7 Year Old Rage Comic. I showed my 7 year old cousin ragemaker and this is what he made for me... I'm sure there is a deep, hidden, political and moral meaning
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7 Year Old Rage Comic

I showed my 7 year old cousin ragemaker and this is what he made for me...
I'm sure there is a deep, hidden, political and moral meaning to this.
Edit: Can't believe this made front page! Thanks everyone!!

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Submitted: 08/15/2011
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#36 - Rexegotistic (08/15/2011) [+] (3 replies)
Translated for those who don't understand the boy's genius.
#79 - FelipeRuiz (08/15/2011) [-]
It's obviously about how the Republicans and the Democrats are reacting to the debt ceiling compromise.
#176 - theguyishere (08/16/2011) [+] (2 replies)
I figured it out. At first theres a bunch of people arguing with the leader who finds it funny. Then the people start an uprising, which surprises the leader. So the people start to destroy things. Eventually theres nothing left but flames as the people have destroyed themselves in their anger, making the leader happy once again. This 7 year old created a rage comic that successfully shows what happens in countries that are under cruel fascist leaders.
#70 - seniorawesomesauce ONLINE (08/15/2011) [-]
The only meaning I could make out of it.

Enlarge, because the text is fairly small.
#291 - chubzkid (08/16/2011) [-]
alternative ending
#2 - MrNoHandsHeavy (08/15/2011) [+] (4 replies)
The first pane we see the FJ community yelling at a reposter, the reposter lays a smug smile cross his face. When suddenly the reposter charges his come back, the community shocked and awed. The reposter releases more reposts and llort comments. The community in a inferno of butthurt the reposter sits smug because he still gets thumbs.
#3 to #2 - Stalin (08/15/2011) [-]
My cousin explained it like this.

"These people are angry at this guy cause he's happy. Then they make a noise that scares him. So he lights them on fire and is happy again."

Word for word...
User avatar #256 - SirPrize (08/16/2011) [+] (1 reply)
Obviously Hitler and Jews
#124 - anonymous (08/16/2011) [-]
Jesus Christ, a 7 year old outdid the entire front page of funnyjunk.
Jesus Christ, a 7 year old outdid the entire front page of funnyjunk.
#50 - anonymous (08/15/2011) [+] (1 reply)
Pic related.
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#305 - DeathCubeK (08/16/2011) [+] (1 reply)
This was the most emotional and moving things i've ever seen.  
  
  
The ''angry faces'' clearly represent society and the smiling face represents a normal human being trying to fit in.  
  
The first panel, society is cruel, but nevertheless, the normal human keeps on smiling.   
  
The second, society goes through sudden changes, making the normal human finally fit in and feel belonged.  
  
The third, the human seems to be a part of society, but never feeling the same way as it does, not as cruel, not as clone-like.  
  
Society burns, and for one the human is at peace.  
  
  
Or maybe it's a pointless comic with no deep meaning.   
  
Just maybe, though.
This was the most emotional and moving things i've ever seen.


The ''angry faces'' clearly represent society and the smiling face represents a normal human being trying to fit in.

The first panel, society is cruel, but nevertheless, the normal human keeps on smiling.

The second, society goes through sudden changes, making the normal human finally fit in and feel belonged.

The third, the human seems to be a part of society, but never feeling the same way as it does, not as cruel, not as clone-like.

Society burns, and for one the human is at peace.


Or maybe it's a pointless comic with no deep meaning.

Just maybe, though.
#244 - pickachutwoyou (08/16/2011) [-]
This is the best rationalization I could think of. I actually asked my eight year old cousin what he thought, this is basically what he thought it said. (enlarge)
#16 - potatos ONLINE (08/15/2011) [-]
It's epic, in a weird way.
#282 - mjdjoy (08/16/2011) [-]
<< Your cousins deep thoughts
#284 - wunderwafflzftw (08/16/2011) [+] (2 replies)
this is what my 12 y/o cousin did
#196 - blondiemcpinstripe (08/16/2011) [+] (10 replies)
The  7yr old ,&quot;How can you not understand the message I'm trying to convey to you, simpleton? This is a kin to a prophetic warning displaying the theme of hatred spawning self-destruction. This motif is expressed with the many faces of hatred rising against the a figure whose authority/ superiority is represented by its larger size. At first the figure laughs in the face of such immature hostility. As they continue to lash out it begins to to fear, 'will this be the end of me?' The chaos reaches unrestrained levels and the hostile are beginning to destroy themselves and to the horror of the figure his grand following/creation begins to break down. The rebellious have been destroyed and nothing remains but the flames. Then the figure has an epiphany! He can now create a better system/people. As a great phoenix from the ashes, the passing of the old hateful world has provided a way for the figure to start anew and establish a greater people/system. With this clean slate He shall start over. He has heard the knock of opportunity and will open the door, get on the floor, everybody walk the dinosaur.&quot;
The 7yr old ,"How can you not understand the message I'm trying to convey to you, simpleton? This is a kin to a prophetic warning displaying the theme of hatred spawning self-destruction. This motif is expressed with the many faces of hatred rising against the a figure whose authority/ superiority is represented by its larger size. At first the figure laughs in the face of such immature hostility. As they continue to lash out it begins to to fear, 'will this be the end of me?' The chaos reaches unrestrained levels and the hostile are beginning to destroy themselves and to the horror of the figure his grand following/creation begins to break down. The rebellious have been destroyed and nothing remains but the flames. Then the figure has an epiphany! He can now create a better system/people. As a great phoenix from the ashes, the passing of the old hateful world has provided a way for the figure to start anew and establish a greater people/system. With this clean slate He shall start over. He has heard the knock of opportunity and will open the door, get on the floor, everybody walk the dinosaur."
#294 - anonymous (08/16/2011) [+] (1 reply)
#260 - equestriloo (08/16/2011) [-]
I was staring at this, thinking the title meant that it was a classic comic made 7 years ago.  
  
  
  
  
Then I read the description, starred at it again, then fell to the floor laughing.
I was staring at this, thinking the title meant that it was a classic comic made 7 years ago.




Then I read the description, starred at it again, then fell to the floor laughing.



#172 - masterxshake (08/16/2011) [-]
your cousin may have deep phsychological issues,by the looks of it
your cousin may have deep phsychological issues,by the looks of it
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