Oh, no, did someone hurt your feelings? You want them to have legal repercussions? For hurting your feelings? FUCK YYYOUUUU

These people.

These fucking people. Yeah, you know who I’m talking about. That guy, who if you ever say “haha, you’re a tard” after he trips over his own foot, he’ll be filled with indignant, pointless rage and want to sue you. That guy will actually want to fucking sue you, oh yes.

Threaten someone over a video game? Get sued!

Point out that someone’s fat?


Now, I don’t even live in the “good ol’ U S of A” where this shit seems to happen most anymore, and because of that, I want YOU, yes, YOU, to give me more examples of these things and maybe elaborate why this is even exists in the murrican ideasphere, why people feel so fucking important that they should never have their feelings hurt or their ideals criticized by anyone ever.

Except… that’s kind of pointless because nobody reads this shit, so yeah..

Do it anyway, though.

I don’t even


NATURE CAN’T BE STOPPED – Why bullying will NEVER disappear

WhyBullyingWillNeverDisappearAlright, humanity. Let me try and get something through your thick fucking skulls.


Come on, children. Say it with me.



That’s right, there we go!


Listen, if a human is having a bad day, if they’re the one being bullied, they will bully others. Always. This is how nature fucking WORKS. It’s STRESS RELIEF. Now, that’s not to say that bullying is totally fine and okay because it’s human nature. If you want to stop bullying, then your best shot is to open up someone’s skull and RIP OUT THEIR FUCKING BRAIN. The only way to stop bullying is to do away with human nature entirely. You would literally have to stop being a human being if you wanted to really say that there is nothing that would cause you to bully others, ever.

It’s not even humans that do this either. I mean, if you have pets, more than one, you’ve seen them that they can be complete assholes to eachother for seemingly no reason. Why can’t we just accept that humans are dicks? Why can’t we just accept that we’re not these wonderful benevolent creatures with a bright rosy future and that we would NEVER just go up to someone and be a dick for no good reason?

Guess the fuck what.

We would. We WOULD go up to someone and be a dick for no good reason, because that’s one of the best ways we know how to deal with stress.





Sellout or Survival

Guess who’s back?

Alright. I’ve got some more shit to complain about. Brace yourselves!



I’m sick and fucking tired of all these little shits constantly complaining about people ‘selling out’ if they ever bother to endorse anything or advertise anything in any way shape or form, regardless of whether or not said endorsements or advertisements are invasive, unfit, and/or just plain useless. Listen here: what the FUCK is wrong with trying to make money?

I understand if someone changes their entire presentation and mutilates their content beyond recognition just to endorse the shit out of a product. I’d be pissed, too… but what the hell is wrong with just saying what you want to say for an endorsement or advertisement, then just continue on with presenting their content without changing the actual presentation in any way, shape, or form? Some people who bring entertainment to you, for example, perhaps a channel on YouTube, have no other talents other than presenting that content to you. In fact, that’s one of the many reasons people turn to the Internet in the first place!

Not everyone is cut out for work. Some of us are fucked up in the head, or physically incapable, or just incapable of interacting and cooperating with other humans on a regular basis. Those who can’t work and will only cause distress to both themselves and their colleagues can always find their place in the Internet. This means their ONE AND ONLY SOLE SOURCE OF FUCKING INCOME can come from advertisement revenue! Are we really going to get THAT pissy at people for trying to make money, especially if they have no other source of income?

Come on, humanity. We’re better than this.

At least, we like to think we are.