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The Advantages of Stupidity You are the most stupid person I have ever seen Most people say being stupid will lead no where They claim that it is the worst possible condition in which to spend ones life and if possible it should be completely avoided But if people took a closer look at some of the advantages stupidity had to offer they wouldnt have such a negative attitude toward it Yes stupidity does have certain disadvantages Life isnt easy And being stupid doesnt make it any better Being stupid can annoy even the most idle person If someone acts stupid and does it in the wrong crowd like a group of adults it will seem more immature than funny If one is forced to act stupid while dealing with lower life forms one may encounter barriers such as cruelty and insensitivity these are all true but there are still many advantages to stupidity Now there has been a rumor going around that suggests that stupid people have low expectations This is very true Stupid people are never asked to do a lot Someone with the advantage of stupidity might have a hard time doing certain tasks or setting things up But this isnt all bad if a stupid person leaves a chore and comes back to it later no one will be able to understand it Would they get fired from their job No For the very simple reason that no one would expect more from them The job would have to be given back to the stupid person possibly with a higher salary or someone would do it for them leaving them with free time Free time is great for brainstorming The ideas stupid people create tend to be original For example when was the last time someone stupid said something and made you think about it Try forrest gump He said stupid is as stupid
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