In the movie "The First Time" (2012) there is a party-scene where a guy is "teaching" a group of younger teens that they will sooner or later discover that everything and everyone is bullshit.
It's funny, but I can imagine that some people have exactly the same serious feeling about everything, too. So it's interesting that the script writers put this dialogue into the film. My first idea is, that this could be a reference to Sturgeon's law.
Now how would you describe this attitude or his state of mind? (Please ignore his audience and imagine he's sitting there only with his girlfriend on the couch.)