Norwood Vocal Tics
#21
(03-07-2022, 08:59 PM)Fudgepipe Wrote: [Image: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FNQwgc2WUAAt...=4096x4096]

This is Norwood. Someone deciding to wage guerilla warfare against a small forum for committing the only apparent offense of taking life more seriously than most are comfortable with. You are the Norwood character described above. You tell yourself your internal light didn't go out because you still have the fire in you to vomit normopathic platitudes at the disenfranchised in your free time. Your fear (and yes you are afraid behind your soyjak smirk) of a world that's discerning is justified. What will it see when it turns to you?

edit: trimmed quote length
#22
(03-07-2022, 09:09 PM)anthony Wrote: This is Norwood. Someone deciding to wage guerilla warfare against a small forum for committing the only apparent offense of taking life more seriously than most are comfortable with. You are the Norwood character described above. You tell yourself your internal light didn't go out because you still have the fire in you to vomit normopathic platitudes at the disenfranchised in your free time. Your fear (and yes you are afraid behind your soyjak smirk) of a world that's discerning is justified. What will it see when it turns to you?

Logo Daedalus of all people once made a very good point: those who try to emulate stereotypical "jocks" or schoolyard bullies in their verbiage are almost never actual jocks or bullies, but people who suffered greatly under the school social hierarchy and now flagellate themselves for not living up to its standards. I think the irony was lost on him.
#23
Who are these people? Where do they come from?
#24
(03-07-2022, 09:20 PM)Earth Rabbit Wrote: Who are these people? Where do they come from?

[Image: https://i.imgur.com/6OSmuR4.png]

"There, but for the grace of God, go I."
#25
any reason why earth rabbit's posts are deleted?
#26
(03-07-2022, 09:35 PM)anthony Wrote: any reason why earth rabbit's posts are deleted?

I deleted them. I was trying to quote the guy who posted the Keanu twitter dm pic but it wasn't working.
#27
(03-07-2022, 09:39 PM)Earth Rabbit Wrote:
(03-07-2022, 09:35 PM)anthony Wrote: any reason why earth rabbit's posts are deleted?

I deleted them. I was trying to quote the guy who posted the Keanu twitter dm pic but it wasn't working.

Ah right. Yeah the quoting function here doesn't quite seem ironed out yet. Not sure what's going on with that.
#28
(03-07-2022, 09:39 PM)Earth Rabbit Wrote:
(03-07-2022, 09:35 PM)anthony Wrote: any reason why earth rabbit's posts are deleted?

I deleted them. I was trying to quote the guy who posted the Keanu twitter dm pic but it wasn't working.

There's a problem with quoting guest posts. Why this is, I don't know; I'll have to look into it.
#29
I had a sudden thought re the wood's obsession with bullying, noteworthy that they always talk about the value of shoving nerds in lockers during school, but never simply fighting (a much more useful thing), sign of abjection and beholdenness.
#30
References to bodily ejections like shit, piss, fart, cum are obviously Norwood. There is obviously *that* accusation you could level about the propensity toward coprological humour.
Brick 
#31
I wish Amarna II's first hater safe travels in his return to the nigger worshipping hearth.

As Recent Friend pointed out earlier a distinction needs to be made between soy/etc. and Norwood, but additionally I think a distinction between generalized millennial vernacular vs specified (although the overlap is obviously important) is valuable, as Norwood is a specified type of millennial.

For example, I don't know when exactly it began but the millennial fixation of referring to instances as "a thing" such as "so that was a thing.." or "so I did a thing!".. I found this pathologic "Google" faggot babytalk revolting the first time I heard it, and it's distinctly millennial, however I wouldn't call it Norwood for the same reason I wouldn't call "you nerd" "yikes" "dude" etc. Norwood, as those are part of return-to-childhood soy culture (which was invented by Gen X and their obsession with genre fiction and toys) and because the desired effect of those affectations is to be seen as a folksy get-along (as Chud pointed out) compared to the adoption of (perceived) "cutting" nigger (bully) language.

I believe one of the defining characteristics of the Norwood is a kind of literary view of themselves as "at odds" with "society" (or some perceived amalgamation of society and or specific popular opinions). Logo (who I actually think is capable of being quite intelligent) is a model example of this, where he arbitrarily, and constantly, pivots, and reinvents himself to maintain his self-image as an outsider of what he considers to be the mainstream-underground. People like Logo and Kantbot were much more insightful in the past, when they desired to be contrarians of NiggerWorld, now due to the "split" they (correctly) see BAP as the cultural head of the mainstream-underground which they must oppose to be more outsider, except for them this takes the form of self domestication and becoming the "accepted" "contrarians" within the "dirt bag left".

This relates to the larger Africanization of RW Twitter becoming a woman's space, but I don't want to go too far off topic.
#32
(03-11-2022, 05:14 AM)PIGSAW Wrote: For example, I don't know when exactly it began but the millennial fixation of referring to instances as "a thing" such as "so that was a thing." or "so I did a thing!".

During WWII, the Japanese attempted to form a fifth column in the Americas to get a foothold in the Pacific Theater. The result was "Japanese Brazilians" and "Japanese Peruvians", who, despite the common narrative, did not immigrate to those countries, but were TRANSMOGRIFIED from the indigenous populations, remotely infused with Yamato-damashii by way of the newest advances in Oriental race science (most of this has been scrubbed from the history books, but you can find traces if you squint hard enough).

The Japanese also attempted several rounds of transmogrification on the American populace, which proved largely unsuccessful on account of the stubbornness of that country's founding stock. Remnants of this attempted transformation still remain, however. American Japanophilia is always strongest in those Heartlanders whose ancestors have been partially transmogrified, mental aliens longing for their rightful home.

The fixation on the word "thing" ("it was a thing", "I did a thing", etc.) is an obvious calque of the Japanese 「こと」 .
#33
[Image: https://i.gyazo.com/178f37db1bf0bf2271c1...6722f5.jpg]

「計画を信頼する」
#34
(03-07-2022, 07:01 PM)Fudgepipe Wrote: you people
[Image: https://c.tenor.com/ZYPXJctKRwoAAAAC/soy-soyboy.gif]
#35
(03-07-2022, 07:01 PM)Fudgepipe Wrote: One of my favorite things about you people is how you come up with "new" variations of what's essentially the same insult (NPC, Bugman, Norwood) every few years and act as if you've come up with this unprecedented breakthrough every single time

Norwood and Bugman are not the same thing. Get a grip!
#36
Fudgepipe, how did you find Amarna?
#37
One of the very worst; "[Assertion] no?"
#38
(02-23-2022, 04:22 PM)Chud Wrote:
(02-23-2022, 03:53 PM)Saker Wrote: The word "dude", for one.

(02-23-2022, 04:07 PM)cats Wrote: Referring to a group of people as "dudes" is high Norwood [...] When not pretending to be schoolyard bullies, Norwoods will use the phraseology of their favorite wholesome niggos.

This is part of a more general trend, common to Norwood-adjacent groups, of adopting regional / dialectal slang to try and sound like "common people". See also: wokoids' adoption of "y'all" and "folks".

what if its used ironically
#39
"lmao"
#40
(03-15-2022, 03:33 AM)Guest Wrote: "lmao"

Too general to be dubbed norwood


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