Mahlo #fundie incels.is

When I hear that a bunch of normalfags kicked the bucket, It doesn't bother me at all

This has nothing to do with any animosity toward normalfags at all. I just don't care. When I hear 50 people died in vegas or a 100 in Laos, the only thing I think is "Kek, Thank god that wasn't me". I regard it with same level of interest I feel toward the weather report. Who cares? The truth is nothing I'm saying is controversial. YOU don't care. And you should stop pretending that you do care. That's what bothers me about normalfags. The sanctimony, the faux outrage. Changing your facebook avatar to a french flag doesn't mean anything. Stop pretending.

Every human being on this planet is 100% invested in themselves, their family, and maybe their friends/pets. Even the friends thing is iffy. Most people think of their friends as employees in their personal social business. If Tom, the guy who is sorta good at pool dies, you're probably just disappointed you have to fill a space in your social queue. Sort of like how an employer is disappointed when the guy who understands how to work the router offs himself. Gotta find a new guy! Darn!

If you heard that a bomb went off in your neighborhood, what would you think?

"Oh god, I hope it wasn't someone I know!"
And you would breath a sigh of relief once their names weren't called. Despite the fact that 100+ people could have died! You sleep easy that night. Why pretend? Maybe it's too horrible to admit that most humans are selfish cocksuckers who regard each other as warm bodies unless they're genetically related. Can't admit it, can we? Meh, I don't care. When I hear about a genocide, I kick my feet up, grab the remote, and jerk off to HD 1080p pornography. The clarity of the tiny ridges on the roastie's butthole. Jesus christ

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