This is actually great
Quite like that
Woke up with blood on my hands!?! Hope I haven’t killed another homeless person for Sex or Meat!?! :v/€
that first picture makes me really uneasy. imagine the girl turning slowly around on the swing to face you
kind of amazing someone could 1) believe something that evil without apparently realising it’s an evil way to think; 2) go to such lengths to share an evil philosophy with the rest of the world; 3) sleep like a baby while people he’s friends with who may be victims of rape or know someone who was murdered or something stare in bewilderment at steve’s try for memeortality.
Can’t believe no one has gone here yet:
I mean… for so many reasons, but also note the resemblence to the “How am I doing boss” sky, subsequently parodied with Kevin Phillips up in heaven. christ on a fucking bike.
oh my god :’’’’’’’'D
Looks like there’s some sort of evil winged elephant waiting for them up there.
yeah, there are clearly several boss battles awaiting them.
posted with disdain so my m9’s ok, but seriously. This might well be the shittest take anyone’s ever had on anything
Those times when someone tries to be really satirical and amazing by comparing current affairs to Harry Potter, actually why am I posting that here? That NEVER GETS OLD
Which leads me on to mentioning on comments sections when you get people saying “if you were being sarcastic you should have used [/s] to denote sarcasm because it’s apparently really hard to spot sarcasm in text even though it isn’t that difficult tbh and I’m just allergic to nuance and obsessed with making sure I’m the cleverest one in any online discourse”
It is hard to detect sarcasm in text though. And how many times has an arsehole said “I was just being satirical!” to cover up their arseholery? Don’t agree that you should use emojis to signpost sarcasm, but I do see where those latter people are coming from.
There’s actually an internet “law” about it:
Ultimately I am just frustrated that other internet users aren’t as well-versed in the art of crafting establishment-smashing satire as what I definitely am
This is the cross we gifted writers and satirists must bear.
*I normally hate emoji but I think these have truely and faithfully condensed my feelings into an easily accessible set of hieroglyphs.
My friend works at a falafel place and got to take a left-over tub of hummus home and he posted pictures of himself trying to make hummus ice lollies. yes, he’s vegan
I might be sick.