Whether they crave internet points or run out of arguments in a heated discussion, some people BS way too much. But the overwhelming amount of lies shouldn't discourage us from calling them out. On the contrary. Think of it as herd immunity: the population is protected from a disease (a fake narrative) after vaccination (a response) by stopping the germ responsible for the infection being transmitted between people (destroying that absurd fantasy with facts).
There's even a whole subreddit dedicated to this noble quest, /r/quityourbullshit. With over 1.3M members, it accumulated a large collection of screenshots and images of people calling out BS, delivering burns so big, they might just set your screen on fire.
Online Troll Gets Put In His Place By Arnold Schwarzenegger
Apparently, It's Impossible For Women To Be Smart And Beautiful At The Same Time
Came Across This While Looking For Reviews To A Local Tattoo Studio
IKEA Correcting A Concerned American Citizen On How To Properly Display The US Flag
Antivaxxer Claims To Be A Marine, Even Though You Need Vaccines To Enter The Marines
Delivering The Twist Ending
That Awkward Moment You Remember Some Of Your Followers Are Related To You
I Have Severe Trust Issues With Any "Pet Shaming" Picture These Days
My Antivaxx Aunt That No One Really Likes, Has Made An Interesting Post On Facebook. After I Responded She Pmed Me This
Girl Exposes BS Account Using Her Pictures To Sell Their Product
Africa Is Pretty Diverse
Bites The Onion And Lies About TV Segment That Never Happened
“Please Stop Using It”
The Mountain Calling Out An Instagram Fan Page On Their Bullsh*t
Employee’s Girlfriend Told A Facebook Group Of 60,000 People To Send Bad Reviews To A Small Business
Elderly Lady Complaining On Twitter Is Called Out
The Amount Of Times I Have Seen This Argument Is Astounding
She Must've Been An Early Adopter Of Technology
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