Now that Iíve actually seen the site, I find it extremely childish. If the majority of your humor consists of well placed profanity, then your level of intelligence is probably on par with an 8th grader. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if this was designed by some pompous idiot in 3rd period computer class who thinks he's just teh 1337.
I take offense to that... Really, I do... My humour consists mostly of British comedy, which is on a MUCH higher level than "well placed profanity," which, although sometimes hillarious, is hardly worth the effort. In this case, it appeals to the part of me that is immature. Everyone can appreciate immature things, at whatever age: you just have to be feeling it. Right now, it's a great escape from work-work-work-work-work. Plus, I have a lot of crazy friends who are also very mature, but--like me--like to let their immaturity shine. Plus, if I had the intelligence of an eigth grader, why would I be enrolled in some of the most challenges classes at my school for a sophomore? How could I handle them? How could I be mature enough to do so? Really, people: THINK before saying crap like this. It's fricking insulting. If that was your intent, then I suggest you seriously reconsider yourself.
EDIT: If this wasn't a personal riff, I apologize for the message. But still, everyone should take it to heart... The last thing this world needs is more hypocrites and bigots.
Post edited by: JediJoker7169, at: 2005/12/18 09:56
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