This Plate of Food Triggered the Most Insufferable Person on Twitter Today
Twitter is a horrible place full of horrible people who have horrible takes about horrible ideas. The platform may have been a good idea at first, but these days no one even joins it unless they want to go on the hunt attacking people who disagree with them. Cancel culture is because of Twitter. Our current political climate is because of Twitter. We have to have national conversations any time five idiots have the same stupid opinion ... on Twitter.
There is literally nothing you can tweet that someone won't attack you for, a theory that this British author put to the test by tweeting a photo of his breakfast.
I’m doing my bit for Britain. ARE YOU? https://t.co/bFyRlgb62x— Christopher Snowdon (@Christopher Snowdon)1594295908.0
I mean, it'a decent breakfast. Having a beer with it is a nice touch. If he were 'Merican, of course there would be a pound of bacon and a gun on the table. We've all seen the meme. But I'd still give this non-political, non-threatening, non-triggering breakfast a solid 8/10.
Or at least you would think it was non-triggering. Meet the most insufferable person in the world.
This is why I'm increasingly coming to the view that retaining a capitalist economy in a pandemic is itself directl… https://t.co/QJskogKSs8— Alex Powell (@Alex Powell)1594299588.0
Apparently my dude has backup too. Because insufferable Twitter people can smell their own.
When you nip out for a bite to eat and a cheeky pint, but make the mistake of telling Twitter. pic.twitter.com/t8rpKB5pKe
— Christopher Snowdon (@cjsnowdon) July 9, 2020
Friends, if you are such a miserable person that seeing a picture of eggs and toast causes you to have social justice warrior Tourette's, that's not the fault of the breakfast. Maybe if you ate a better breakfast in the morning, you could learn to be a better person. There's a reason why they call breakfast the most important meal of the day. Less soy, more protein. It will do your body good.
Bangers and beans is not toxic discourse. Having a beer is not toxic discourse. It can be after ten beers, but I have no reason to believe that wasn't the only pint he threw back. However, going on the attack because a guy who writes things posted a picture of food with a snarky caption IS toxic discourse. Mr. "This Picture Is Toxic Discourse" is in fact the toxic discourse here. And completely indicative of what Twitter has become.
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