This gets posted every year so imma let you all the know the first post was facetious and nobody was actually seriously offended here. Yes people need to stop getting offended so easily. But people need to stop getting offended about people being offended so much too
@jouze, I’m offended that you think I get offended about people being offended.
@Jfosh, That's just plain offensive
@Jfosh, how offended could a sjw be offended if a offensive sjw could get offended?
@jouze, I definitely see more people who get triggered by sjws than actual sjws
@jouze, fr, I don’t actually see a lot of people getting offended about little things so much as I see people getting offended about “political correctness” and sjws trying to silence them
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, 8
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, an sjw would get offended as much as an sjw could get offended if an sjw could get offended
@K1l, confirmation bias
@big freedom, Nope, just an observation. There’s a reactionary anti-sjw movement. I see more memes making fun of sjws and youtube videos like “feminist sjw destroyed” than I see actual sjws complaining about whatever it is they complain about. Making fun of sjws was fun in like 2014, it’s just low hanging fruit now.
@K1l, if ya say so. I see a lot of videos of college cry babies railing against the most inoffensive things. It’s low hanging fruit because it’s ridiculously easy to mock people who are so eager to be offended. And we should mock them. Its asinine to be offended by most things let alone “women are biologically different from men”
@jouze, i think pink guy said it best in his song... i forget the name
@jouze, can we please just go back to calling each other fägs
@big freedom, those college cry babies are hand-picked by people intentionally trying to get a rise out of them, and then hundreds of videos and memes spawn from a couple of people being offended. So more people end up complaining about the sjws than there were actual sjws.
This is just from personal experience, but i’d say the college I go has a high percentage of liberals but i havent witnessed one person act like the sjws in the video. People take these tweets and individuals and then act like it’s some widespread epidemic that’s ruining the country.
And like maybe 5 people on the planet would get offended by “women are biologically different than men.” It’s such a small percentage that it’s a strawman, even towards the sjws
@K1l, dude.... what happens when a conservative speaker wants to speak at a college campus? What’s with all these antifa riots? Hell just at the place I work there a few sjw types that we all have to be careful when we talk around or they’ll try to label us as evil. Are you aware of the cancer that Twitter has become? They’re everywhere and they are the reason we can’t have nice things.
@K1l, nah, watch the video. Class disrupted by students when professor talks about the biological differences. They are not the norm and are a small percentage, but the vocal minority should absolutely be exposed for being kooks. Both left and right are opposite sides of same coin. Expose the kooks for what they are.
@big freedom, funny personal story. I had a required course for my Bio major, global connections (why??) where the topic depends on the professor. This one was about women in latin america (again, why?). So I walk in confused, and ask if I'm in the right class, or accidentally walked into a gender studies course, little joke. So on the course site where we have to write a bit about ourselves and all, I see a post from this girl whining about how some people might not take the class seriously and think women's studies is a joke. Of course it was the short purple haired cunt, who was obviously triggered by my joke
@Kangaroo Jacked, I love that we have required classes that teach oppressor/victim mentality. We don’t have enough actual victims, let’s make some up and show how bad males are to society.
@jouze, not EVERY year. Just most of them.
@Jfosh, I’m offended and I don’t know why.
But it’s your fault.
@big freedom, a lot of it is where you go in any of the communities of the internet. I saw a lot of the bs "outrage" (a.k.a. people that think the world revolves around them) from things like ShoeOnHeads videos or this app. Outside of these places, the forums and videos I visit dont have any of it (some sources blatantly obvious). I think theres a pretty good mix of the triggered and the triggered by triggered crowd. Though this is all from a personal perspective so take that as you will
@SkizleDNizleS, of course. You’re correct. I tend to find them because I enjoy mocking the sjw’s and want to expose them. That being said, it’s not as if they’re hard to find. There are many videos out there of people displaying incredibly childish behavior because they’ve been taught that to be offended is to be right. Infantilizing young adults tends to cause young adults to act like infants.
@Jfosh, The fact your offended about people thinking you’d be offended over people being offended offends me.
@jouze, I think people believed she was really offended because she has the “I get offended by everything” hairstyle.
Must be tough having Obnoxious Cvnt Disorder.
@ThePandaPool , of course Liberachi would downvote this. It hits him on a personal level.
@ThePandaPool , lemme guess the other 2 downvotes... K1I, and jouze?
@big freedom, lol. Suprising enough, they weren't any of the usual trolls. That's why I didn't call them out.
@big freedom, tbh i have downvoted a comment one time - a guy who genuinely defended animal abuse. I never downvote people who I disagree with and especially never a joke
Just realized this comment makes me seem a little defensive but i typed it out might as well send it
@K1l, funny thing is I vaguely remember this. I think I was part of that conversation, but may have had a different username at that point.
@ThePandaPool , yeah it was that Michael Fassbender dude. He said humans have a right to abuse animals like dogs becsuse we bred them or something like that
@K1l, I remember him. He was a genuine butt licker.
@K1l, yea yea. Wtf. It was so ridiculous that with all the conversations and comments I've made on this app, I remember that specific instance. That's funny.
I mean maybe romanticising and marketing mental illnesses just isn’t a good idea?
So the dude bought the shirt and posted a pic of him wearing it. And his underwear. And nothing else.
Hes ridiculously hairy.
Self diagnosed piece of shït. She is just looking for attention. Dumb cuńt.
If you truly had OCD, you'd use decent punctuation and better sentence structure.. probably
I have a question to pose to the community here. Do you all think this is just a trend in society today or do you think this is a massive shift in societal norms that we've held onto until today? And if this is a permanent shift, then is it a good thing that we are trending this way?
@Devils Conscious, it’s both of the first 2. We are an incredibly wealthy and soft nation. We’ve created an entire population that exists to be offended because people need to feel part of some sort of tribe. This one-upsmanship of being offended by nothing... it’s the narcissism of tiny differences all over again.
I’m afraid that the only thing that will reverse it will be some sort of giant catastrophe or huge world war. One of those is bound to happen.
The quote: “hard times create good men, who create good times, which create soft men, who create hard times” happens over and over again throughout history.
@big freedom, their victim hierarchy mentality has reached the point where they're even targeting black males as if they were white, because they're not as high on the oppression scale. Kevin Hart and the Heisman trophy dude are currently experiencing what "white privilege" is
@Kangaroo Jacked, “omfg 15 years ago you tweeted something everyone on earth used to say all the time! We must burn you at the stake” - People today