I once karmawhored in r/mademesmile by posting a news story about two porn actors proposing to each other after filming a gay orgy sceneBecause any shit that they want can be “wholesome” and therefore intrinsically good
“This barber just gave free haircuts to convicts up for parole”
“This trans child is educating kids and adults alike about intersectionality”
“8chan just got shut down and it’s being replaced by a puppy charity that donates its proceeds to fight trump and racism”
Anything can be wholesome. And that’s why they’re so keen to use it
Those people are just tranny versions of those neo-hippie, native-american/Buddhist fetishizing basic beckies that never shut the fuck up about positive vibes and staying away from negative energies despite being toxic cesspools.I don't have an issue with the "wholesome" content itself, but it annoys the hell out of me when people base their entire social media presence around how "wholesome uwu" they are. It just seems really fake to me I guess.
People tend to crave what they lack in their lives, even if the way they pursue these things is through conveniently packaged lies or saccharine illusions. People are weak and helpless.
These are right on the money.Because any shit that they want can be “wholesome” and therefore intrinsically good
Yikes at Lauren Loomer/Laura SouthernBrave the World had a really good video (ignoring presentation aspect) analyzing this.
That sounds much, much worse than the fake wholesome shit. Edgy, ironic stuff makes me wanna uppercut these nerds.There was a fairly short period on reddit where the hot memes were double-ironic edgelord shit where the punchline was always about suicide and nihilism