MySpace Manners as Interpreted by a Little Kitten
Dear Discouragement Kitten:
I have a MySpace etiquette question I would like to ask you. If your “friend” has a profile song that you really really like, is it rude to put the same song on your own profile? And if so, is there a statute of limitation, with when passing, said act would no longer be considered rude or “biting”?
Dear Manners confused:
What the fuck ever gave you the idea that I’d be a good source for proper fucking etiquette? Is my blog titled Dear Fucking Manners Kitten? No, it’s Schadenfreude - which loosely translated means enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others.. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way – who the fuck cares? Put the fucking ass cramming song on your profile – if your asstarded friend gives a cock – well then that’s a good indicator of what you’re dealing with. Do you really want to deal with people that have worries like that float to the fucking top of their stink stack?
While I’m ruminating on the issue – bad MySpace manners:
- Reporting a profile to the MySpace Gestapo because your feelings are hurt – or because you weren’t sharp enough to butt rape them in type written confrontation.. Come on folks - lose with grace. Move on, no one will remember in a week.
- Creating malicious profiles that have no basis in fact because you’re not smart enough to outwit someone. Why make yourself look more fucking stupid? (these are especially funny though when littered with poor spelling and at best questionable logic).
- Creating fake profiles reaming someone for being a pile of stinky vag gravy. Some things are too good to pass up. Just keep it between you and your friends.
- Creating, maintaining or participating in blog groups to make fun of the morbidly obese, heinously slutty, fuckliciously retarded or anyone else that eye and/or mind rapes you by blasting their cocktardedness all over you – it’s probably in poor taste to search these out (although permissible because it’s funny) – it’s absolutely 100fucking% OK if they send you a friend request…
Get the Cock Over It:
I’ve seen a few bulletin complaints go by bitching about reposting content without crediting the original person that posted it. Godcockingdammit – who cares? Most the time the original post isn’t original content either. It’s just something you found funny or enlightening – so someone has the same sense of humor or ideology you have – who cares. Do you want credit for laughing at someone else’s work? Who are these shitcock losers that police bulletins looking for uncredited reposts? Unless the content you posted was spawned from your own noodle – get over it. If you wrote it, made it or shit it – clearly state it in the bulletin and say that you’d like credit.