Believe it or not, I was actually trying to give you the benefit of the doubt in >>19357645
the fact is that by your own attitude and description of what a responsible person is in your view, you've already been pretty dismissive, highly critical, and demonstratively short sighted in your analysis of responsible people.
hey, you can attack me all you want, but you're the one who has to come to terms with your childish notions about life.>I've never met a responsible person that retained an interesting personality. Every Professor or Neighbor I ever had that came off as strict, everyone assumes has a stick up their ass. While people that goof off, but still manage to get by are generally liked. I think it's because they don't have to give up any of those traits to be responsible.
This is a child's understanding of the world. You're not ready to be an actual adult if you stick to this line of thinking, because it justifies you infantilizing yourself and rejecting meaningful responsibilities on the basis of not wanting to be like them, those horrible uninteresting people who just have sticks up their asses. I mean, who would want to be like them, right? Especially when you've pre-defined the notion of responsibility so appealingly.