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If you're going to call someone out on spelling, firstly shouldn't you spell correctly yourself, and secondly, shouldn't you actually quote a spelling mistake?
I mean...it's quite late and I'm a little tired....but i see no error, except in your post?
Originally posted by pazcat
What happens if you dont think its a given that they are aliens and they are invading, when they are just clearly humans with to much time on their hands and possibly a little mad. Would that then mean that any human who gives them that Alien title is possibly mad too? I would hope not, but as a human my concern would be enhancing our race for the better and to not let it sink into a dilusional abyss full of cosmic wombs, chosen ones, hearing voices, pretty colours and ignorance.
Originally posted by SonicInfinity
reply to post by Dewm0nster
It's only "good work" to those who haven't seen this hundreds of times before. The OP is basically following a rubric that he has followed for many of his past threads. The fact that he's using the word "memes" instead of "fads" shows there's an extremely high chance this user posts on 4chan, and if he posts on 4chan, there's also a chance he's had a lot of trolling experience. When one's "trolling status" is at a high enough level, it becomes very hard to discern whether it's trolling or what the poster actually believes.
The way the OP is typing out his posts is obviously meant to annoy. There's no getting around that. NOBODY speaks like that in real-life conversations without the intent of annoyance. Imagine saying "Disclaimer: *insert paragraph here*" EVERY time before you said something new. Having a disclaimer on the first post of a topic is fine if it's about a controversial subject, but EVERY post afterward?
The repetitive formatting, the wording, and the overuse of emoticons shows me what purpose the OP's topic is meant to portray.