Facebook vs. Rollerblades

Discussion in 'Computers and The Internet' started by Pua Mana 'Ohana, Aug 23, 2018.


Facebook vs. Rollerblades

  1. Facebook

  2. Rollerblades

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    ~ Facebook vs. Rollerblades ~

    A comedic comparison brought to you by Spandex, Rollerblades, out of business 1980's hairspray companies & device addicted dopamine feedback loop fiends like you & I.

    Humanity has endured many epic embarrassments from 1980's yearbook photos to the current mindbogglingly moronic bobble head meets interchangeable background #Selfie trend of today -- though nothing has threatened the future of our stupid self absorbed species #Like Rollerblades, Spandex & Facebook #OhMy

    There was an ancient time, concealed deep beneath piles of Polaroid photographs & old stretched out #Spandex shorts-suit ensembles when people actually thought #Rollerblades were cool...

    As this paparazzi pic of Facebook C.E.O. & suckafish stunt double for emotionally challenged mannequins Marky Nark #Zuckfeld taken last weekend proves -- we have never been so far from the mark...literally

    Marketed to the spandex enthusiasts of yesteryear as a #Great way to combine exercise & transportation while racking up massive mountains of cool guy points, Rollerblades proved to be none of the above.

    The only exercise an up & coming Rollerblader actually received revolved around lacing up the billions of holes in your bunk booty blades & using your broken finger to dial #911 on a Rotary telephone after you eat pavement as you crash clumsily in your driveway.

    As for transportation -- it is difficult to arrive at any destination when you are laying bleeding in the bike lane as people laugh at your self inflicted misfortune while shaking #Polaroid pics in your fractured face.

    When it comes to racking up cool guy points, #Facebook C.E.O. & Rollerblade Barbie booty short model #MarkZuckerberg shows us just how false that premise was to begin with in this shocking photo taken at the Facebook Frankfurter Festival.

    #WeThePeople eventually figured out that Rollerblades were not only un-cool they were dangerous.

    Facebook is also dangerous & even less cool than Rollerblades & Spandex on a cold day.

    Giving your @ReaL friends the cold shoulder while dining in public because you are busy socializing online or sharing a pic of your moons-over-my-hammy omelette at Denny's is not even close to cool either.

    Studies show Facebook is as addictive as cigarettes with none of the cool menthol flavor you love & all of the unhealthy side-effects.

    Many moons-over-my-hammy-ago a cartoon character named Joe Camel was allowed to entice impressionable youth into being cool like him by contracting emphysema & #Cancer -- now it is our buddy Zuck Zebra with his addictive social media #DopamineFeedbackLoop #Fake #Facebook #Matrix of #Misery.

    The truth is neither Rollerblades or Facebook are even close to cool -- though at least Rollerblades are not addictive like the social media dopamine feedback loop lunacy we see so pervasive in society today thanks to Zuck Zebra, his silly clone Fake Face Friends & slimey succubus servants sitting in Silicone Valley watching us through our Smart Phones at Facebook HQ like that peeping property manager in the 1980's movie Sliver starring #Sexy Sharon Stone & #Sneaky Stephen Baldwin.

    Ask yourself this:

    Do you really want to make Mark Eliot Zuckerberg more money to buy a closet full of matching spandex suits or would you like to taste your freshly photographed Denny's value menu moons-over-my-hammy before your friends dine & ditch you for ignoring them & go Rollerblading at the new retro 1980's roller skate rink without you or your precious smart phone??
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2018
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  2. Irminsul

    Irminsul Valkyrie

    I don't know. I tried Rollerblades once. All my cousins did it. I had a good pair my grandpa bought me (I know it was my parents but the thought was sweet) I had knee pads, elbow pads, wrist pads and a helmet. I was hopeless though, same with ice skating, I can go fast and turn, it was stopping that was a problem. I found it easier to find a piece of grass and fall over.
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  3. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    i don't see why not. exercise can be addictive, as can adrenaline.
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  5. Aloha @I'minmyunderwear!

    Here is a article about exercise addiction:

    Timothy J. Legg, PhD, CARN-AP, CASAC, MAC on June 29, 2016 — Written by Heaven Stubblefield
    What is exercise addiction?

    "Exercise addiction is an unhealthy obsession with physical fitness and exercise. It’s often a result of body image disorders and eating disorders. Exercise addicts display traits similar to those of other addicts, which include:

    • obsessing over the behavior
    • engaging in the behavior even though it’s causing physical harm
    • engaging in the behavior despite wanting to stop
    • engaging in the behavior in secret.
    Exercise causes the release of certain chemicals in the nervous system. These chemicals create a sense of pleasure or reward. Exercise addiction may be, in part, a dependence on this pleasure response.

    Extreme weight loss and health conditions related to weight loss could result from exercise addiction.

    What causes exercise addiction?

    Exercise releases endorphins and dopamine. These are the same neurotransmitters released during drug use. An exercise addict feels reward and joy when exercising. When they stop exercising, the neurotransmitters go away. An addict has to exercise more to trigger the chemical release.

    Exercise addiction usually starts with a desire for physical fitness. An eating disorder, such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia, may lead to an unhealthy obsession with exercise. A body dysmorphic disorder, or body image disorder, may also cause exercise addiction." ~ Timothy J. Legg, PhD, CARN-AP, CASAC, MAC

    Full article:

    Exercise Addiction: Causes, Risk Factors, and Symptoms
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  6. #ZuckZebra vs #JoeCamel


  7. #ZuckZebra is the new #JoeCamel
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    "Picture Zuck rollin" ~ 2pac

    #MarkZuckerberg meets #Rollerblades


  9. Mark Zuckerberg is the new #Zuckfeld
  10. tumbling.dice

    tumbling.dice I Am Only An Egg Lifetime Supporter HipForums Supporter

    ...that's all.
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