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A break with the overly "reckless" nature of Yololianism, Neo-Yololianism embraces ideals more closely resembling those associated with the Ancient Roman saying "carpe diem." This ideology stresses living in the moment and enjoying life; however the repercussions of said actions should not have lasting negative effects on one's future well-being. It emphasizes a more emotional or even spiritual form of pleasure in juxtaposition to the generally physical stimulation sought by traditional Yololianists.
Participating in out-going activities with friends, spending time in nature, and engaging in other personally enriching endeavors are all actions associated with Neo-Yololianism.
by Blue Sailor July 02, 2013