• yetAnotherUser@lemmy.ca
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        It really not contradictory, but rather hypocrite. I wasn’t finding the right word when writing that comment.

        I say this because that person first orders the other to touch some grass, but then immediately teases them for not using a registered Wikipedia account, which kinda sounds like something that only a person who hasn’t touched grass in a long time would do…

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          Wikipedia actually is pretty good enternanment platform.

          When you have an account it recommends articles to you which sometimes are pretty hilarious or just generally intresting

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    10 months ago

    Equivalent to saying Dnd originated from mexico because my dungeon master is Mexican.

    Just because a gay guy smoked pot doesn’t make stoner culture gay

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      If you read the article it says the saying was popularized in 2019 after a stoner YouTuber came out as gay or something

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        “Popularized” specifically removes the provenance.

        Look there’s a whole entertainment complex of entertaining Gen Z with culture that’s older than them, repackaging the same jokes into short form because they don’t have access to the same TV and movies. But don’t let them just own these words like they are brand new.