>I look back at my life. My life is a worthless one. I look back at my terrible life.
>Age 0. The umbilical cord chokes me and I pass through the birth canal with a fashionable scarf.
>Age 3. My parents drop me while failing "upsy-daisy" and I had an encounter with death, and end up getting 4 stitches.
>Age 10. High fever from vaccination. First loss in my life.
>Age 12. Graduation ceremony of elementary school. Only my name gets read out loud incorrectly.
>Age 13. First time boyfriend. Lasts for 30 minutes.
>Age 14. On a field trip, I get left alone in Nara park. I literally got "Shika-to"ed. (ignored).
>Age 15. Graduation ceremony of junior high school. Only my name gets read out loud incorrectly.
>Age 17. Yet another crush. I get a new boyfriend. However, it lasts 10 minutes, breaking my own record.
>Age 18. College entrance examination. I spell my name incorrectly on the answer sheet. Ugh, what a terrible life... ... ... At least I thought so... ...
>But looking back on it, am I making it too big of a deal? Maybe I think my life is bad because I constantly tell myself so. Maybe, looking at it from a 3rd person point of view, it may not appear to be as terrible as I see it.
>Oh, maybe I was fortunate, at least more than I thought... Well, I guess it was worth it because I got to experience the pre-death flashback of my life which made me realize my life wasn't as bad as it seemed.
>... Only if I had realized it before jumping off.