A not-so-humble Facebook post—notable for its terrible message, even worse grammar, and over-the-top defensiveness—has Reddit excited on an otherwise dreary day. The story begins simply, with a "real man" saying "hi girls" and promising "i can give u everything u want" if they want a "realastionship."
If you're confused by this interaction, let the delightfully named YOLOnomoics69 give you a TL;DR version of the posts. YOLO replies:
Guy posts about being a better "man" for girls than all their "little boy" boyfriends. Then he proceeds to get called out by many women for being desperate and posting that on The Facebook.
It's quite funny because he tries to defend himself after every comment.
Whoever mercifully blanked out the names has not robbed you of the ability to identify the "man." His is the black bar, and his is the not-that-humiliated commentary of someone who should really be very humiliated.
"What do you mean by that," he says in response to someone sarcastically wondering why he hasn't had any takers yet. "I put all the boys to shame." It almost comes across as tongue-in-cheek, but for his repeated denials that he's a "boy" or "desperate."
"No im not and if u thought i was little boy cos your wrong," repeats the boy. This is probably more female attention than he's used to, and he's not using it very productively. Granted, that image of a fox in a taxi is pretty excellent.
At this point, the boy retreats behind his beseiged Facebook wall, and it was all he could do to repel the waves of attackers.
Luckily, Pink Bar comes to his defense and gives some insight into this boy's emotions. He's feeling "Not good cus x" because "All off them people saying things about me."
Hopefully, he learned his lesson, and hopefully, he and everyone in his Facebook network learn how to type, spell, and ignore—lest his cousin come after them. And if you're ever feeling lonely and desperate, just read this sentence: "there's nothing wrong in that so back off from my cuzin yea he's only lookin for sumone to love n make them happy x."