bravo, wow, "Snowflake", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?
Next you reply back with "triggered", than I stop posting, then you feel smug with yourself for a short span of time before sinking back into depression, which you'll deny you have. After all, you want to make sure everyone on the internet thinks you're a winner because no one you know in real life would ever tell you that. No one "irl" cares about you enough to lie to you, and you're too unpleasant a person to be pitied.
But fear not! The length and intensity of my reply indicates that you've gotten under my skin, meaning you really did win, didn't you? After all, having emotions on the internet is a sure sign that someone has lost an argument. You know this, and so you've taken great pains to never display even a trace hint of emotion, here or in real life. (As a free hint, look into this and how it interacts with aforementioned depression). Displaying feelings is weak, feminine, and a telling trait of shit-eating liberal whiners. The fact that I've gone to such lengths to respond to you means you've won the emotional cold war. Except that this is a copy-paste I wrote up ages ago to deal with assholes such as yourself. So this requires as much involvement as your typical smug-anime-girl post. All I have to do is set up the opening of this rant to match your specific half-baked comment and fire away. So, maybe take the time you would have spent on your next comment examining the state of your life and the values you hold, you walking antithesis to human worth.>>52280614
I won't pretend to know more than I do, it's definitely a complicated issue. I'm all for letting people do what they want so long as it doesn't hurt others. The line between personality and psychosis is pretty goddamned thin, in my mind. I think it's up to the person in question to decide whether they want to indulge or eradicate those sorts of tendencies.