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  1. you make me proud! The things you say and do as a yaongster​ can come back and haunt you when you have matured!

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  2. Keli says:

    *Youngster*sorry misspelled on my comment 🤦🏽‍♀️


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  4. Jackaboi says:

    Okay look, it’s a meme for a reason. It’s supposed to be interpreted as a joke for humour, especially to cope with past trauma that has been harmful to others. What that kid did with posting that on his story was definitely an unwise move and I agree with that 100%, but you need to take in the context how these memes are posted. That person most likely had an intention to cause someone to laugh, not to offend anyone, though the context is quite offensive.
    I, myself, am someone who enjoys dark humour, especially memes that joke about mental illnesses because I am someone who suffers from bipolar disorder, with quite severe highs and lows. Seeing those memes kind of helps me get through those tough times.
    Here’s another thing, the “font” of a meme doesn’t make it a joke, it is, like I’ve stated before, the context of the joke and the wording that is used.
    And, well, I would love to have a friendly debate with you one day about this. And of course, to anyone who reads this comment and would like to yell at me, come over here: jackaaaas76@gmail.com (that’s 4 a’s in a row 😉 )


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