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Thanks but no thanks, Tony Robbins."Tryhard" is what losers call winners.
Good analogy, but I disagree. The only time I've ever heard someone use the term tryhard seriously, was more or less a case of resentment of someone else being better than them. It isn't just against the people who try too much and it comes off as force or stilted or whatever the case might be, but usually for people who succeed vs. people who fail through no fault other than their own lack of effort.Eh...I think it's probably more accurate to say the "tryhards" want to be winners but don't know how to, so they end up looking/acting foolish. It's like the guy in every group who loves to try busting balls with his buddies but just isn't funny or clever enough to do it well.
Indeed. Sometimes I feel like some people act as if they are stuck in a stereotypical high school movie, where the cool guy gets the hot girl and admiration of the school, and the losers become laughing stock of every other character.What is this obsession with losers and winners? It's sad and so unnecessary.
Ever been to Pitti?For the opposite of this, that is, oblivious preening weirdos, no one's going to say anything about Pitti? If you're flying halfway around the world for a menswear tradeshow but you are not a vendor or buyer and indeed your only connection to the rags industry is your IG microinfluencer page, you might be a tryhard. If you're having a overpriced Negroni and cigar in a Florentine tourist trap bar, you might be a tryhard. If you break rules you don't even fully know, for the sole sake of breaking them, you might be a tryhard.
Closely linked to the people who see things as a destination rather than a journey to be enjoyed.Eh...I think it's probably more accurate to say the "tryhards" want to be winners but don't know how to, so they end up looking/acting foolish. It's like the guy in every group who loves to try busting balls with his buddies but just isn't funny or clever enough to do it well.
By accident. In ye old days of the Trans Europe Express, we'd make extensive rail trips -- booking private compartments -- around Europe. Each day would go as follows: Wake up, take train, stop for a nice lunch, take train, stop for nice dinner and sleep ... repeat. At perhaps one or two points along the way we'd stop for an actual rest of several days. Once we ended up inEver been to Pitti?