Brain Bleach: What has been seen cannot be unseen.
Bleach: a chemical that is used to make something become white or pale and as a disinfectant (= to prevent infection from spreading)
“I’ve many a time tried to the impossible task of washing away the memory of a sight that should never been seen. And let me tell you this: Febreeze( household odor eliminators) in the eyes only brings more pain.”
Schmuck Bait: Falling for obvious traps.
Rule 34: Lets face it, if you’re going to fall in love with a cartoon character, it’s your god given right to ponder what she or indeed he looks like with less clothes on.
Memetic Mutation: In-jokes among fandoms, stories and the internet in general.
in-joke: also inside joke especially in North American English; a joke that is only understood by a particular group of people.
Poe’s Law: “Satire doesn’t stand a chance against reality anymore.” — Jules Feiffer in 1959
/ˈsætaɪə(r)/ a way of criticizing a person, an idea or an institution in which you use humour to show their faults or weaknesses; a piece of writing that uses this type of criticism.
Parodies of extreme views presented without outward mockery will be confused with sincerely held extreme views because of their similarities, while authentic extreme positions will be confused for parody.
ˈpærədi a piece of writing, music, acting, etc. that deliberately copies the style of somebody/something in order to be humorous
all because parodies are intrinsically extreme
Viewers Are Morons: The creators underestimate their average viewer’s intelligence.
“No one in this world, so far as I know — and I have researched the records for years, and employed agents to help me — has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people. Nor has anyone ever lost public office thereby.” — H. L. Mencken, “Notes on Journalism”
Thirty pieces of silver
According to the Gospel of Matthew, Judas Iscariot was a disciple of Jesus. Before the Last Supper, Judas went to the chief priests and agreed to hand over Jesus in exchange for 30 silver coins. Jesus was then arrested in Gethsemane, where Judas revealed Jesus’ identity to the soldiers by giving him a kiss.
According to Chapter 27 of Matthew’s gospel, Judas was filled with remorse and returned the money to the chief priests before hanging himself. The chief priests decided that they could not put it into the temple treasury as it was considered blood money, and so with it they bought the Potter’s Field.
You’re not entirely wrong…
You just didn’t have to be such an asshole about it.