this is an appreciation post for anyone who has ever tolerated me
Regarding Awful Youtubers, I know it’s okay to “like what you like so long as you admit it’s problematic” but at a certain point you’d think it’d be brought up? Like, sure you think it’s funny when they shout at video games, but glossing over all this stuff? Never talking about it at all? That just contributes to an online culture where “internet celebs” can do with anything short of murder and still be adored and defended
- baby: m....m...m
- mom: mama? ma? mommy?
- baby: m...m...
- baby: m..mY ANACONDA DONT
omfg so today I saw a man and a woman holding hands in public, i mean i don’t have anything against heterosexuality but don’t flaunt it in front of me, think of the kids omfg
I don’t have anything against it either. I really don’t. My best friend is straight, but like, keep it in the bedroom you know?
why is catcalling called catcalling? i like cats and i would quite like them calling me to see how i am or to make plans to meet for brunch, catcalling should be called something more accurate like asshole screeching or insecure masculinity
I put “like what you like so long as you admit it’s problematic” in quotes back there because yes, that’s true, we all like problematic stuff, but with online entertainers there’s such a direct dialog between creator and consumer. That dialog SHOULD be used to discuss these things. Quietly saying to yourself “it’s okay, I admit it’s problematic!” to yourself as you listen to Jontron scream the n word doesn’t do jack, lil buddy
Those aren’t the magic words to get your fave out of jail free. Sometimes you gotta face the ugly truth and be vocal about what Ain’t Right with the internet