Only 90s Kids Remember When Twitter Was Fun

It wasn’t too long ago when twitter was place where the sun was shining, the sky was blue, the rivers were flowing with fine wine and you could tweet any joke without having some self righteous asshole quote tweet you with a three page DBQ essay telling you why you’re tweet was offensive. As many self proclaimed twitter historians like myself will tell you, we are trending towards a great depression in the world of twitter.

Social justice warriors have become the fun police and completely hindered the experience of the one fucking thing that makes me laugh throughout the day and I cannot stand for it anymore.  Don’t get me wrong, I still get my fair share of laughs, but when somebody tries to make me feel guilty for laughing at something funny, that’s when we have a god damn problem.

If you have followed me for any period of time on the twitter, you know I have had many fucked up tweets in my day, but they’re all mostly facetious, I’m just trying to get these jokes off man.  Most people don’t believe the jokes they make, that’s why they’re fucking jokes.

The real tipping point for me was no doubt back on April 27 when that one girl posted a picture of her prom dress and some kid quote tweeted it saying “My culture is NOT your goddamn prom dress.”, and then proceeded to go on 50 tweet rant.  Like shut the fuck up man, it’s not that serious.  If somebody is actually being racist, or a piece of shit in general, I agree that we should out them.

 

But no doubt the WORST fucking thing are the viral quote tweets of people just saying “This is so MEE!!!” to a tweet that just says “naps are bae”.  I don’t think I have to go any further on what is wrong with this.

I don’t know if I can pinpoint where it all went wrong, but when a story comes out about a god damn rat eating pizza in the subway and a million people quote tweet it saying “pizza rat is so me” and they get 25k retweets, we have a problem.  We fucking get it, you’re relatable, everyone is the god damn world likes pizza.  Hopefully this blog has changed the minds of the whole world and we get back to the glory days.

 

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