05 March 2011 in

Sometimes Life Is a Mouse Trap.

MARCH 5, 2011


I came across this commercial today and I figured I'd post it. In a strange way it made me feel better on a below than average day. It feels appropriate to point out that I don't support animal cruelty.
It is not going to be for everyone. It is going to be for those who know what it's like to go after the things they want whole-heartedly, regardless of the risks. Sometimes to get burnt, fail, and experience a general feeling of helplessness, yet still scrounge up every last bit of strength to come out on top.
If you've never been in that position, you haven't truly experienced life. I believe that bliss is in the journey simply because that's where all the lessons are learnt. Success is just the cherry on top. I have to say I've been that mouse way to many times, I see the trap but it doesn't stop me from reaching for the cheese. It is safe to say that is the cheesiest line I've ever written, but seeing as the video is also about cheese I must say I enjoy the irony.
the outspoken introvert

7 Comments So Far:

  1. I have to admit I was a bit apprehensive about posting it as to not offend any animal lovers. Then I thought, fuck it.

    It's not really about the mouse, it's about the message it conveys and I think that message is pretty great. People should give what they want a shot, sometimes life smacks you down. The worst thing you can do though is lose the willingness to try all together.

    Thanks for the comment, I'm glad you liked it :)

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  2. thats a great post. but i cant see the mouse. it says sony has blocked viewing it here in my country .. blah, blah, blah... copyright maybe.
    but well, the mouse stays there, while your written lines are cheeeeeeezzzzyy!
    im following here.

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  3. That's really to bad, the video goes hand in hand with the cheesy lines I pulled. Since you can't see it, you'll just have to take my word for it. Thank you for following!

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