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Dont Believe Everything You Read
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Dont Believe Everything You Read On The Internet
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Dont Believe Everything You Read On The Internet

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Bored, Club, and Dude: I love the internet because it is the closest thing leveling the playing field. we have to I used to run this Facebook page called Lizard People of New York. It was a parody of Humans of New York where I would post pretentious made up quotes for famous "lizard people." Here's example of what I mean: an ff Jeremy Kaplowitz about 3 years ago "I may be a monster but I'm the good kind, like Godzilla.. We both don't know how to relate to people and we both have a history of terrorizing humanity, but we are exactly what you need when a giant radioactive orange ape threatens your country. 16K 966 7.6K three years ago when you could make jokes about Trump being late night host. Keep in mind, that was "orange" without being the laziest comedian on the entire fucking planet or a The page became pretty popular by my standards, and grew to have around 220,000 followers, few years, I got bored of it. So I stopped posting "lizard people" jokes and started So, after a year into that, I figured, but after a posting just normal jokes. People didn't really "hey I should probably just change the page to my own name, Jeremy Kaplowitz. That seems to be a more accurate representation of what this page is and no one seem tO care. really cares about meme pages." I wrong. Holy shit was First of all, I had no idea that when you change your page name, it alerts every single follower. A Page you like, Lizard People of New York, changed its name to Jeremy Kaplowitz 9 minutes ago 220,000 people that read "Jeremy Kaplowitz thinks you're a dumb idiot." Immediately, there was a mass exodus. Which, is totally fair. I'd leave too. It personal message to was like I sent a 9 Lizard People of New York had 220,000 fans. Within an hour or two, Jeremy Kaplowitz had negative 30,000 fans. That's a weird feeling! I thought I could handle it, and ultimately I could, but I've never had 30,000 people tell before all at once. they don't like me me hey, they're only proving But hey, I don't like me either, thing we have one in common. S Then came the coments. I got a lot of anger. I got a lot of support. I got a death threats or two. This is my favorite comment I have gotten anything on ever: Jeremy Kaplowitz i feel like i walked into a strip club, and they changed it to men from woman in the middle of a dance. Buh bye. Like Reply Message 6m What a fascinating comment! I like that this guy thinks my dumb Facebook jokes strip club. Many people have told me they sexually were akin they like my jokes, but how many of you fuckers powerful bond, the simple change to a have told me you? And yet, despite arouse our on his entire sexuality. of name was an assault I try not to go into the weeds of the comments, but I felt like I had to for this guy. went into the replies and said "I'm sad to see you go, but I'm glad you have been jerking off to my content all these years. Good bye." I'm a comedian. I have been doing this shit for years, dude; you're never gonna be able to top me as some random commenter on the internet. I'm busy running around taking my internet victory lap and he says: "You do seem like the kind of creep who thinks its OK to jerk off in a strip club." God fucking damn it. That is a perfect goddamn reply. And then he unfollowed me. we have to meritocracy. I don't care what anyone says. The internet is the closest thing Jeremy Kaplowitz @jeremysmiles A short but honest story about jokes on the web.
Bored, Club, and Dude: I love the internet because it is the closest thing
 leveling the playing field.
 we have to
 I used to run this Facebook page called Lizard People of New York. It was a
 parody of Humans
 of New York where I would post pretentious made up quotes for famous "lizard people."
 Here's
 example of what I mean:
 an
 ff
 Jeremy Kaplowitz
 about 3 years ago
 "I may be a monster but I'm the good kind, like Godzilla.. We
 both don't know how to relate to people and we both have a
 history of terrorizing humanity, but we are exactly what you
 need when a giant radioactive orange ape threatens your
 country.
 16K
 966
 7.6K
 three years ago when you could make jokes about Trump being
 late night host.
 Keep in mind, that was
 "orange" without being the laziest comedian on the entire fucking planet
 or a
 The page became pretty popular by my standards, and grew to have around 220,000 followers,
 few years, I got bored of it. So I stopped posting "lizard people" jokes and started
 So, after a year into that, I figured,
 but after
 a
 posting just normal jokes. People didn't really
 "hey I should probably just change the page to my own name, Jeremy Kaplowitz. That seems to
 be a more accurate representation of what this page is and no one
 seem tO care.
 really
 cares about meme
 pages."
 I wrong.
 Holy shit was
 First of all, I had no idea that when you change your page name, it alerts every single follower.
 A Page you like, Lizard People of
 New York, changed its name to
 Jeremy Kaplowitz
 9 minutes ago
 220,000 people that read "Jeremy Kaplowitz thinks
 you're a dumb idiot." Immediately, there was a mass exodus. Which, is totally fair. I'd leave too.
 It
 personal message to
 was like I sent a
 9
 Lizard People of New York had 220,000 fans. Within an hour or two, Jeremy Kaplowitz had
 negative 30,000 fans. That's a weird feeling! I thought I could handle it, and ultimately I could,
 but I've never had 30,000 people tell
 before all at once.
 they don't like me
 me
 hey, they're only proving
 But hey, I don't like me
 either,
 thing
 we have one
 in common.
 S
 Then came the coments. I got a lot of anger. I got a lot of support. I got a death threats
 or two.
 This is my favorite comment I have gotten
 anything
 on
 ever:
 Jeremy Kaplowitz i feel like i walked into a strip
 club, and they changed it to men from woman in the middle
 of a dance. Buh bye.
 Like Reply Message 6m
 What a
 fascinating comment! I like that this guy thinks my dumb Facebook jokes
 strip club. Many people have told me
 they sexually
 were akin
 they like my jokes, but how many of you fuckers
 powerful bond, the simple change
 to a
 have told me
 you? And yet, despite
 arouse
 our
 on his entire sexuality.
 of name was an assault
 I try not to go into the weeds of the comments, but I felt like I had to for this guy.
 went into the replies and said "I'm sad to see you go, but I'm glad you have been jerking off
 to my content all these years. Good bye."
 I'm a comedian. I have been doing this shit for years, dude; you're
 never gonna be able to top
 me as some random commenter on the internet.
 I'm busy running around taking my internet victory lap and he says:
 "You do seem like the kind of creep who thinks its OK to
 jerk off in a strip club."
 God fucking damn it.
 That is a perfect goddamn reply.
 And then he unfollowed me.
 we have to meritocracy.
 I don't care what anyone says. The internet is the closest thing
 Jeremy Kaplowitz @jeremysmiles
A short but honest story about jokes on the web.

A short but honest story about jokes on the web.

Bored, Club, and Dude: I love the internet because it is the closest thing we have to leveling the playing field I used to run this Facebook page called Lizard People of New York. It was a parody of Humans of New York where I would post pretentious made up quotes for famous "lizard people." Here's an example of what I mean: Jeremy Kaplowitz about 3 yea "l may be a monster but I'm the good kind, like Godzilla. We both don't know how to relate to people and we both have a history of terrorizing humanity, but we are exactly what you need when a giant radioactive orange ape threatens your country 18《 -966 → 7.6K Keep in mind, that was three years ago when you could make jokes about Trump being "orange" without being the laziest comedian on the entire fucking planet or a late night host. The page became pretty popular by my standards, and grew to have around 220,000 followers, but after a few years, I got bored of it. So I stopped posting "lizard people" jokes and started posting just normal jokes. People didn't really seem to care. So, after a year into that, I figured, "hey I should probably just change the page to my own name, Jeremy Kaplowitz. That seems to be a more accurate representation of what this page is and no one really cares about meme pages Holy shit was I wrong First of all, I had no idea that when you change your page name, it alerts every single follower. A Page you like, Lizard People of New York, changed its name to Jeremy Kaplowitz 9 minutes ago It was like I sent a personal message to 220,000 people that read "Jeremy Kaplowitz thinks you're a dumb idiot." Immediately, there was a mass exodus. Which, is totally fair. I'd leave too Lizard People of New York had 220,000 fans. Within an hour or two, Jeremy Kaplowitz had negative 30,000 fans. That's a weird feeling! I thought I could handle it, and ultimately I could, but I've never had 30,000 people tell me they don't like me before all at once. But hey, I don't like me either, so hey, they're only proving we have one thing in common. Then came the coments. I got a lot of anger. I got a lot of support. I got a death threats or two. This is my favorite comment I have gotten on anything ever: Jeremy Kaplowitz i feel like i walked into a strip club, and they changed it to men from woman in the middle f a dance. Buh bye Like Reply Message 6m What a fascinating comment! I like that this guy thinks my dumb Facebook jokes were akin to a strip club. Many people have told me they like my jokes, but how many of you fuckers have told me they sexually arouse you? And yet, despite our powerful bond, the simple change of name was an assault on his entire sexuality I try not to go into the weeds of the comments, but I felt like I had to for this guy. I went into the replies and said "I'm sad to see you go, but I'm glad you have been jerking off to my content all th . Good bve." ese years I'm a comedian. I have been doing this shit for years, dude; you're never gonna be able to top me as some random commenter on the internet I'm busy running around taking my internet victory lap and he says: “You do seem like the kind of creep who thinks its OK to įerk off in a strip club." God fucking damn i That is a perfect goddamn reply And then he unfollowed me I don't care what anyone says. The internet is the closest thing we have to meritocracy Jeremy Kaplowitz ajeremysmiles A nice little story about the world wide web
Bored, Club, and Dude: I love the internet because it is the closest thing we have to leveling the playing field
 I used to run this Facebook page called Lizard People of New York. It was a parody of Humans
 of New York where I would post pretentious made up quotes for famous "lizard people."
 Here's an example of what I mean:
 Jeremy Kaplowitz
 about 3 yea
 "l may be a monster but I'm the good kind, like Godzilla. We
 both don't know how to relate to people and we both have a
 history of terrorizing humanity, but we are exactly what you
 need when a giant radioactive orange ape threatens your
 country
 18《 -966 → 7.6K
 Keep in mind, that was three years ago when you could make jokes about Trump being
 "orange" without being the laziest comedian on the entire fucking planet or a late night host.
 The page became pretty popular by my standards, and grew to have around 220,000 followers,
 but after a few years, I got bored of it. So I stopped posting "lizard people" jokes and started
 posting just normal jokes. People didn't really seem to care. So, after a year into that, I figured,
 "hey I should probably just change the page to my own name, Jeremy Kaplowitz. That seems to
 be a more accurate representation of what this page is and no one really cares about meme
 pages
 Holy shit was I wrong
 First of all, I had no idea that when you change your page name, it alerts every single follower.
 A Page you like, Lizard People of
 New York, changed its name to
 Jeremy Kaplowitz
 9 minutes ago
 It was like I sent a personal message to 220,000 people that read "Jeremy Kaplowitz thinks
 you're a dumb idiot." Immediately, there was a mass exodus. Which, is totally fair. I'd leave too
 Lizard People of New York had 220,000 fans. Within an hour or two, Jeremy Kaplowitz had
 negative 30,000 fans. That's a weird feeling! I thought I could handle it, and ultimately I could,
 but I've never had 30,000 people tell me they don't like me before all at once.
 But hey, I don't like me either, so hey, they're only proving we have one thing in common.
 Then came the coments. I got a lot of anger. I got a lot of support. I got a death threats or two.
 This is my favorite comment I have gotten on anything ever:
 Jeremy Kaplowitz i feel like i walked into a strip
 club, and they changed it to men from woman in the middle
 f a dance. Buh bye
 Like Reply Message 6m
 What a fascinating comment! I like that this guy thinks my dumb Facebook jokes were akin
 to a strip club. Many people have told me they like my jokes, but how many of you fuckers
 have told me they sexually arouse you? And yet, despite our powerful bond, the simple change
 of name was an assault on his entire sexuality
 I try not to go into the weeds of the comments, but I felt like I had to for this guy.
 I went into the replies and said "I'm sad to see you go, but I'm glad you have been jerking off
 to my content all th . Good bve."
 ese years
 I'm a comedian. I have been doing this shit for years, dude; you're never gonna be able to top
 me as some random commenter on the internet
 I'm busy running around taking my internet victory lap and he says:
 “You do seem like the kind of creep who thinks its OK to įerk off in a strip club."
 God fucking damn i
 That is a perfect goddamn reply
 And then he unfollowed me
 I don't care what anyone says. The internet is the closest thing we have to meritocracy
 Jeremy Kaplowitz ajeremysmiles
A nice little story about the world wide web

A nice little story about the world wide web