People Discuss The Pinnacles of Loser Behavior

Everybody has a period of their life when they feel like a little bit of a loser. You can’t be the belle of the ball all the time, and when the going gets tough, the loser behavior gets going. I would say that one of the lamest periods of my life was the summer of 2020. Like many people during that era, I had virtually no social life and resorted to distracting myself by any means necessary. My primary distraction technique was unique in how lame it was. I was obsessed with the movie Swiss Army Man starring Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe, and I subsequently watched nearly every movie that those two actors had been in. I’m an unofficial Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe scholar to this day because of all of the mediocre movies I consumed during that summer. Luckily for me, I was able to grow out of this phase and stop obsessing over these men on a daily basis. Some people partake in far more nefarious types of long-term loser behavior, and it’s pretty sad to witness.