ESPN A lot of us are scared to admit that we are stupid.
You know, the kind of dumb that’s so dumb that we can’t even see how dumb it is?
Or the kind that’s just so dumb it’s impossible to get it off our mind?
I know this.
That’s what happens when you’re a smart, funny, confident, self-aware human being, and the world around you is a cruel, cruel place to be.
The last thing I want to be is someone who is afraid of my own dumbness.
So if I were to write a Twitter profile for a man named Chris, I would be in a very, very dark place.
I’ll be honest: I’ve been writing about this topic for a long time, but for me to write it now, when it’s the most important topic of our time, it’s a very difficult thing to do.
We can’t be afraid to share our thoughts or our stories.
And it’s not just the people who can relate.
I think we can all feel the same kind of vulnerability about our own dumb moments.
I have a new friend who is terrified of his own stupidness.
Chris is a 25-year-old writer who is in New York City for a week-long residency in film and TV.
He’s also the founder of the blog Smart People, where he writes about everything from parenting to sex to art and a variety of other subjects.
But this is a problem.
Chris has a Twitter account called @ChrisPJB, which has been dormant since July, when the site suspended it for violating its terms of service.
When he first got the tweet about Chris, he thought it was a joke, but after reading it, he knew that it was serious.
He was horrified that anyone could be so dumb as to think Chris would be able to handle it.
(I had a similar reaction when I first saw it.)
Chris’s Twitter account has more than 4 million followers.
I was shocked that a person with his level of intelligence could think that a dumb tweet could go viral.
I thought it might be a mistake to share it at all, since Twitter says it doesn’t care about what people think.
So I tweeted @ChrisPB, and he immediately deleted it.
Chris’s account has now been restored, and we’ve spoken a few times.
The Twitter account is still suspended, and I haven’t been able to reach Chris directly since his account was taken down.
But Chris told me that he has had to take a lot of mental health measures in the past to try to deal with his dumbness and that he is now more confident.
I’ve learned that being a smart person is hard.
Sometimes it’s easy to be dumb, like it is when I’m scared of Twitter.
I used to be afraid of Twitter, but now I know it’s something I should be able not to have too much of.
But there’s a lot that I still need to work on.
It’s scary to talk about it in public, but I don’t think that’s something that can be easily undone.
I know it can be hard to deal.
I can’t stop thinking about the tweets I get, the messages I get about me, and my friends and family.
It seems like all of them are just so stupid.
And I can only imagine what other stupid things my friends think.
But I’m so glad I’m not afraid to admit it, because now, I know that I’m dumb and that I can be a little bit stupid, too.