From Voltaire’s Candide:
‘But what was this world created for?’ said Candide.
‘To drive us mad,’ replied Martin.
From debbie tucker green’s hang:
People are too embarrassed to say anything.
To say anything of use.
To say anything of use any more.
People say nothing, presume I’ve stopped
waiting for them to say anything. To say
anything useful. People presume, I’m, over it.
Over the worst.
People have tired of talking about it,
they’re all cried out about it.