Ugh. Here we go.
1) “…you want a perfect guy? A guy with long, nice hair and a sexy body,…” —So let me get this straight. The only perfect guys out there have long nice hair and your very narrowed view “sexy body” which I’m assuming to be muscular and tan. So scrawny, pale, bald guys, you’re shit out of luck.
2) “Yet you walk outside in the summer with your ass hanging all out and low-cut shirts that reveal everything but your fucking nipples? Dressed like that, no one will respect you.” —I can dress however the fuck I want to, cunt. No one will respect me? Fuck that shit. I don’t fucking want nor need your respect if you’re going to judge me based on the clothes I wear.
3) “Boys, you guys all want sex but the way you treat girls is worse than complete shit- worse. You manipulate them and cheat on them and lie to them and say only what they want to hear and not what you actually feel.” —This is, of course, just one of the most stereotypical, over-generalization of guys I have ever heard. All boys want sex. All boys will lie to get it. All boys will cheat. All boys will break your heart. But, didn’t you say before that I wanted a perfect guy? Because according to this statement here, there are none. If, of course, you mean that all these qualities make a perfect guy, then that’s a bit backwards, no?
4) “But all of you are bad, boys and girls. This generation is fucked up in their head that we don’t know the difference between right and wrong.” — So people are bad if they wear skimpy clothing and have sex and smoke pot and drink alcohol and have tattoos and WHEW…I’m out of breath. But seriously, the difference between “right and wrong” has been debated since the beginning of time. Blaming our generation for not knowing the difference is ignorant and short-sighted.
5) “There are kids with tattoos before they can even read a whole book without losing their attention span.” — Judging by the complete lack of sentence structure, I’m assuming that you hate kids who are illiterate and have tattoos. And are…blaming the tattoos for their illiteracy? Again, sounds backwards.
6) “Girls are whores and guys are whores. Girls are players and guys are players. Girls are dumb as shit and guys are dumb as shit.” —Again, over-generalization. It’s getting a bit repetitive with this attack on the human race. But let’s get serious for a moment, it’s okay to be a whore. It’s okay to be a player. It’s okay to be dumb as shit. Being anything you want to be, whether by choice or not, doesn’t mean that you do not have dignity, worth, or merit. Don’t let anyone tell you differently.
7) “95% of the worlds population is full of the type of people I just described. So this is a shout out to the 5% of people that have respect for themselves, that aren’t dumb and judgemental, that know what it’s like to be alive and not fuck other people over at the same time.” —95% of the world’s population? Really? I feel like hitting my head against the wall. You don’t know shit about 95% of the world’s population! You haven’t even seen 1% of the world’s population! What gives you the right to assume they’re all heathens and sluts and players and whores? You can’t. And if they are? You shouldn’t care. And again, this whole “The 5% have respect for themselves and don’t judge anyone at all!!!11 hargh hargh hargh” nonsense is just…nonsense! And you obviously aren’t part of this so called 5% because you are already judging people to begin with! And if there is a “5%” who really are what you say they are (not dumb and judgmental), then I can also bet they don’t want your shout out because you’re an asshole!
8) “I swear on my life I’d post the status if it weren’t for the character limit. Because I don’t give a fuck if you judge me, this is how I feel and I won’t hide it for anyone. So, JUDGE.” —They say it’s dangerous to swear on your life, but I guess you have nothing to worry about seeing as you’re better than 95% of the world and you’ll be going to Heaven with your other 5%, partying it up with Cheesus and just soaking up each other’s holier-than-thou attitude. And of course you don’t care if someone judges you, but you care just enough to judge everyone else.