People that you can't take seriously
>People who overuse the word "like"
>Born in April
>People who own Macbooks
Not OP, but April is a very feminine month. Guys like Hitler were just compensating. No one born in the month should be treated any better than a woman.
Is this real life? there can't someone more retarded than OP, but you are a clear exception to that rule.
wait what if ima black fat millenial pacifist art major who was born in april, watches anime and manga, owns a macbook and like is a communist
Anything is upgrade to April but June is still shit-month tier
Wow, you really contributed to the argument.
January is one of the most manly months there is. Cold winter breeds strong men.
He's not, a lot of people agree that April is the worst possible month to be born in and it's also the month that people hate the most, if you think about it there rarely is anything notable in April except April's fool day. That says a lot
>a lot of people agree that April is the worst possible month to be born in and it's also the month that people hate the most
OP here, I made a sort of chart for the months since a lot of people seem confused.
Ranking of each month
Apr- the worst of them all
Jun- shitty, but borderline meh
Aug- slightly shittier than June
Plus the waste land by T.S elliot
Natalia Poklonskaya was born in march, so march is the best month.
Not at all, have you thought about why you're so defensive about April yourself? I never attacked you personally and you're spewing insults in every post?
That's blasphemy against Santa!
See the OP's OP. Granted, the autism adjective isn't meant to be that offensive- this month-bashing nonsense is tantamount to assigning feelings to shapes, or having favorite numbers while outright avoiding others.
I can't take that seriously.
OP must be jewish!
>born in April here
The April gem stone is a diamond plus anyone born is April is a Aries and that makes them a very likeable person. Last time I check also April is in the top months where it has the least amount of births close to November and august is the most. If anything august is a crap month. It just sounds aweful anyways..
Haven't read anything truer all day.
I think it's moderately interesting how many bad things coincidentally happened during April. I'd be inclined to say, that if one were to give any of that credence, the fact that one is still alive after being born in a month, that should have swallowed them instead, is worth a medal.
Unless it's just a coincidence. And, you know what's more dull than life coming back to the "world" during rainfall, sunshine, and gradually increasing temperatures? A dead world covered in frozen liquid crystals that eventually collapse into a dense solid due to their combined weight, complete with low light levels, exploding trees, and the biting, bitter, cold that is the abyss.
I like winter. But April is a hell of a lot more exciting than, say, the middle of January. Shit actually hits the fan in April, apparently. That, and standing in a heavy downpour is better than standing in a blizzard.
The amount of shitposting in this thread ... I can smell all the Australians
> the fact that one is still alive after being born in a month, that should have swallowed them instead..
>that should have swallowed them instead..
You're talking about conception, not birth.
>People who overuse the word "like"
all but fucking one >Born in April
>People who own Macbooks
I was talking about birth. The
>should have swallowed them instead
Isn't an attempt to be cute. It's there because the month should have swallowed them whole, as in, aborted them. As in, ruined their chances of being born.
If only that were true, but in the modern age, we see bullying and harsh paternal discipline leave a child weak, small, and unable to stand up for themself. Which is why everyone hates april.
In the modern age, antibodies still benefit from attacking the "dead" husks of viruses and pathogens, let alone the "living". But, now it just reads like you dislike April due to some form of parental abuse, or constant bullying.
And I mean, in the modern age? When exactly in the modern age? 1970? 1983? 1912? 1994? 2006? Because I recall a plethora of stereotypes since the last 30 years that suggest the near opposite of a world where parental discipline even exists in some measurable form. Bullying... sure. But if words, which can be curtailed and censored by individuals who choose to reap the rewards of current year, hurt someone more than a few sucker punches to the face, then I feel bad for those souls.
You forgot to add women to your list.
Hitler was born in April and he's a pretty cool guy. Other than that list looks good.
Antibodies? That's biology, not psychology.
The parental abuse/bullying/whatever was an example that 'what doesn't kill you doesn't make you stronger', not a point to the argument that april sucks. Modern age means whenever relevant.
Here's an example as to why someone in april sucks. He used the word 'aw..' which is incredibly unmanly and degenerate. I cannot take that person seriously.
That's... okay, so the parental abuse example was an example meant to deal with psychology. Does including an example with biology somehow make the example irrelevant, if we're going to ignore the premise that April either sucks or is fine, on the basis that "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger", ?
I just seek to let you know that no two people are the same, and that the majority of this is fairly irrational and fairly degenerate to begin with.
I could debate the fat people and the commies.
If it's an identity politics communist, kill it with fire.
If it's a worker's class traditional one, I'm cool with them.
Also, a lot of fat people are pretty damn jolly, as long as they realize being fat is bloody unhealthy, and don't call any person saying you need to lose weight as a "fat-shamer".
August Master Race reporting in.
August is the best month.
>No gay pride parades scheduled.
>Niggers are all too busy being stoned to cause trouble, it's the end of the summer.
>All the summerfags start to leave.
Firstly, yes biology is completely irrevelvant, as we are talking about the psychology of a child born in april.
Secondly, this entire thing is irrational and nonserious, which is what makes it fun.
Wrong thread man, we're arguing about months, not common opinions that normies hold.
I can get behind that.
>this entire thing is irrational and nonserious, which is what makes it fun
What? No, I started with the idiom. If anything, I would be the one to steer the context of the idiom. You simply mentioned a psychological example afterwards. The virtue of that example having a psychological bent does not, reasonably, preclude an example with a biological bent from being of equal merit.
I mean, if we are to get into the nature of the child, you simply can't hand-wave biology. I mean, you can, but that would be exactly what you would be doing. There would be holes. For example, how do you have/consider the psychology, without the biology, when not stating any other quantifiers otherwise, save for spooky April at a distance?