How do normies have the mental energy to filter everything they say on social media / twitter / messenger and not get banned or publically shamed?

mylifeistrash

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There's so many ways to get banned and publicly shunned for saying the wrong thing, that saying something socially acceptable takes a team of writers locked in a room for a week.

How the fuck do normies even live like this?
 
Romello Gaghan 2

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Because they instinctively are good at it I assume. Like how sheep are good at being sheep.
 
Gyros_Pretcel

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Don't need to filter, if you have no illegal thougts. :feelsthink:
 
Ryo_Hazuki

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1) A lot of people keep up to date by spending a lot of time on the "wokest" parts of the internet so they know what's offensive. Most of those internalize it all. If SJWs decided blue shirts were sexist against women, they would 100 percent believe it, burn every blue shirt they owned, delete every pic on social media of them in a blue shirt, and feel a tremendous amount of guilt that they ever wore such a horrible pro-rape nazi colored shirt. If someone found a pic of them in a blue shirt they would issue a groveling apology about how they were a horrible monster in the past but they're "better" now. Since they internalize every single retarded rule SJWs have and keep up to date, they don't have to worry about expressing politically incorrect thoughts...because they don't have any. Their only risk is having done or said something in the past that wasn't offensive but has been labeled as such recently and getting caught (like the OK hand gesture for example). But even then, the risk is low because they're very diligent in scrubbing the internet of them doing or saying anything that society has suddenly deemed unthinkable.

2) A lot of people don't use social media to express themselves, they use it for validation. These people might have some politically incorrect views, but it would never cross their minds to post them. They also remain current in terms of what's offensive and what isn't. It's like a video game to them where retweets/shares/follows are gaining points, leveling up, and increasing your stats...but saying one offensive thing is an instant game over. Going back to the blue shirts analogy, if blue shirts were deemed sexist, they would quickly delete any pictures of themselves in a blue shirt, and then try to comb through numerous social media profiles to find someone with a blue shirt to publicly call out. Calling someone out on social media and getting them doxxed, fired, banned, blacklisted and unemployable to them is like beating a powerful boss and is worth a lot of experience points. You'll also have that brief moment where you feel like a hero.

3) Many people just go onto social media for attention and to only talk about themselves and post selfies. They don't really care about politics but still retweet/share SJW stuff here and there to be fashionable.
 
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Mainländer

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It's tough, I feel suffocated even at college. We already have to filter ourselves IRL, but with that SJW shit it gets way more complicated.
 
Emba

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Be gone thought!
I've seen people filter stuff they say. Usually it's a coward type of person, afraid for their job...

Nobody is honest anymore. It's rare that someone speaks their mind. Most folks don't even have their own mind. Parrots. They fear people that speak their own minds too! As if it's contagious!
 
jerrycan dan

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they don't have asperger's, simple
 
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Just got fucking banned bec. of "trolling" on the social anxiety support forum. FUCKING RETARDS.
 
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2) A lot of people don't use social media to express themselves, they use it for validation. These people might have some politically incorrect views, but it would never cross their minds to post them. They also remain current in terms of what's offensive and what isn't. It's like a video game to them where retweets/shares/follows are gaining points, leveling up, and increasing your stats...but saying one offensive thing is an instant game over. Going back to the blue shirts analogy, if blue shirts were deemed sexist, they would quickly delete any pictures of themselves in a blue shirt, and then try to comb through numerous social media profiles to find someone with a blue shirt to publicly call out. Calling someone out on social media and getting them doxxed, fired, banned, blacklisted and unemployable to them is like beating a powerful boss and is worth a lot of experience points. You'll also have that brief moment where you feel like a hero.
Pretty much this as OP quoted, no one on social media uses it to express their true views and opinions, if an incel dared to post some of things mentioned on this forum on the normie mainstream social media sites they would be fired from work or outcased by their friends. Its about trying to fit in, and becoming popular, theres a reason why you don't see ''ugly people'' or weirdos ever having much of social media presence and they all end up on sites like reddit and forums, and other parts of the dark web.
 
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CrookedOzCel

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Because all their life they have had it ingrained in them that they have to tow the line
 
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