Yes, he did “tl;dr” his own status and he knew exactly what it meant. It’s like the cliff notes for what happened: for those who didn’t read it because it was too long and they couldn’t be bothered, a stranger did something today that restored his faith in humanity.
Yeah, sadly fake. It may have been a true story once upon a time, but it’s been around the block at least the last 10 years or so that I can remember. Bruce Lee even told this one (though in a slightly different form) in an allegory about fighting without fighting. So this lame ass did not witness this event, he’s just a-copy/pasta to make it sound like he did so his friends will think he’s so cool.
Shouldn’t tl;dr be at the top of his post, because if he put the “tl;dr” for people who thought the post was tl;dr, then they never read the “tl;dr” bit… so it’s retarded, redundant and … hey .. on the plus side, at least his copypasta was made out as if he said it.
Stubbyholder: Exactly my point. That’s why I asked if he even knew what tl;dr meant. Also, his summation of the event was less a summary and more a statement that only makes sense with context. People who didn’t bother reading the drivel would have no idea what his summation is supposed be conveying.
And my opinion of the post went from “blah” to “ugh” after some other posters mentioned this being a very old internet fake.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but we’re talking Brisbane, aren’t we, olh12345?
And I’m guessing it’s gotta be the south side of Brissie. Ooh, or like Ipswich.
Also, stubby and deviant, not that I promote the use of TLDR, but I believe some lazy bastards just jump straight to the end of posts instead of reading the entire thing. They’re the same people who, in highschool, read the first and last chapter of a book instead of the whole thing. They’re easy to spot: unkempt, smelling of sour liquor, waiting for the TAB to open at 9:30am every weekday.
^ It’s KillAll’s insignificance in real life that makes him believe that anything he contributes here, no matter how inane or just plain ridiculous, will mean that his life had meaning. Coz, you know, the internet lasts forever. This is his legacy.
KillAll = T1000. That’s the only way to logically explain the fact that two – count them, TWO – sub-human, chromosome-lacking, damaged chunks of DNA actually survived any kind of natural selection, and have made it onto the interwebz.
I mean, there JUST CAN’T be TWO! Right?? Oh, wait.