>JUST (in caps)
>What did he/she mean by this
>What went wrong
/v/ has a lot of these.
>any permutation of "WE WUZ KINGS"
>any time someone uses the phrase "What are some games/Are there any games"
>"What do Yoshi's eggs smell like"
>"Reply to this post or your mother dies in her sleep"
Some on /tv/ as well, but /v/ really needs to get its shit together.
>dude lmao i just got done from driving my sonygger nintoddler wife's son from the cinema and she told me she got black and then that it was the wrong sub, what did she mean by this?
what went wrong in op's life?
t. Alberto Barbosa
What I don't understand is why mods are so slow to react to harmful trends.
It took moot months to do something when the first great reddit panic hit (what 2010 or 2011) and all the ironic shitposting it brought spread to all boards. Even when he did act, it was just filtering reddit and he removed the filter in a few weeks anyway.
I mean, fun slightly off topic threads that most users enjoy get deleted on sight but non-stop shit posts go unscathed.
On boards like /v/ there's a lot of clickbait type shit or troll posts.
Like if Sony releases a game and critics aren't really fond of it: HOLY FUCK SONY BTFO ON SUICIDE WATCH ITS FUCKING OVER