How to trigger middle aged people?

Morte

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I know a few tricks, from real world experiences, but it's obviously not enough.

  • Talk about politics
    • they think they are old enough to earn their rights to have opinions
    • "young people don't know 💩", anything young people says will make them uncomfortable, even if you agree with them
  • Own them
    • For example, they love mechanical keyboards, they have a collection. You being much younger, have something more expensive. It will make them insecure. You need to push it, make it look like good things just "happened" to you without paying any effort, they know they did, because they took 💩 from their bosses everyday to buy it, but they assume you aren't worthy no matter what.
    • Remember LiL Tay? She is 9 y o flexes with parents' money and said she earned it by "moving bricks", it's obvious a joke, but people hated on her anyway. Even if they get it it's a joke, they say a 9 y o shouldn't do it. It's not about the age, it's about the money.
  • Qualification shaming
    • When they have spent years on a board or a game, they earn some sense of qualification. You utilize it to trigger, tell them what the game or board should be, on your low level account, and talk like you know 💩, they use qualifications to shame you, they're triggered.
  • Introducing new things
    • So they like to play CS:GO or PUBG, tell them Fortnite is better, "you can't even build, great, another fps", even if you hate Fortnite or have never played CS:GO or PUBG, say it anyways, the point is to trigger them.
    • So they like the old Mario or Sonic or something, tell them the new edition is better. Nobody can sell them childhood again, so the old edition is always better. You keep saying the old one is worse, but you haven't even played it, they will question that, shut them down with "graphics are bad", but but ... exactly, that'll make them explode.
    • For example, go on 4chan, a 15 y o site, the once glorious site with increasing middle-age demographics, say 4chan needs a UI rework like Reddit. Even if you are trolling, and it used to be the epic base of trolls, they'll say you're a normie, triggered.
 
Apr 8, 2018
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Dude, just pretend to be 12 and play any comp game alone can trigger a lot of people.

Like your mom did something that you did and made it un-cool, it works in reverse.
 
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Say you're a hacker and you will hack them.

I know it sounds cringy but people will 💩 on you because you're cringe, that's the point isn't it?
 
Apr 1, 2018
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If you say Lil Tay is not bad, and it's the people that're stupid, you're just going to drive a lot of people away from this site.

Some people may be sensitive and easily triggered by current events, point fingers after h3h3 or pewdiepie tells them to, and call others sheeple instead of themselves, but they're the ones that will potentially populate this site.

What other way of boosting community togetherness than having a bunch of pretentious WOKERS, you sure about this admin @Morte?
 
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Morte

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The most dangerous users are those who think they have anti-norm opinions when there're actually tons of them.
They have the same mob power of the regular normies, both deeply believe they know better.

Maybe it's slapping my own face but hopefully we won't be like that kind of people.