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Should he go to jail? When my jerk father died, he put me in his life insurance policy for some reason! Why would he do that??? I hadn't seen his sorry butt in? Which brings us to Tumblr user "whitechickslovesasiandicks," who likes to ask questions like these:.
He's also not helping his cause by posting a video that was obviously filmed as part of a Human Resources seminar. And make no mistake, WCLAD has a cause, which is why he starts answering his own questions -- and being super obvious about it:. It seems his questions show up often enough on Yahoo Answers that people want to know how to stop him.
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At least we know now what he really gets off to: When in doubt, Christians have a handy saying that can guide them through difficult decisions: What Would Jesus Do? And while the real answer would be either "Give everything away to the poor" or "Freak out at the metal horse racing down the street," merely asking the question can give people the necessary perspective to figure things out. But what do non-Christians do when faced with a tough question?
They can't ask Christ for answers, after all. But thanks to Yahoo Answers, they can ask a Christian. Without getting into the Great Garfield Gender Debate , there's no reason to direct this kind of question to Christians as a whole. They're treating different systems of belief like they're different alien entities. We get it, maybe it seems like Christianity is a bastion of inclusion. Jesus hung out with the lowest of the low in society, so it would only make sense that Christians could help this poor fella out with his social skills. However, not all of these seem to be pleas from the wretched.
Look, we hate to stereotype, but if you're asking Christians about cars, you're most likely going to end up driving a hatchback with a fish sticker on the rear bumper. Also, feel free to assume that they're too busy. On a related note, they're also not specially trained to advise you on whether or not to put a deposit down on a two-bedroom condo. While we hate to get political about the ridiculous realm that is Yahoo Answers, it seems that our fragile social climate has reached its shores. Every day, people flock to the website with their important questions about skin color.
As we've written before , bathing in coffee is totally fine. What makes this an issue is that way too many people are starting to believe that humans are in fact chameleons. Though we understand fully why people would get worried about becoming part of the much-maligned cult of orange people. The reality is that it's technically a thing that could happen, but mostly to children.
It's nothing to seriously worry about. Same for the people who are freaking the holy hell out over jewelry turning their skin green. It's nothing to panic over. All men on the internet have been offered a link that promises secrets to enlarge their fun-carrot. But eventually, those kinds of secrets require a credit card we've heard. To find free help for enhancing your body parts -- and we do mean all body parts -- once again Yahoo Answers comes to the rescue.
Most questions do revolve around the fun zones, but hint at a sad history in which the askers are clearly innocent folks who weren't taught what they need to know.
Look, there are numerous critics of the way sex ed works in this country, and most of them tend to forget that sex ed isn't just about sex, but also about the numerous changes a person's body will go through in puberty. So when the system fails our minors, they have no choice but to turn to the sages from Yahoo Answers for their Q's about enlarging their boobs or penis.
But no body part is safe from these insecurities. It seems that many teens worry their bodies won't grow on their own, but need a helping hand. Kids are worrying about everything from teeth growth affecting their braces, to eyebrow growth , to bicep growth. Let's hope Yahoo Answers is as ineffectual as it seems, because if these kids ever get their wish, there are going to be some fucked-up Cronenbergian humans milling around in a few years.
Much like syphilis, conspiracy theories are fun to spread and hard to get rid of. It should come as no surprise that Yahoo, with its terrifyingly bad security , has gotten the conspiracy bug. And as Yahoo's crotch, Yahoo Answers seems to be taking the brunt of the infection.
That same reply was posted to multiple separate questions pertaining to leg pain , one about getting rejected by a woman , and another about cleaning a library. There's little rhyme or reason to it, but it seems that there's more than one person spreading similar stuff. They start with some wildly unnecessary explanation of how to make the Christian Sign of the Cross , decry a bunch of other religions , and then proceed to describe a whole bunch of Russian Orthodox gibberish that would make even Vladimir Putin roll his eyes.
That screencap is from one guy who has been at this shit for years. He started off with small paragraphs like the one up there, but over time, his madness has grown. He keeps going -- and we keep saying "he" because it's impossible to imagine this guy looking like anything other than Alex Jones with a fedora. And over time , he's even added sources and tacked them onto the bottom of his "answers. Yahoo Answers might have had its place in the world, but at this point, all it seems to be good for is harboring the internet's "chaotic neutral" population. So thanks for running the asylum, Yahoo Answers.
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