admit that you’re kind of a tool – which is fine – but learn from this. Put up a profile picture where you have clothes on. Stop quoting yourself. And quit being so damn arrogant, you’re not going to make friends that way.
Because the first picture was an exact replica, and I decided to do more, as I was fond of them. You can call it arrogant, but it has nothing to do with my thinking that I’m better then anyone else, and everything to do with my appreciating and loving myself. And that is an arrogance I am okay with being accused of.
So, I’ll continue to put up a profile picture however I please, I’ll continue quoting myself, and I’ll continue to do what I feel is right regardless of how other people feel, because I have that weird thing called conviction; if I do something because of how other’s feel, then I am an appeaser, and I have compromised that conviction.
And that is something I simply won’t do.
Wow. You have such strong and also toolish convictions. Because unwavering convictions are always the answer – never mind humility, flexibility or understanding.
You know who else was uncompromising in their convictions? Hitler. That’s right, I think you are just as bad as Hitler, if not worse. (I’m obviously exaggerating, you’re clearly not as smart as Hitler. But I think it illustrates my point that just because you have “convictions” doesn’t mean you’re not a total ass-tard)
Hitler, you say?
“A ‘No’ uttered from the deepest conviction is better than a ‘Yes’ merely uttered to please, or worse, to avoid trouble.” -Mohandas Gandhi
“A man of conviction is often more to be desired than a man of experience.” -Curt Siodmak
“Conviction is the conscience of the mind.” -Nicolas de Chamfort
“Conviction never so excellent, is worthless until it coverts itself into conduct.” -Thomas Carlyle
“Courage and conviction are powerful weapons against an enemy who depends only on fists or guns. Animals know when you are afraid; a coward knows when you are not.” -David Seabury
“For a successful revolution it is not enough that there is discontent. What is required is a profound and thorough conviction of the justice, necessity and importance of political and social rights.” -B. R. Ambedkar
“Honest conviction is my courage; the Constitution is my guide.” -Andrew Johnson
“If this work seems so threatening, this is because it isn’t simply eccentric or strange, but competent, rigorously argued, and carrying conviction.” -Jacques Derrida
“If you don’t love what you do, you won’t do it with much conviction or passion.” -Mia Hamm
“t’s the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” -Muhammad Ali
“Mix a conviction with a man and something happens.” -Powell Clayton
“The greatest happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved; loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.” – Victor Hugo
“We are all wrong so often that it amazes me that we can have any conviction at all over the direction of things to come. But we must.” -Jim Cramer
“Where do you find the strength to brave a barrage of enemy fire and to bring your wounded friends to safety at great risk to your own life? Conviction.” -Guy Verhofstadt
“What convinces is conviction. Believe in the argument you’re advancing. If you don’t you’re as good as dead. The other person will sense that something isn’t there, and no chain of reasoning, no matter how logical or elegant or brilliant, will win your case for you.” -Lyndon B. Johnson
“We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon.” -Franklin D. Roosevelt
…and probably the most important for you who have so many assumptions:
“You must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.” -Denis Waitley
Yes, I have conviction; surely I must be as bad as Hitler. For he wrote about nothing but love (which is all that I have written about in the above status updates.) What a terrible monster I must be.
Wow, Taylor. I just searched you, and your profile picture is one of the douchiest things I have ever seen. Put on some goddamn pants at least. Nobody wants to see a picture of you in your underwear.
“He who uses a picture of himself in his underwear as his Facebook picture is doomed to live a sad, lonely life in his mother’s basement.”–ShananaBanana
OMG He’s still talking!! Stop talking!!!!
Taylor, could you please just stop being annoying? That’s the whole point.
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