Here’s One Way The Internet Teaches You To Be A Jerk
I hope I can impart a little wisdom and insight here, but then again, I'm not that smart. Also ***foul language ahead*** alert.
I love memes. Anything that can make someone smile is good by me. Some people use memes to express how they feel about things and others share things before they think them out. So let's get to the text of the "Unesscessarily Passive-Aggressive Meme Of The Week".
"If there is anything the last two years have taught us, it's that we need farmers and truckers more than we need actors and atheletes"
So let's dissect this piece of oh-shucks-cornbread-dipshittery. Yes farmers and truckers are crucial and the world would stop without them, but why is it necessary to shit on someone else instead of just honoring them? This idiocy wants to set up the fact that it's a binary choice that you can choose one group over another. How about we change it to this:
"If there is anything the last two years have taught us, it's that we need farmers and truckers more than we need plumbers"
Do you see how ridiculous it is now? It's also true. If you had to you could just go take a dump in a field but you still need people to grow your food and bring it to you. The fact is that we've always needed entertainers. Societies have had entertainers since the beginning of time. People need something to distract them from their problems. We need people from all walks of life doing all kinds of things to keep life wonderful. Oh, all except one:
"If there is anything the last two years have taught us, it's that we need farmers and truckers more than we people who post ridiculous memes on the internet"
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