Social Engineering

People are sheep when it comes to big and small issues alike. If all people were the average person, we would spend days on end wallowing in our own stupidity and bumping into each other brainlessly like billiard balls. Let’s face it, most people simply can’t make simple decisions. This usually manifests itself in the following conversation:

X-So, what do you want to do?

Y-I don’t know, what do you want to do?

X-I don’t know, what do you want to do?

Y-I don’t know, what … oh, fuck this …

Really, WTF?

These is a simple cure for indecisiveness, because the inability to reach a consensus is a purely social disease. This means that all it takes to come to a democratic decision is to force a decision onto the people, brainwashing them so they think they came to the decision all together. (Note: I’m not a political democracy-is-a-lie crackpot, nor do I have anything against the government of any country or the dumb-ass way it handles things)

X-I’m going to Wendy’s, who’s with me?

Y-Err, OK.

You see, people need to be told what to do, because if you ask, they will never give you an answer. A reasonable suggestion (with intent to carry it out yourself) is a quick and highly effective way to get a reaction, always. That said, don’t abuse this to try to get people to make you sandwiches, it won’t work. Happy herding, everyone!



1 Response to “Social Engineering”

  1. 1 Teengle not feeling like siging in July 3, 2008 at 4:01 pm

    holly shit thats so true gosh, that is exactly what always happens to me, where do you guys wanna go? never works we sit round do zip for hours where as We’re going bowling lets go… works all the time 🙂

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