With the anonymity on the Internet and all, I know it can be a tough decision whether you should be a trolling troll or not. H. Caldwell Tanner and Rosscott Nover help you figure it all out with this comical flowchart.
[Rosscott, Inc. via Laughing Squid]
Huh, I should try that the next time I want to demonstrate smug superiority over some subclass of people on the internet – instead of typing “you’re a huge dick,” send hours in a graphics program making a chart that literally says “you’re a huge dick,” and act like I’m not passive-aggressively arguing with everyone on the internet who argues with people, while simultaneously giving all those people a new image to copy-paste into discussion threads as an insult to anyone who disagrees with them.
I mean … I get why you’re showing this: it’s funny. But it’s much, much, more meta-stupid than it is funny.
OMG, DataShade. OMG.
Your mom is meta-stupid!
How does that even make sense?
Thanks for posting our meta-stupid and somewhat funny comic!
Nice flowchart, jackass. You know who also made nice flowcharts? The Nazis at Auschwitz.
Im guessing ur on of the people who reached level 5, lol.
BWAhAHAHAH! I love it!
This graphic is very wrong.
It’s no coincidence that Prof. Internet is depicted quite literally as a pussy on this chart.
I’ll get fat following the cat´s advice XD
10 sandwiches later..
Professor Internet is a pussy! He has had people beat him up on the internet so many times his only recourse is to make a page such as this to let his frustrations out.
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