Ahh…breathe in that fresh air! Camping season is here, so brace yourself for some photos of tents that, all things considered, will not influence you or any part of your life in the slightest.
1. This tent, outfitted with an easy-to-use, water-repellent rain cover, is in no way relevant to you.
2. A photograph of a tent, nothing more.
3. You might wonder, “Won’t seeing this picture of a tent have at least a marginal effect on me?” The answer, of course, is no.
4. Here’s a tent. It’s neither good nor bad; it’s just a tent.
5. Like the first four pictures in the list, this tent will not alter your mood or expand your knowledge. It will do precisely nothing.
6. This little tent actually meant the world to Aron Ralston, the man whose inspiring story was the basis for the movie 127 Hours. It does not, and never will, mean a thing to you, though.
7. You’ve seen this tent now. Your life is no different.
8. This tent is great for camping in cold weather, which you’re not going to do, so that’s that.
9. The net effect of this picture of an inflatable tent on your life is null.
10. Your anxieties come from your ego and your joys come from moments when you let go of your ego; this four-person tent changes none of that.
Before you take your own meaningless, utterly inconsequential tent camping, don’t forget to pack your compass, kerosene lamp, and bag of Jack Link’s beef jerky for when your group gets hungry!