…I tried to figure out a way to imply that I didn’t even watch the video too and I couldn’t work it into the joke well, but I still desperately wanted the recognition and social acceptance for the joke so I explained it here. I am awesome at parties.
If someone doesn’t care enough to write their thoughts correctly, then why should I bother to take what they have to say seriously?
The burden of work in communication is on the writer, not the reader.
The reader can make no conclusion other than what is written is exactly as the writer intended it to be.
Pointing that out in the faux-rooms is merely done so out of a deep sense of helping our fellow Mehtizens achieve the greatness in writing to which they are destined, and have clearly demonstrate they repeatedly struggle with.
The alternatives are to conclude the writer is either intentionally ignorant, or a condescending ass who doesn’t care the reader will rightfully think of them as a sloppy, low-information writer.
I choose the helping our fellow mehmbers theory.
So let your Lexical Good Samaritan flag fly, Mehtizens!