You can’t believe everything you read on the Internet
So I was on the way back from grabbing a fajita at Old Orleans for lunch, in the car having a conversation with my mental friend. We’ll call him Butch.
Now, when I say Butch is mental, I don’t mean in the way dizzy blonde birds go “my mate’s ment’l she is. We ‘ave a roight laff.” Butch is actually certified crazy. And has an unhealthy attraction to animals. An example would be when we were on this journey and he stopped on a busy national speed limit road to let a man cross. He said he stopped “only because he had a dog.” Sometimes I worry what he does to his mum’s miniature poodle when they’re alone.
Anyway, Butch likes to partake in some casual racism, mainly for the lulz, but also because he knows it drives me up the wall. He was off on one as usual, mentioning the word “bomber” in place of “Asian” or “Muslim”, taking the ironic stance that we should “blow them up”.
I drew his attention to an infographic I spotted on Twitter that I emailed to him earlier in the week.
Now all credit to Audio Kitty for posting this up, as I think even the reddest of Red Necks should be able to grasp the concept of it.
Butch’s response was: Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet.
I thought this was brilliant, mainly because I do most of my writing on the Internet.
So in celebration of this, here’s a series of statements that you shouldn’t believe because they’ve been written “on the Internet”…
- Butch does not rape babies in his spare time
- I do not have seventeen Eastern European sex workers buried under my patio
- I have never wanked off a ginger midget in exchange for World of Warcraft gold
- In no way was I caught mashing it in a bush with my night vision goggles on outside the vicar’s house
I’d love you to participate in the comments below if you’re bored. Give me some more statements that are not to be believed.
I agree completely. Its idiotic and it reminds me what nazis use to do to Jews in 1935. Bulling.