While I procrastinate on putting the song together, how about we do what every online community is doing these days, embracing cancel culture.
Feel free to cancel your favorite hack makers here. Destroy them with facts and logic, or just completely make stuff up. The media can’t tell the difference, so why should we? I’ll start.
Once upon a time in a faraway land (close to a year ago on Discord), Eric (a total ass clown) asked me to spend my weekend looking for animations to use in his insignificant hack known as “The Heroes We Deserve.” Some hero he turned out to be, expecting the members of his team to do work that they were perfectly fine with doing on days when they had time to do them. Asinine, I tell you. Thus, I declare @anon98251803canceled.
Okay I’m just gonna come out and say that “cancel culture” is like the most twitter / tumblr trend I’ve seen in years and, while I don’t throw the word cringey around unironically, is incredibly, unironically cringy. Paired with the clown emote, the entire basis of this “humor” is essentially saying “me right you wrong lol”. It’s about as much of a nonjoke as the “nobody: absolutely no one:” thing. There’s no joke, it’s just an opinion presented in a childish manner in which there is no perceived room for any form of debate - it’s close minded, it’s ignorant, and it’s not funny at all. The basis of the “joke” is one community laughing at another for having a different view or opinion. In fact, people who would find such a thing funny are likely insecure and require the validation of a constant mockery of said other group and their opposing views. Essentially it’s very thinly veiled bullying and circlejerking. Of course I don’t expect anything better out of twitter or tumblr, but I’m about as sick of hearing about it as I am of hearing about what YouTuber did what bad drama thing we can farm for free internet points. These people need to grow up.
Also, inb4 “pikmin cancelled XDddDDddDD”.