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#1 - geckosandcheerios (01/25/2013) [+] (442 replies)
So. One thousand comments. You know, I made this account a bit past midnight four days ago. I had these gifs, and I liked them, so I thought it would be funny to spam them around a bit. So I spent a bit of time in the newest uploads, posting it to each new piece of content. Got some green thumbs, got some red thumbs, got some rage and some love. I went to bed satisfied that I had managed to entertain a few people. I woke up the next morning to about fifty notifications. Your comment has reached the top 200. Twelve people have replied to your comment. By the time I got through all of them, more had come. I checked my profile and saw that I had thousands of thumbs, and dozens of people had sent friend requests or posted on my profile, saying they loved what I had done. And I saw a purpose. I had been given a once in a lifetime opportunity. No, once in a thousand lifetimes. People were comparing me to Ray Bingo or “Asians can read minds,” but they were loving it. So I took up my mantle and spread the geckos throughout FunnyJunk. And the love kept coming. Top hundred. Top ten. Top comment. Hundreds of alerts, professing their love. But I knew that it couldn’t last. Everything has to end. I’ve seen these fads, coming in and then slowly dying, lingering in FJ, thinking they could go on. I’ve wished that they would just end, take their fifteen minutes of fame and not try to drag it out. Hell, it happens in real life. So this is what I can give to you, FunnyJunk. I don’t quite know how this happened, but I do know how it will end. This will be my last comment. I’ve seen people calling me a savior, somebody who can change this site. I can’t give you change. I doubt anybody can. All I can give you is a symbol, and maybe one final lick.
So. One thousand comments. You know, I made this account a bit past midnight four days ago. I had these gifs, and I liked them, so I thought it would be funny to spam them around a bit. So I spent a bit of time in the newest uploads, posting it to each new piece of content. Got some green thumbs, got some red thumbs, got some rage and some love. I went to bed satisfied that I had managed to entertain a few people. I woke up the next morning to about fifty notifications. Your comment has reached the top 200. Twelve people have replied to your comment. By the time I got through all of them, more had come. I checked my profile and saw that I had thousands of thumbs, and dozens of people had sent friend requests or posted on my profile, saying they loved what I had done. And I saw a purpose. I had been given a once in a lifetime opportunity. No, once in a thousand lifetimes. People were comparing me to Ray Bingo or “Asians can read minds,” but they were loving it. So I took up my mantle and spread the geckos throughout FunnyJunk. And the love kept coming. Top hundred. Top ten. Top comment. Hundreds of alerts, professing their love. But I knew that it couldn’t last. Everything has to end. I’ve seen these fads, coming in and then slowly dying, lingering in FJ, thinking they could go on. I’ve wished that they would just end, take their fifteen minutes of fame and not try to drag it out. Hell, it happens in real life. So this is what I can give to you, FunnyJunk. I don’t quite know how this happened, but I do know how it will end. This will be my last comment. I’ve seen people calling me a savior, somebody who can change this site. I can’t give you change. I doubt anybody can. All I can give you is a symbol, and maybe one final lick.