Life is Like a Computer


Computers are just like people.  They have memory, a brain, viruses and get parts replaced.  Your computer is almost a reflection of yourself.  You can get a pretty good idea of what a person is like if you search through their files and look through their browsing history.  Our computer is like our Mini Me.

If you don’t take care of it then it will get sick.  Engaging in promiscuous behaviour will invite viruses that can put you out of commission.  If you had protection this could have been all avoided but now you might have to go see a PC doctor to get checked out.

If you download and upload negative information you are likely to only receive similar content.  It’s a difficult step to erase your hard drive but it can be done and you can start a fresh new life.  Sometimes your hard drive gets dementia and you have no choice but to reformat it.  Luckily if you need vital parts there are many donors available for transplant.

Your computer is like your life in that you can use it for evil, good, work, play, nothing or a bit of everything.  You can do anything you want with your computer until you can’t.

When you become old and obsolete less people will want you.  The young and hip crowd won’t even look at you but there might be some desperate folk out there who will take you in.  You’re slower, have less memory and not capable of keeping up with the latest hardware and software trends. Once you can no longer function you get thrown into a recycling home with a bunch of other decrepit computers that are on their way out who will soon be forgotten.



4 comments on “Life is Like a Computer

  1. kalyrical says:

    The epitome of personification in play. And wow that ending was sad 😦


    • MrJohnson says:

      It just might be the perfect comparison.

      Was it sad? I guess so. Don’t worry you have another 50 years before that can happen..haha. They’ll never take me alive. Never!


  2. Anonymous says:

    If you have lifelong goals and something you’re passionate about, life is meaningful and productive until the very end.


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