The reason people might not believe in you, “TONY THE COACH”, is because you describe yourself as “an idea’s coach.” I realize you will consider this to be disrespectful, though, and I apologize for that.
For more backstory, you can check out an earlier book by TONY THE COACH called “Climax” where he describes how he became an ideas coach. His first point in “Climax,” of course, is to let you know he’s not the guy on the cover. That’s just a picture of someone reading the book.
There’s someone in the world who’s wearing a suit, and on the lapel, he’s wearing a pin of Pepe, the Meme Frog by Matt Furie. (Matt Furie is actually a great comic artist, and his book “boy’s club” is good, despite the meme-ing of one of its characters.)
But it’s not a nice suit that this person is wearing. No. They’re at some kind of internet-based event, and the frog pin is probably on this mustache-print suit. The world moves on without us, worse for time, and the oceans will rise to meet us sooner than we expect.
The euphemistically-named Goosh Pants brag that they are “light weight for wearing extended periods.” Which is what you’d do with a pair of white pants that’s made to look as though you’ve urinated and had diarrhea in them, and the urine and feces dripped down the legs of your pants, realistically staining them. (I had to blur these, but, if you don’t know what poop and pee looks like, feast your eyes on it over here.)
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