the Impeccable Troodon
Joined Oct 16, 2012 at 10:48PM EDT
More like BORED Art Online.
Further supported by the fact that he liked The Smurfs movie, and plays Roblox and Minecraft. Typical nine-year-old who needs to learn how to use the internet before opening his yapper.
That’s because its fanbase consists of 12-year-olds who believe they are part of an elite secret society, when they are actually just yiffers.
You really have to wonder what kind of deranged mind was behind this post.
Remember when Slender Man wasn’t a Pewdiepie fad among prepubescent boys?
Seriously, though… who said this way okay?
It never ends…
People always use the media as an excuse to warrant ignorance. Everyday, I swear, I see the news and another report claiming watching SpongeBob is making kids stupider. People need to stop blaming irrelevant things and focus on the real issue here. You know what’s making kids stupider and violent? Bad parenting, or a lack thereof. It’s not because they KO’d Scorpion in MK9.
Hah! Now where’s a feature-length film?
People can be stupid.
Agreed with Vinh and Yetii. The key word here is learned. If anything otherwise, they would have said given or acquired from.
Really nothing wrong I see in this. Not like the guy’s actually abusing the baby. Maybe a bit rough, but same as a parent spinning their child in the air. The baby is not totally phased and looks to be having fun based on its laughing. If the baby were truly upset, it would show.
I don’t care what anyone else says. I think this is funny.
This article needs to be given a chance. Take tumblr and Youtube, for example. It’s all kinda caught on. Check “jimbles notronbo” on Google Trends, and you’ll see that the searches literally just shot up earlier this year. It’s lasted longer than “amanda todd” and “unflattering beyonce” – both of which were extremely short-lived and are still being “researched and evaluated”.