Do you ever come across a photo or post online that is so outrageous and unclear that you find yourself saying “That’s enough internet for today”? If you answered yes, then you might be familiar with the subreddit, “Thanks I Hate It” by which the term has been classified as slang for when people post content that they think is unappealing and even unnecessary. But the thing with content is that it makes different people feel different things… Just because something might seem superfluous to one person, it could be mildly interesting to another. Even though the name suggests something strange, you aren’t going to find anything gruesome on this thread, just some seriously random, overthought ideas that you might wish you never saw in the first place.
The internet can be a wondrous place, full of many different thoughts, opinions, and even art. And that is exactly why you must be careful when engaging with certain people online… You never know what information is accurate and what might be a fable.
For example, there are people out there that think all “round mammals” are hamsters, and there are others that think that just because coconut has hair and produces milk, it too is a “round mammal”. We need better definitions for different species on this planet if we want to continue to thrive as a people.