"You're Only Young Once"
YOYO is a motivational phrase that nourishes the pursuit of happiness in young people. Unlike similar abused phrases, such as YOLO, YOYO remains positive and is seldom used by prepubescent girls who seek an excuse to expose their chest or by idiots who need a catchphrase for their Jackass-like stunts.
But there's much more to YOYO...
YOYO is not merely a term. It's a way of thinking. It's a state of mind. The basic principle of YOYO states that the journey, not the destination, is what permeates us with happiness. Thus, the start of the journey, the beginning of our life is of vital importance. The end could be anything. The end could be a slow, painful, lung cancer... or a sudden plane crash. Ergo, the most rational course of action is to give more importance to our youth and not the end.
Adriana tried to butt-rape me with a broom. I said no. She said "Come on! YOYO!"
My friend used to be a meth addict. All he needed to heal was to hear me say, "John, YOYO." - He's been clean for 2 years now.
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