- I don't think so.12% (1)18% (2)16% (3)Vote
- So true.88% (7)82% (9)84% (16)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
yea but i think it has more to do that a lot of things get on your nerve these days or there is not enough love
like basically if things are building up inside you you are less likely to take a joke you know?
i really think its more like that... people are more impatient because they ae fed up1
Most Helpful Guy
Just remember, everyone is their own person with their own experiences and upbringings. Certain things can have a different meaning to any kind of person. For example, season 2 episode 3 of Rick and Morty - (SPOILER) - Rick attempts to commit suicide at the end of episode. It was extremely well done but it brought upon me a feeling of dread and reflection as I've had a best friend commit suicide not even a year ago.
I watched the same episode the other night with a friend of mine and he laughed out loud at the suicide attempt. I found his reaction to be quite surprising and asked him what he found funny about it - he wasn't sure.
So my point is, just think before you speak and consider other peoples feelings and pasts, I'm all for speaking your mind and freedom of speech. But there's a limit that people should consider not crossing.1