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If you haven't spent an afternoon reading Grindr, well, you're missing out.
I give a shit. I think posing for a photo for a fuck app next to a memorial is unforgivable. It's unbelievably insensitive and ignorant. If it's true these people should be ashamed of themselves.
I just don't get, for the life of me, why any "liberals" would have a sudden requirement to "defend" some random thing that happened somewhere. Without their knowledge or involvement or it having anything to do with anything.
Spookycolt - 3 days ago a bicycle was stolen in Amsterdam. By a THIEF. Defend this thiefs action! Defend this theft!
Ah ha! You can't. I KNEW it!!! You can't defend it!
Does this make sense?
Last edited by Dr.Knuckles; 27th March 2017 at 02:17 PM.
Although I don't get why taking a picture a memorial is bad? Maybe not being all smiling and joking and doing yoga poses on the wall or taking topless pics, but taking a picture of you there doesn't seem disrespectful to me
It's specific and doesn't mention other groups doing so don't call it flamebait just because you don't like the topic.
This story's three years old.
I guess this is a thing for lazy millenials, but Spookycolt doesn't look at straight sites I guess.
Auschwitz selfie teen Breanna Mitchell is unrepentant as memorial posing trend grows | Daily Mail Online
Well if The Daily Mail said it happened, it happened, but totally not the way they're describing it, with 80% of the important facts omitted and with ridiculous made up stuff added in that makes either young people or foreigners or Muslims look like idiots.