'I Am Aware Of All Internet Traditions'
Need a new Internet Slogan now that all your other old, worn-out slogans were used up by Weezer or immigrants? Here is one for you, only a day old and still pretty much used up like Krusty's porn: I am aware of all Internet Traditions. What the hell? We will tell you, and you'll feel dumber for it.
Remember that "God DAMN Whitey" porn tape of Michelle Obama and Hitler that doesn't exist? Well, somewhere out there in the foreclosed working-class subdivision called Dingbat Falls, people are still leaving blog comments about such things. And then somebody on a libtard blog "quoted" something from a wingnut blog but the "quote" was actually a sarcastic summary BUT THAT MOTHERFUCKER PUT IT IN A BLOCKQUOTE.
(Seriously, it is cool if you do not look at the Internet again before, say, October. We won't take it personally.)
About 36 hours ago, a Righteous Shitsack leaves the following gem on this lefty blogspot:
I am aware of all internet traditions and also of literary conventions in which placing something in quotes or in a blockquote means that your are quoting that person.
Perfect! Instant Internet "meme," right there.
And look, it was already used up yesterday. Rick roll, Yoda talk, Church sign generator, FSM, Moran guy, LOLcats, Series of Tubes. Done, over.
By Monday there will be "I Am Aware Of All Internet Traditions" papercraft-LEGO robot dildos (without DRM) on Boing Boing.
The Internet: It sucks.
UPDATE: Commenter GopherIt v.20, for the win: