Agree.VoReason wrote:Quoted for emphasis.JJB wrote:It was a nasty joke. It does show though
a) people should save their work
b)Non-Chart users have ridicule for people who like that stuff
c)people who over-re-acted cannot simply return with any credibility! They'll be forever be labelled 'drama queens'.
There was a lot of comment on the lines of 'get a life'. You could say that to anyone who goes on the Net. I rarely do ( I mean for 'social' reasons). It was odd one group of Internet Forum users ctiticising another for this...lol!
I also feel very sorry for the people who spent the last couple of days saving their data in panic.. Just because you're:
-in on the joke
-not fussed about chart data
doesn't excuse some of the hate that a lot of people who overreacted (as I still think it was a bit OTT by some) got.
Really!?Thriller wrote:I didn't realise how one little comment on Facebook would become so important... I feel lives have been changed and hopefully we have grown as people.
This - the memes were also hilarious!Spartan wrote:I don't think the actually joke itself was that funny (as it was kinda obvious that the site wouldn't close), but it led to some hilarious reactions and that made it decent.
And this really has to mean something if I use such a vocabulary... I still feel "pissed"!theArmy wrote:!!serbia95riri wrote:Oh my... if this joke caused Timmy saying explicit word, then it's hella funnyTimmy94 wrote:Everyone who was participated in this "joke" is a serious asshole !