- I fear that wrath, there is no way I am touching this article. - Mr Jonzz 05:42, 15 July 2012 (EDT)
- Well, just remember that articles like this aren't actually about the article subject itself, they're about inflicting spaz attacks in moralfags and causing ~them~ to kook out and do incredibly insane, stupid things for the entertainment of others. They're basically "shock articles" or "shock humor" and what's funny about them isn't necessarily the content so much as the reactions they illicit from drama llamas. --Onideus File:Sig Rainbow Clouds.png 19:37, 18 July 2012 (EDT)
The alien spoof page on FaceBook that is. It should be back up again shortly though. People will just keep creating it and creating more of them the more people try and censor it.
I only played for a few hours but I managed to rack up about 30 self-destructed, "suicide threads", like this one:
Basically the idea is to flip their perceptions back onto themselves in order to forcibly manipulate their perspective and point of view, making them see themselves as the "bad guy" and regretting their actions, thus forcing them to delete their own post/thread. It's a form of reality manipulation art, invective word art and social engineering all mixed together. Lots of fun and very educational. ^__^
The FaceBook page. Here's something I posted on my FB page, parts of it could be used in the page/intro, feel free to edit/use as you like:
- The only real potential point of guilt here lies in the fact that her idiot parents are probably actively exposing her to the trolling side of things, in order to try and inflict a victimist perception into her, possibly with the intent to try and get her to cry and baaaw...with the ultimate goal of using it to further their blatant money milking melodrama scam.
- That's what happened with down syndrome "potato girl" Heidi Crowter, she was completely and totally oblivious to the fact that a single, decade old, childhood picture of her was used in an outdated, largely defunct meme.
- But her parents wanted her to play victim so that they could cash in with a giant pity party. So they went and exposed the poor girl to the material, made her feel horrible about herself and then promptly phoned up every other news media outlet to come and do a story, parading their baaawing down syndrome daughter around like a circus monkey, begging for "free stuff" and a great big unending pity party the whole time.
- The fact is, quite a number of kids suffer from horrific diseases, abnormalities and the like...but the difference between AAAAAALL those thousands of kids and the rare "pop-ups" like Heidi Crowter and Adalia Rose...is that their parents don't run around the Internet making BILLBOARDS out of their children and their sob stories in order to try and get "free stuffs" from bleeding heart moral fags who "feel bad" for them.
- And that's what really inspires all the trolling and mockery, it's in direct response to that blatantly greedy exploitation of innocent children with terrible problems. And such trolling forms are never actually about the direct subjects, rather they're designed specifically to target the ENABLERS of such horrifically unethical and immoral behavior.
Re-wrote most of the segments
I re-wrote most of the shit again, it may not be the best but I hope a skilled editor would be able to grasp the straws and see the direction? I used part of the Facebook post someone submitted, too lazy to re-check the name.
Facebook took it down again. thankfully I found a similar page
Fagical Fairy God Mother
Troll away guys, only her idiot mother and her friends will be seeing it!
PS - If I had pick one uber horrible life ending childhood illness to have...seriously, Progeria? ...really not that bad on the whole. Go watch a toddler die an agonizing, horrific, SCREAMING death from the measles...then we'll talk.
I feel an ominous feeling coming from this article, I'm too scared to go near it.--milwin 01:55, 11 August 2013 (EDT)