Now there is a YTMND page as well. That means something, I think.
David Loves Vriska
Joined Dec 03, 2011 at 11:19PM EST
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David Loves Vriska's Forum Posts
So, Fox News was filming a carjacking, but when the guy appeared to be unstable, the anchor said to cut off, but the cameramen did not. Suicide was broadcast on live television. Here are some examples of image macros of it: Smith as he yelled to cut off: How do I make the images...
Here’s something I typed up like 2 weeks ago on the matter: [Circlejerk] is essentially a subreddit where redditors mock some of the tropes and cliches of reddit in general (karmawhoring, for instance -- usually threads on circlejerk invite people to upvote, which is a not-so-subtle jab at the way redditors make thinly veiled requests for upvotes). They also frequently make fun of specific threads. For instance -- you’ll see a thread on the frontpage titled “what is the craziest story that has ever...
Both, because oftentimes other subreddits are accused of circlejerking, and especially derivative subreddits such as /r/PokemonCirclejerk, /r/MinecraftCirclejerk, /r/MetaCirclejerk, /r/Magicskyfairy, and /r/MylittleCirclejerk, just to name a few. So I mean for the most part the actual subreddit and its derivatives, but also its memes such as SO BRAVE, its near-godly cult of personality of Ron Paul, (by far the bravest contender, by the way) in a manner systematically parodying general reddit, its willing...
Circlejerk on reddit – I want to write an entry on it, but don’t know where to start. It’s obviously a (profusely brave) subculture, but when did “So Brave”, “Literally Hitler”, etc. take off? I know it’s a community dedicated to parodying reddit in general, but don’t have many facts. What do?