Every single “humorous” picture posted on facebook has ‘em: Joke Killers. They comment something trying to be funny and utterly fail. My new wordpress page is here to recognize and celebrate these humor leeches – sucking the blood out of a joke to make themselves look funny and leaving nothing but a lifeless shell in their wake. Why can’t they just starve to death?
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Well it started with somebody posting the Vague Status Update that somebody else had posted in their newsfeed on FaceBook:
“A newfound interest in Massachusetts
22 hours ago·”
to which people left the following comments:
- A**** A****: Great place to bring the newfies.
-Me: great place to start a forest fire.
-E**** S****: Love the weather!
-E**** S****: And the landscape!
-Me: I really like Massachusetts for their roving packs of killer wiener dogs.
-M*** H**** N******: Splendid place to kill drifters.
Well, for my second comment I had originally wrote roaming, but was wondering if roving would be a better word. So I went to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary page to find out. At the bottom they had a thing asking you what you were gonna use the word for, and you could reply through your FaceBook profile, so I did:
“I was trying to decide whether to use roaming or roving in the sentence “I really like Massachusetts for their roaming/roving packs of killer wiener dogs.”"
I don’t know how long it’ll stay up, but here is the link to it.
Which then prompted me to make a picture for it: