Satiri is a state of postmetaconsciousness that is discovered by accident, most often by individuals that farm, wait on lines, answer calls, do data entry, work retail, do janitorial labor, drive buses, or watch lights blinking all day. Satiri has often been described as, “Not worth talking about,” because it is, “Nothing, dude.”
However scholars and researches from around the globe have amassed an impressive body of data and research regarding Satiri. These enthusiasts also claim that, “I’m that all the time. In fact, I don’t really think I’m anything else.” Those who actively seek Satiri are often called “retarded” because “it’s what you already are, dude.”
Satiri gurus are often called “dudes,” a multi-gender term (as “dudette” is considered both “last century” and “needlessly binary” for “…everything’s a dude, bro.”) The greatest Satiri dude was thought to be a wondering, blind, morbidly obscene deaf mute of unknown sexual and national orientation that’d been seen traveling the world for nearly 800 years—but is often mistake to be in their mid to late forties.