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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by Bretimus_v2, Feb 17, 2012.
I don't think I've ever been to Reddit.
I used to complain about memes like you do, then I took an arrow to the knee
Think 4chan but everyone has their head up their own ass, and if you disagree with the majority opinion they can silence you. And they create a lot of content like this.
It's the type of site that's reeeeally into memes.
I'm aware what comes out of there, but I've never been, nor do I want to. Same with 4chan, though I do think I've tried visiting once and just couldn't understand how it was organized.
I visit very few websites for somebody who fucks around online all day.
That is just how most people work. When someone comes across a funny joke, they tell their friends. The problem with the internet is that communication is so easy to do that everyone is repeating the same joke. Now repetitive jokes can be fun when used in context, but there is always that one asshole who doesn't really get it and makes the joke all the time, taking all of the funny out of the joke. On the internet, the chances of you meeting that asshole are raised by like 5,000%.
You also can't really pick and choose the people you talk to as much as you can in real life over the internet. In real life there isn't the random asshole spouting random nonsense because 1)that makes anyone look completely retarded, and 2)people usually only talk to people that they like spending time with.
My point is, memes and the internet isn't really that much different than real life. It is just that on the internet, self-censorship doesn't happen as much and the social dynamics happen pretty fast.