Twitter hero imagines if men talked to everyone the way they talk to women online. It's gross.

Twitter hero imagines if men talked to everyone the way they talk to women online. It's gross.
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If you spend any time on the Internet (which you assumedly do, unless you're reading this article on a printout), you probably already know that some dudes say pretty heinous stuff to ladies online, from condescending mansplaining to telling women on OkCupid to commit suicide (stay classy, lonely guys). Male Twitter user @pharmesean decided to point out how awful some of the things dudes say to women are by taking actual things men have said to women online and putting them into other conversations. He posted the following images on Twitter along with the note "If men interacted with everybody they way they interact with women on social media":

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Actually, yes, the first one. Please send a picture of your vomit.
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Burning bridges: the hot new networking technique.

Pharmesean told BuzzFeed, "The screengrabs in my tweets are all based on real interactions – I essentially transcribed the men’s parts from real conversations I’ve seen on the web, countless times."

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Guernsey is totally the guy who blocked Jamie in.
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The replies to Pharmesean's tweet are a mix of hearty agreement and criticism, where it's hard to tell who's actually being critical and who's being sarcastic and playing along. Like this guy:

https://twitter.com/BasilGeoffrey/status/692286097418764288

But more responses are like this:

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