There are a lot of people who live by (or pretend to live by) the phrase Carpe Diem, which, of course, means "Seize the day." You've seen it in self-help books, you heard it uttered by the late Robin Williams in The Dead Poet's Society, and you've seen it tattooed on broody literary types. This went on for centuries, a perfectly good (if not a little shaky) life motto.
Then, YOLO rolled around. You only live once! A true, but obnoxious statement. Throw caution to the wind, dbags! YOLO. Soon, it was YOLO this and YOLO that. YOLO shirts and YOLO hats (what would Dr. Seuss say about YOLO?).
It's inevitable that the two life mottos of insufferable douchebags would be combined and immortalized with this Carpe YOLO Print ($17, Josh Lafayette). Hang it up at work and remember that you should seize the day while throwing caution to the wind. Carpe YOLO, man. Carpe YOLO.