Hello, my name is Ethan.

According to my calculations, I will spend 32% of my life asleep. Additionally, I will spend 35% of my life at my place of work, a state of being I dislike strongly. I will commute for about 4% of my life. Roughly 72% of my life will thus be spent either unconscious or unhappy.

A ballpark estimate puts “chores” (paying bills, laundry, grocery shopping, cleaning, walking my dog Fritz, etc.) at another 15%. This is 87% of my life used up so far.

Considering all of the above (sans sleeping) takes energy, I will have about 70% energy to commit to the remaining 13% of life that belongs to me.

Given these numbers, is there any reason to continue existence? Would you play a video game for 80 years if 87% of it was absolute shit? Asking for a friend.

Sincerely,

Ethan

According to my calculations, I will spend 32% of my life asleep. Additionally, I will spend 35% of my life at my place of work, a state of being I dislike strongly. I will commute for about 4% of my life. Roughly 72% of my life will thus be spent either unconscious or unhappy.

A ballpark estimate puts “chores” (paying bills, laundry, grocery shopping, cleaning, walking my dog Fritz, etc.) at another 15%. This is 87% of my life used up so far.

Considering all of the above (sans sleeping) takes energy, I will have about 70% energy to commit to the remaining 13% of life that belongs to me.

Given these numbers, is there any reason to continue existence? Would you play a video game for 80 years if 87% of it was absolute shit? Asking for a friend.

Sincerely,

Ethan