ITT:shit redditors do
>refer to youtubers as "content creators"
I agree that youtubers who make good animation and effects create content. Not the ones who just blog, talk over gameplay or edit together clips of whatever the fuck.
I love the way reddit users use apostrophes. I see so many "they're" used incorrectly. It's like someone corrected them once and they figured "ok so if i use they're every single time, I will look smart"
reuse the same fucking memes OVER AND FUCKING OVER AGAIN
here memes evolve, and ultimate memes are formed by fusing existing ones
but on reddit, they put no effort into it
so many people parrot the same crap for years on end, nearly every thread has some stupid fucking comment with 400 upvotes "Is this the hacker known as 4chan? XD"
Things 4channers do:
> Become so personally attached to their social media website of choice that they feel the need to constantly assert why it's better than other social media websites by making arbitrary critisisms involving "forum culture" and relating to the current year's brand of intellectual elitism/contrarianism.
You need to keep making these threads to convince yourself and all the nasal-breath chucklefucks that flood in from t/v/mblr that they're all still hardcore and enlightened for visiting this shithole when really 4chan today is nothing but Reddit: Unleashed.
>Reddit Gold? Thank you kind sir!
>Downvoting unpopular opinions so they are hidden
Not going to lie, I visit certain subleddits on occasion for latest news on whatever game/anime etc. The worst thing about this is the shit fanart/fan videos and memes that get in the way.
/r/foreveralone is fucking shit though
This was literally upvoted to the front page, and it was full of women going "OMG THAT IS SO TRUE" and whiteknights orbiting them
Second top post atm is some roastie whining that she is single after cheating on her bf
>can't use your and you're
>cant use to and too and two
>defend women anywhere and at any time
>defend third world subhumans
>use "..." when a normal person would use a comma
>"aren't the anti-SJWs just as bad, I mean come on it's 2016!"
>talk about girls
>shill for things they aren't
>pay for video games
WHAT THE FUCKING HELL? WHEN DID THEY ADD /R/EDDIT TO THE SPAM FILTER? REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>clumping baneposting with japanese autism shows
from that link
>That's a damn shame, because roast beef and loose women are my two favorite things--in that order. Our national obsession with discouraging women from being promiscuous is so strange to me.
reddit is fucking disgusting. anyone who posts on reddit are fucking disgusting also