Do you suffer from the crab mentality, robots?
>Crab mentality, sometimes referred to as crabs in the bucket, is a way of thinking best described by the phrase, "if I can't have it, neither can you."
No my fellow human, my senses never indicate that I am a crab. I am a humanoid just like you and would never be behind this computer typing as a crab lying to you. Yes, yes. I'm no crab.
I wouldn't say I'm a crab as its a bit different:
"I don't care if I can't have it, what I want is for you not to get what you want."
I only act like this to people I dislike though.
Look, mac. We both know you're going to deny this, but you're trying to force the phrase "DNA junkie," and you have been for a few days now. I'm calling you out as an act of kindness. It's a shitty phrase. It doesn't innately convey anything about the meaning you've ascribed to it, and even the connotations are janked up. Give it a rest. This is coming from someone that tried to force "grainboys" for three weeks.
I am not trying to "force" any memes. I am just nailing my flag to the mast in efficient terms. When I say "DNA junkie" people will immediately understand I am characterizing life and more importantly reproduction as a perverse cycle of addiction.
I'm quite the opposite. If something good that I want happens to an acquaintance of mine, I'll go out of my way to congratulate them and tell them how awesome it is, and do so quite sincerely. It's better that it happens to some than to none.