By Rachel Fogletto If you google reasons not to argue online, you’ll come across many cartoons, memes, and quotes about arguing with idiots. For instance, Mark Twain once said, “Do not argue with a fool, onlookers may not be able to tell the difference.” Or maybe he didn’t because a
1. Perform condescending grammar and/or spelling checks on random people’s internet posts. This is one of the most popular and, I assume, effective approaches. Don’t agree with something someone says online? Meticulously run it through spell check. Nothing gets your point across like condescendingly reminding someone they missed a hyphen.
Like a lot of people my age who are trying to Make It Happen, I’ve kind of got a lot of shit going on right now. I work a full-time job that I don’t love to pay the bills, work at an online fashion magazine after my office job everyday,
My family doesn’t give a shit about holidays. Not because they’re Jehovah’s Witnesses or something, but more because they just don’t see what the big deal is and have no real emotional attachment to them. Why go through the motions of pretending to be nice to each other one one