Channers don’t do satire anymore

My past came back to haunt me, a random posted this to many people, which happened to have included me.

I regret posting this.
Like, you can see my writing style ooze out of it and I feel dirty.
The longer I stare, the worse it gets.

I’m having an existential crisis over my own troll of trolls, I’m trolling myself and I can’t figure out a way to make it stop. There isn’t a term for this. Instead I’m posting it because it’s funny in 2017 for all the wrong reasons.

Normies is now a known term.
The ironic misogyny is no longer.
The 50s kitchen advert joke has totally lost context.
I haven’t seen a single person question the meaning of For Chan.
It’s a mess.
I fear this year may be the one I get bored of the internet.

Let it burn.

All of it.

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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