The Internet: What to do if you think you think you’ve crossed the line

We’ve all crossed the line at some point in our lives, whether it be something as simple as mocking Mexican people and how swine flu is going to kill them all, or  something more complex like an attack towards that man that has OEVS (over echoey voice syndrome)

No matter what the situation, the outcome is generally the same for all. An Outcome that comes in the form of something i like to call the “Oh Shit” Factor, or in some online cases the AD Factor. The Oh Shit factor, is where soemone says something without thinking of the consequence and latet thinks “OH SHIT”

Now before today there were limited ways to avoid this. The main way was to stand by views and adamantly state that influencing lots of people to jump a ship is a good thing. The other view is to just laugh and pretend it never happened.

Both of these views have implications.

People will think you’re an asshole.

Thankfully this needs not be the case anymore! Thanks to weeks of intensive research we have finally located an answer! That answer being…. Pav.

Just strike up a conversation with him about your statements, and watch as he makes you feel better about yourself and worse about him in a  maximum of TWO LINES! YES TWO LINES!!!

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About Tom Burns
I'm an online blogger currently living on the South Coast of England where I study Interactive Media at university and practice as a Freelance interactive designer. In my free time I write reviews, and share my thoughts through a range of social media outlets such as Twitter, Wordpress, and YouTube, where I am an accomplished video blogger with a subscriber-base of 11,000 and over a million total video views. As you can probably gather.. much of my focus is in the realm of Social Media, an area I hope to one day end up in!

2 Responses to The Internet: What to do if you think you think you’ve crossed the line

  1. Doug says:

    btw, i take it you got bored of beda then?!

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