But why if the baby is like me and is trash?
@Fly on the wall , Oscar the Grouch says... "Just because you're trash doesn't mean you can't do great things. It's called trash can, not trash cannot."
@StereotypicalAnomaly, that is possibly one of the n best inspirational comments I've ever seen.
@Fly on the wall , well if you're trash then let me take you out sometime....
I don't see how any of it is offensive. Either part. Like, at all.
@Goddamn Username, I don't find it offensive I just think it's a stupid argument. (Teaching men not to rape that is). But I understand why people do find it offensive. It would be akin to having a "teach black people not to steal class". It completely ignores that other groups engage in the same activity and being a part of the group does not mean you would engage in the activity yourself nor condone it.
@Goddamn Username, I don't see how any of this is funny. Like, at all.
@abecedarian, right. This app is turning into tumblr. #literallydying
@TheColossalTitan, I mean, the whole teach men not to rape thing is in response to how a lot of people say that we should teach women not to dress provocatively (as not to get raped), when we really, as a society, should be teaching people (not just men) not to rape at all
@ducktective, So we should teach black people not to steal instead of telling people to lock their cars and houses? I mean i wouldn't accuse a house of being open provocatively. News flash, men know not to rape, it's a crime of opportunity. Rapists are going to rape, if you think telling them not to is going to prevent rape you are pretty thick. Also news flash, women rape too.
@Downvote God, No, if this was Tumblr, all the comments would be screaming about how this post is mysoginy incarnate.
@TheColossalTitan, it's a point of fact that many people can't comprehend. Infomercials and public posts only hit a certain demographic. People who go out of their way to commit violent crimes, and people who take advantage to commit crimes of opportunity are not a part of that demographic.
It's not a matter of teaching people not to do these things.
Rapists don't rape because they don't know better. They do it because they don't care.
@I Are Lebo, Exactly. I want people that believe these classes will help to show me the statistics on how much Domestic Partner violence has been diminished by similar "don't do it" billboards. Oh yeah it hasn't.
Its not like some piece of crap that assaults their spouse is gonna be driving home and go, oh geez, we're NOT supposed to do that? Boy, my whole world is turned upside down.
@TheColossalTitan, it's the same mindset that leads those people to believe that criminals or evil people are somehow weak minded or foolish. These are people that goes against thousands of years of social rules and pressures to do whatever they want.
This is why there is no ending crime.
A group I could get behind and support
@An Everyday Penguin, *gets from behind* No! Maam, I was just...
@An Everyday Penguin, yes because if there's one consistently under-supported and unrecognized group it's us white guys. My fellow men must take to the street and get out from under the oppressive boot of the negro and womenfolk.
Let's just get ride of "feminists" and "meninists" and just all be rational egalitarians. Work towards the greater good regardless of dumb gender assumptions
@Sorry Im Canadian , meninism is meant to be satire. Not very many people are seriously meninists
I'm not insulted, some people need to be reminded to be human beings, doesn't matter if they're men, women, black, white, or anything in between.
The people that down voted this pic must have thrown babies in the dumpster.
@HoorayFerSocks, I prefer garbage disposals. Yes, it's more work, but it's worth it in the end.
@HoorayFerSocks, I downvoted this pic because it's a pointlessly stupid and ignorant post, not because I put babies in dumpsters.
I put them in composters. Recycling saves the environment, people!
@I Are Lebo, oh wait I upvoted this one. Nevermind.
Femminists don't think all men are evil rapists at birth, they think that society using women as sex objects to sell things or media showing that a man is always on 'sexual conquest' makes some men think about women less like people and more like a walking fleshlight
@Gay Rattlesnake , Feminism in its intended form is like you said and is a positive thing. Modern feminists, or at least the vocal ones, however, do indeed think all men are evil rapists at birth.
@Ruupasya, please don't call idiots on tumblr feminists. Real feminists realize that the concept of "masculinity" hurts men too. I'm s feminist and a man too.
@Gay Rattlesnake , I recognize that. However, feminism, what was once a great and powerful concept, has been dragged through the mud by people who call themselves feminists but are not. These 'feminists' are not just on tumblr, but on college campuses and on the news. You know the saying, "Punk's not dead, it just went pop'? Same thing, I think. The term feminism is almost beyond salvation in the public eye at this point. It's better, I think, to take the original and positive concepts and move them under another name, such as egalitarianism.
@Ruupasya, I agree with you there, but there's not enough people who do to start an actual movement. It sucks but it's true.
@Gay Rattlesnake , then why do so many women get into p0rn? Aren't they making it worse? Feminists should address that.
@Gay Rattlesnake , There is no "real" feminism and "fake" feminism. That is a no true Scotsman fallacy and not a valid argument. Those tumblr feminists are feminists just like you, whether you like it or not.
@Gay Rattlesnake , masculinity doesn't necessarily hurt anyone. There shouldn't be any more harm to being "masculine" as there is to being "feminine", no matter what your sex, and to say masculinity hurts people is pretty dumb.
@Pubmarine Shamwich, there is nothing wrong with getting into porn, if someone wants to show their body off then it doesn't devalue them in any way. The same as is doesn't devalue men who do porn. It's the view that it makes women 'sluts' or anything like that that's the issue needing to be addressed
@CriTiKa1, you're right, I can't reasonably expect every single person who identifies as a feminist to believe the exact same thing. Unfortunately the "all men are evil rapists" feminists have ruined the word so I should call myself something else
@BlackPhoenix, ideas in media and society that 'men should be physically strong, very stoic, and have sex with a lot of women' are the idea of what is masculine and men who don't fit that are made to feel insecure about it.
@Gay Rattlesnake , That's why I prefer to refer to myself as an egalitarian.
@CriTiKa1, I also define my self as a egalitarian or a humanist because as a youtubers by the name of bearing sums it up nicely, by saying that if you believe in gender equality, that does not make you feminist. If you believe in gender equality, hold the belief that we don't currently have gender equality, that women are oppressed, and that right and privilege need to be taken from men and given to women to even the playing field then you are a feminist. The name in itself is gender inclusive.
@Gay Rattlesnake , as a man, idgaf about what "masculinity is" and how it "hurts me". Because I don't get butt hurt over it and don't care about a masculine image. Yet I am still masculine
@CriTiKa1, there is. Feminism has a definition. If you follow that definition, you are a feminist. Easy case. A feminist is someone who believes in the social, economic, and legal equality of women to men. If you believe that. That makes you a feminist. That's it.
@Nyxa, who says that's the definition? I see many feminists on he news and on college campuses saying them at all men are evil. That all men are rapists. That all fathers are child abusers. Etc...that's what feminism means today.
@Gay Rattlesnake , that's not masculinity hurting men. That's the media being stupid. Same as it isn't femininity hat hurts women when the media portrays women as slim, attractive, helpless, etc...it's the media.
Masculinity is a pretty vague concept, it doesn't really have a definition, besides some variation of "being a man" which doesn't have a clear definition either.
Don't worry about it. Just be yourself.
@talmet, the Oxford dictionary. Or any dictionary for that matter. Really, just open one up. That's what it says. I can call myself Japanese (even though I am Caucasian), that doesn't magically redefine what it means to be Japanese. It just makes me wrong.
@Nyxa, for a political group, the definition of what the group stands for changes over time. There was a time when feminism meant that. It doesn't anymore.
@talmet, feminism isn't a political group. An agenda, maybe, not a group. It is a defined way of thinking. You can't change the definition of a word just cause people are misusing it.
@Nyxa, haha, feminism isn't a political group! Hahaha!!!!!!
Wake up. It's a completely political group. It's a faction of the democrat party.
@talmet, oh my god. You can't call the ideology of equality between genders as being a faction of ANY political party. If anything, it is a world movement. You CANNOT ignore the definition of a word just cause some people misuse it. Don't say dumb things, please. The movement that is feminism is much larger than any political party. Feminism is a branch of equalism that focuses on the disparity between the genders, specifically from a female perspective. But it focuses to bridge the gap to insure fairer treatment for both men and women. Ya can't throw that in a faction.
A) feminism isn't the ideology of equality. That's equalitarianism. Feminism is for equal rights for women, which is why it is called "feminism"
B) In this country, every feminist organization is an arm of the democrat party, and has been for more than 30 years. They tend to be attack arms, and only attack political rivals of the head of the DNC. (I.e. No feminist organization spoke out against Bill Clinton who admitted having affairs with secretaries, has been accused of rape by more than 10 women, and settled a sexual assault case for almost a million dollars.) oh, not to mention he used to spend weekends with, and get flown around by a guy who was found guilty of owning underage sex slaves....but he is a democrat, so no feminist organization protested him, or did anything. Instead, they gave him awards.
@talmet, sighs loudly. That's sad, bro. But still. Feminism is a lot bigger than whatever political ins-and-outs are happening. Though I smell bullsh*t on what you are saying. Also, wtf are these "feminist organizations" you speak of? It isn't an organization, it is a movement. Also, you can't even define feminism without using the word "equality." It is a branch off the tree that is equalism/humanism. You even said it yourself "equal right for women." Equalism is all about equal rights and treatment for EVERYONE. Ya know who is part of EVERYONE, women. Why are we so angry about a word that puts focus on women? I've never met a feminist who sought to oppress men. Cause that isn't what feminism is. I have no idea why people get so angry about feminism or aggressive towards it. Almost any movement or way of thinking has a dark side where crazy people take the teachings and twist them up into something not congruent with the ideology. i.e. Radical Islamists. It's wrong.
@Nyxa, look it up yourself.
Who are feminist organizations? Are you joking, there are hundreds of them...I think the biggest is NOW.
You've never met a feminist who hates men? Ever heard of #killallwhitemen? Or men's tears? Look up "all men are rapists" If you haven't come across those things before, then you've been living in a vacuum.
No I'm not offended because there are women that actually do this and there needs to be a stop to it
The problem with this is that rape IS a problem and of the cases, most of the perpetrators are male. It is a huge problem at college and in some high schools. I personally know two people who were raped, and one other who would have been raped had a friend and I not intervened. So while no, most men are not going to rape people, if taking a class to reduce rape is all I need to do to reduce it then I'll gladly do it.
@Lord of Sloths, then there needs to be a similar class for women because, believe it or not, if 'made to penetrate' was included in the definition of rape, just as many men would be raped as women. Rape is not a gendered issue, it is a human issue
@Lord of Sloths, murder is even a bigger problem...so where's the classes to teach people not to kill people?
If classes worked, and actually reduced crime, then why not have classes teaching people not to steal, embezzle, con, have sex with minors (which is actually about equal between the genders of perpetrators if you include female teachers who often don't get charged.)
We can get rid of all of our jails. No more prisoners, no more court cases. Just have classes to teach people not to commit crimes! It's the perfect system!
Somehow I don't think throwing babies in dumpsters is as common as rape. I know it happens but It's hardly to an equal scale unless I've been kept in the dark about it. I don't think all men are rapists and I don't know anyone who does but this analogy seems like a stretch.
@HolyCatchphrase, I think it was meant to be like, "most men know that rape is immoral and wrong and don't have to be specifically taught that, because that's ridiculous." And then it's comparing it to how ridiculous it would be if women had to be taught not to throw babies in dumpsters. I'm not trying to voice a personal opinion, I'm just trying to decipher the meaning of the post.
@HolyCatchphrase, not like actual statistics report that men are raped more. We can all just go on false assumption because "men can't get raped by a woman."
And yes this actually was/is an issue with teenage women. Ironically tho, the term "dumpster baby" was originally referring to a child conceived in an alleyway (where dumpsters might be stored), instead of babies throw away in someway.
@The Megaton Bomb, okay but I do think men can be raped and I know babies get thrown in dumpsters sometimes. I don't think as many babies have been thrown out as people raped is all I'm saying. And I don't think teaching about consent and rape insinuates that all men are thought to be rapists or that women don't commit sex crimes. I'm not sure what you're arguing here but I hope this better explains what I meant.
@HolyCatchphrase, we are born with a "moral compass" if you will. Teaching that rape is bad is really, usually, not necessary since we already know it's bad and disgusting. Teaching children to be moral on a whole instead of singling out one issue would be much more effective.
@Hostile Orthrus, that's not a good argument considering we teach kids not to steal, bully, fight, break laws, talk back, lie, cheat... Anyway it's not like people who don't think rape is wrong don't exist.
@HolyCatchphrase, 90% of what you just listed falls under "breaking laws", another that you listed. What I'm saying is if we teach our children to be moral at all times in any situation, singling out an issue becomes redundant.
@Hostile Orthrus, bullying, fighting, talking back, lying, and cheating are not against the law. And teaching people "don't sleep with people who are passed out" is part of teaching people to be moral in all situations.
@HolyCatchphrase, 1) where is fighting not consider assault and where is assault legal?
2) there is a law against giving an officer a false name, ergo lying.
3) in most states, adultery is illegal.
4) intimidation and coercion are also illegal.
5) talking back is translated into disorderly conduct
Now that that's out of the way, if you teach people to follow all of the rules and laws, there is no need to single a specific law out.
@Hostile Orthrus, where is it illegal to have an unkind argument? Where is it illegal to lie to a friend, parent, or neighbor? Where is it illegal to cheat on a test or boyfriend/girlfriend? Where is it illegal to disrespect your parents, teachers, or boss with backtalk? Your argument there only works if you get pretty specific. Teaching laws doesn't cover all of "morality" and even then you have to teach laws individually like, for example, "don't rape people" because that is against the law
@HolyCatchphrase, I covered those specifically because that was the list you gave and said they weren't against the law so I gave you instances where they were. I really don't understand why you're arguing with me. I'm saying teach people to follow all rules and laws. "Don't rape people" would be one of those. You just don't have to single it out. If you're taught to be a good person, the rest should come naturally.
@Hostile Orthrus, I don't know why you're arguing with me either. I just meant those are only illegal in the instances you gave, thus the law doesn't solve all immoral acts. And if you're teaching the laws, you have to single them out in order to teach them. That's usually how things are taught. I don't get your point.
@HolyCatchphrase, what do you not get?
@Hostile Orthrus, oh duh now I get it. How simple. How has all of society not understood that until now? Go teach people to "be moral" by just telling them to be moral. Because "moral" can't be interpreted different ways by different people. I think we're just talking about different things so I'm going to leave it there
@HolyCatchphrase, children. Not people. The people you raise. Teach them to be moral. Unfortunately, not all people are moral, thus crimes are committed. You, assuming you're a parent, can have a positive impact by teaching your children to be moral. We're really on the same side here. My side is just a little more broad. You cannot control everyone. Teach the ones you raise to be moral and to look for the red flags of those that aren't.
@HolyCatchphrase, the difference is one has a statistical support for it's existence although it is still rare and the other is something that is a reality covered up to fulfill an agenda.
@HolyCatchphrase, whether the class insinuates that all men are rapists or not, depends on the class.
There was a story sometime last year, where a k-8 school had contracted a group to give speeches to their students about how violence isn't good. The principal assumed by the title of the group, and the title of the lectures that it was about violence by anyone, against anyone isn't good. However, during the assembly the speaker had every boy student stand up. The girls were told they should always be careful, because these were the people who would hurt them. And then the speaker told the boys to place their hands on heir heart and swear to never hurt any girl.
That's obviously an extreme case, but the only reason it even became an issue was that the principal happened to walk in to the assembly at the right time. So she stopped the assembly and sent out an apology to all the parents.
But all men are rapists!
@Magical Miser, this was a joke...
@Magical Miser, I'm a rap enthusiast, does that shorten to rap-ist?
@Magical Miser, uhm as a rich white male who made it big with a small loan of one million dollars, there is no such thing as rape *triggered*
@We dont say his name, rap-iast
I hope this isn't the start of meninists on here
@Sceptical Historian, I don't think this is really meninist, I think it's just pointing out the ridiculous double standard. It's egalitarian to say that men should have equal chance at custody as women, for example, not the satirical mockery of feminism that is meninism.
@Ruupasya, I agree that the picture it's self isn't really meninist but the site in the bottom corner seems to be. I could be wrong but it strikes me as being such.
@Sceptical Historian, yup, you're right. I just checked it out. They're redpillers.
@Sceptical Historian, Yeah, meninists (what a stupid name, should have been masculinists) are as annoying as modern feminists.
@ archiethesailor, Nah, since feminism comes from female, the male version should've been something like malinism. The word meninist always bothers me since we don't call feminism "womenism".
@Sceptical Historian, I've read a few articles from that website, it's a really good website that highlights real discrimination done to men. One of the worst stories I read on there was about a retired Marine who was beaten up by his wife. He didn't try to defend himself because he knew it would make things much worst in court. His wife knocked him unconscious by kicking him down the stairs of their house, then took their kids and left the house. The marine went to the cops to tell them what happened and ended up getting arrested because his wife accused him of assaulting her. He went to the hospital in handcuffs even though the wife didn't have a mark on her. After all of that, when they were fighting for custody of their kids, CPS tried their very best to keep the father from seeing his kids. They used his military record against him, saying that veterans are often too unstable to raise kids. That's about all I can remember about it.
@CriTiKa1, I thought feminist came from feminine
@Sceptical Historian, The term meninist is a satirical term used to point out how stupid feminism is, you do know that right??
Dammit, I thought not throwing babies in dumpsters was a valid argument
Oh god a sh!tstorm is a brewing.....
Waiter! There's a politics in my funny pics
Rapists are still out there, and people are still getting raped. Would you like people to stop teaching that it's wrong, just because you're annoyed of hearing it? How are they supposed to know who actually needs to hear it?
Well I was just going to read the comments, but I thought it would be rude if I didn't leave one myself for others to read.
Yes, that will do nicely, I feel better now.
Just a prom night dumpster baby
This was too random.
The pendulum may have swung too far the other way.
Someone said it
@Chillin on Altis, I'm s feminist and I wasn't even offended until they mentioned rape
@Gay Rattlesnake , Just curious but how did just the mention of rape (in this case saying it was common sense not to do it) offend you? I legitimately don't understand, could you explain?
@Cartoon Hangover, the mention of rape didn't offend me, "how men feel when they are taught that rape is wrong" offended me. Men shouldn't feel bad when they are told not to rape people
@Cartoon Hangover, I can see how I wasn't very clear
@Gay Rattlesnake , Yes they should. The fact that someone feels the need to tell me that rape is wrong implies that they think I wasn't smart enough to figure that out on my own. Men have morals and can figure out that rape is wrong on their own. It implies that you think that all men will rape at some point in their lives and that can only be prevented by people like you telling us that it's wrong.
@Gay Rattlesnake , it's not that men feel like rape is an ok thing, and that being told not to rape is annoying; the general population of men find it just as disgusting and horrible as you do. The picture is pointing out that it seems some feminists think all men need to be taught not to rape, otherwise they will become rapists. That is certainly not the case, and it feels ridiculous for some men to have to be told not to rape others because of a shaded view of the whole gender. So the picture is comparing that to throwing a baby in a dumpster, as I'm sure you would feel ridiculous and angry if people thought you had to be told not to do that.
@ZacharyHaleComstock, I am a man, and i don't think that men are born thinking that rape is ok, I'm saying that men learn that from society treating women like objects like in advertising and media
@Gay Rattlesnake , I would agree that in our society today there is a definite problem with how women are treated. Whether we are talking about the wage gap or the fact that women are often times afraid to walk alone at night because they could be assaulted, but the fact is that people don't always attack these issues in the right ways. For example I often hear people complaining that men make more money than women for the same job which is not true (in most cases) the problem is that men are given higher paying positions more often than women, which leads to men earning more on average. There is still an issue here but not the issue people attack. People want an easy fix like a man being paid more for a job than a woman, that's easy to stop, but getting people to promote more women isn't. This also applies to rape, I believe that we should absolutely stop shaming rape victims, and spread rape awareness. However it isn't necessary to tell a man that rape is wrong, he already knows.
@Gay Rattlesnake , But women are treated just like men when it comes to being objects. I mean, think about all those Hollywood actors that always have the girls drooling. Hell, there's two movies about male strippers. If that isn't objectifying then I don't know what is. There really is nothing wrong with it. Believe it or not, there are people who just want their looks to get noticed and nothing else. There are people who like being objectified. It's something that has always been around and will never go away.
Throw a baby in trash, bad. Kill the baby while in the womb, good.
@Bob8619, as long as it's disposed of properly.
@angrytacozzz68, Like sold?
@Bob8619, no like thrown into radioactive waste in the hope for superheroes! We'd have way more superheroes today if we agreed on this principal #TheMoreYouKnow
Funny Pics is getting less funny with all these serious stuff. TBH
@basicasianchick, not everything can please everyone. We all see things on here from time to time that we dislike. It's always been this way. It will always be this way. Complaining about that is pointless.
If you see something that you wish wasn't there, just keep swiping and move on.
THIS IS NOT FACEBOOK OR IFUNNY STUCKPIXEL. GET BACK TO WHAT YOU DO WELL AND GO BACK TO POSTING REPOSTS
@SchroedingerPussPuss, it's also not tumblr calm down with your caps lock fool.
@FFCrisisC, so I guess you didn't get the sarcasm right there at the end with the whole "posting reposts" thing and acting like this was IFUNNY/Facebook by using all CAPS? That's ok. Maybe someone will explain subtle hints.
@SchroedingerPussPuss, lol, i got it
This is a terrible justification of rape. I'm a man, and I hate misandry, but whoever said this needs some help.
@JMK7790, it didn't justify rape at all so I mean, carry on with your white knighting
@JMK7790, downvote if you want but this pic didn't justify rape, it defended men from the automatic accusation of being rapists. If you can't distinguish that difference then you're actually part of the problem this pic is speaking of
@JMK7790, you are not being a part of the solution, you are being part of the problem.
This post did not justify rape.
But you seem like exactly the type of ignorant person who will selectively ignore anything they see, read, or hear that disagrees with their preconceptions.
@JMK7790, You need help.
@I Are Lebo, don't you understand? Clearly if we don't blame all men for being rapists regardless of their actual actions then we are justifying rape. No rest till all men are in jail for rape whether they were even accused or not!
@Ollie Queen, 🙄
Ahem. I mean, every man in my life is a great person who wouldn't rape or otherwise take advantage of another human being... but, the percentage of men who rape is a hell of a lot higher than women who dump kids in trash bins. So maybe a lesson DOES need to be taught.
What people dont realize is: men ARE rapists. Genetically we are programed to do so. To fight. To steal. To kill. To rape... All of it. Its the fact that men have no help out there unlike women who are pampered over a stubbed toe in comparason. Instead of learning to live with sexual urges we have to force them deep down. Instead of having healthy relationships, some dumb whores will mess up a guys mind. Theres no excuse for doing somethin so bad, but i think there should be help out there to stop things at their roots
Ok guys, lets play is it political!
This...this is one of the stupidest things I've seen in a long time...
And men continue to disappoint.. how low can they go? And when will we know when they reach the limit?
@MayITakeYourHatSir, like only men rape and abuse people? Obviously it's not nearly as addressed but there are times that women rape others. How closed-minded can you be to think that all men stoop down to that level? I, as a man, find rape to be absolutely disgusting and foolish, as do most other men in the world. You're saying here that the general population of men doesn't know when to stop. I'm not a meninist, but there are lots of situations that some feminists completely disregard because of their view of women as flawless and perfect. News flash: NOBODY IS PERFECT. So get off you high horse and go out in the real world.
@ZacharyHaleComstock, I meant that men are disappointing in that there views on traditional women's issues are often nonsensical and even outright sexist. And on a more personal level, boys and men that I know have so much potential to be educated on these things that's just completely wasted.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, at this point I am pretty sure people downvote your comments in advance, seeing as they are rarely ever even mediocrely intelligent
@Can yew knot, Honey you just made up a word so don't talk to me about intelligence
@MayITakeYourHatSir, umm. Which word was made up?
@Hostile Orthrus, mediocrely
@MayITakeYourHatSir, definitely a real word. Means "in a mediocre fashion".
@Hostile Orthrus, You can throw whatever prefixes and suffixes you want on any word but that doesn't make it real.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, don't take the word of an Internet stranger. Google it. It'll tell you I'm not wrong :)
@MayITakeYourHatSir, when you try to make the other person look dumb and fail😂
@MayITakeYourHatSir, Look it up you brainless oaf. It's defined by all dictionaries and is a real word (adverbs buddy, ever heard of em'?)
@Le Bro Army, She only proves my point further 😂
Man I thought they were going to tell me to recycle babies instead this went a whole different direction
I may be like way behind or not caught up with the latest news but I can't say that I've seen or had people need to tell me that rape is wrong. I've always been raised to see such things as wrong and immoral and I've personally never really talked to someone who thought it was right, I've also like I before mentioned never seen anyone going around trying to tell others rape is wrong. Could just be me though
"Wow this will definitely be a huge talking topic in the comment section" *touch picture and check* *82 comments* *takes deep breath* *dives in trigger first*
I'm just a prom night dumpster baby...
Funny pics could u actually be funny again ??????????????????
Okey just a quick question. I noticed that my comment earlier has the most up votes, yet (for me, on my screen) it's ot showing it as top comment? I noticed this happens to me quite often.
@An Everyday Penguin, Downvotes cancel out upvotes. A single downvote can cancel the upvotes.
@NotYourFavorite, even so my earlier comment still has more up votes. I don't know. Not a big deal I was just wondering of it does that for others as well