There is a suburban phenomenon that I have tried (and subsequently failed) to understand: why do people with dogs walk the aforementioned dogs and allow them to use another person’s lawn as their dumping ground? Why, when you have your own front lawn and back lawn, do you insist on walking your dog several times during the day (and night) and allowing them to shit on my lawn where my children play?
There is an Internet phenomenon that I have tried (and subsequently failed) to understand: why do people leave comments on blog posts that serve no purpose other than to be unkind? Why, when they have the whole wide Internet to explore and discover, do they insist on sharing their vitriol somewhere where they clearly don’t want to be?
If you don’t like what you’re reading, feel free to use the ‘back’ button and crawl back into the dark hole from which your crawled.
Source: technology rocks. seriously.
I can be as mean-spirited, sarcastic, judgmental, and unkind as the next person but I certainly don’t fling my mean-spirited, judgmental, and unkind shit on other peoples lawns. This comment was the perfect reminder that trolls leave behind just as much shit as neighborhood dogs.
Feel free to disagree. Feel free to wildly disagree and even tell me why you think I’m (really) wrong. But if your dog shits on my lawn I will place it on the street so you can be reminded on your way home that I don’t appreciate having to clean up other people’s messes. And if you don’t like what you’re reading I also have no problem removing your shit from my blog because I don’t appreciate sarcastic tripe being deposited on my space on the Internet.