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One of those popular internet slang terms that peeves me XP.

I occasionally post crappy little cartoons like this, along with my bollocks opinions, on twitter XP. https://twitter.com/roareyraccoon

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Type: Sketch
Published: 9 years, 4 months ago
Rating: General

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9 years, 4 months ago
XD funny
9 years, 4 months ago
Adorable lil' critter <3
9 years, 4 months ago
The only real person who is butthurt is the one who's on the bottom without lube.
9 years, 3 months ago
That's not ALWAYS a bad thing :p
9 years, 1 month ago
I have found that the best cure for "butthurt" is a small dab of
Vicks Vaporub® (or a sufficiently similar knock-off) up the tail.
(just... don't get it on your sack, or you'll be "nut-hurt" - lol)
9 years, 4 months ago
Dude you totally need a tumbler for these X3
9 years, 4 months ago
Dude you totally need a Inkbunny for these X3
9 years, 4 months ago
I love this...
This is so fucking true..
And i love this so frigging much..
Both the observation, and the art made from the observation.
9 years, 4 months ago
I agree!
9 years, 1 month ago
Let's all sit around and watch Daria.
9 years, 4 months ago
I love these.
It's been a while since Our Host did one...
9 years, 4 months ago
awww... i love his expression saying that n///n
9 years, 4 months ago
Only true when applied to a specific scenario.
sounds like you hear it being used in a hurtful manner.

It is also used as an expression for when someone is whining exsesivly about somthing.
It doesnt nessisarily mean that the person saying it ENJOYS the other's woes...

just putting that out there.
9 years, 4 months ago
Why would you waste your time on someone whose complaints are silly, excessive, trivial, etc, if you're not concerned with bringing the person to understand that their complaints are such? Calling someone butthurt dismisses the validity of their complaint, trivializes it, and ridicules them for finding it worthy of complaint. This does nothing to stop them from complaining, if anything, it just makes them more defensive about the issue.

If someone's voiced complaints truly are ridiculously excessive and unfounded, and if you are not enjoying seeing other people upset, then simply choosing not to validate their complaint with a response would be the way to go.

People dismissing someone else's "whining" as just being butthurt might not be enjoying their woes, but they are certainly just adding fuel to the fire at the very least. I think Roarey's point is that if you're NOT a dick, then you're not going to be dismissing someone else's upset as "butthurt" even if you do feel them to just be whining. If you're really above that, then you'd either be taking the time to try and calmly explain to them how and why they may be over-reacting, or, you'd simply ignore it.
9 years, 4 months ago
i dont deny that :P

however if you are going to go as far as to say all of that, you may as well just pick apart the endless amount of other expressions used in such a manner.

What you are trying to say (Simply put) is in order to be a productive social being, dont say anything if you have nothing productive to say. While this is a very useful philosiphy, its somthing that will never EVER be accepted on a global scale. its human nature.

may i also add that in a way you arent looking at the entirety of my statement. Never once did i say that responding to someones trivial complaints by only saying "Stop being butt-hurt" was an acceptable form of communication.
Using the expression with the addition of (as you put it) "taking the time to try and calmly explain to them how and why they may be over-reacting" seems more "appropriate"

There will always be expressions used that tick people off for one reason or another.
I for one have a pet peeve for the over use of the expression "troll" or "trolling" :)

With all that said, im hoping that your lengthy response was used in simple debate rather than attack. I mean no offense in my post(s) im simply trying to add my observations of psychology.
9 years, 4 months ago
When someone raises objection to a nasty result of the uglier part of human nature, there's always that response along the lines of 'well, it's human nature, people will do shitty things, you'll never get everyone to stop being shitty.' The presumption is that people objecting to undesirable behavior are all always under the delusion that ALL undesirable behavior can someday be eliminated. Which, of course, is silly. So it strikes me as pointless and redundant that people always raise what amounts to a counterpoint to a point that isn't being made.

"I think murder is bad and steps should be taken to minimize the occurrence of it." "Someone will always commit murder, you can't ever stop all of it." "Yes, I'm aware of that, we're discussing what can be done to stop as much as CAN be stopped." Murder will always be a fact of human existence. That doesn't mean it won't also always be worthwhile to object to it powerfully, and to do whatever can be done to discourage people from doing it. :3

Even with the addition of  "taking the time to try and calmly explain to them how and why they may be over-reacting," if you've used the expression "butthurt" in doing so, then you have likely defeated any chance of actually being heard in a constructive manner by the person you're supposedly interested in helping see the excessiveness of their reaction. The expression in and of itself is an immediate indicator that 'I am not on your side' and thus immediately puts you outside of having the person listen to what else you might have to say. Which is fine if you're really speaking to other possible observers of the exchange rather than the one you're speaking to, but it still means you're not really trying to be constructive at all in the interests of the person you've labeled as butthurt.

I agree that it frustrates communication when a word comes to mean something other than what it was meant to. It's an understandable evolution of the term, though. Trolls, when the term is used correctly, are people simply trolling for a reaction, not necessarily personally invested in causing upset or drama, but just generally seeing who they can fuck with. It's not unfair to say that far more often than not, this results in upset and drama, and a person has to be at least some kind of an asshole to intentionally try to disrupt a total stranger without concern for the impact their behavior may have on another human being. "Troll" may have originally meant a very limited and specific kind of asshole, where these days it's used for pretty much anyone being an asshole on the internet. The common usage has usurped the original usage, much like "gay" and "faggot" don't mean what they once did.

Yes, these responses are simple debate regarding your comments, not meant to be personal attacks against you. I mean no offense either, and am likewise offering my own observations.

My counterpoint to your points is basically that to people who generally feel that kicking someone while they're down is a bad thing; whether you're getting off on it or you do it out of sincerely neutral and disinterested boredom is mostly irrelevant. It's two very different kinds of dicks, yes, but either way still makes the person doing it a dick. :3
9 years, 4 months ago
(thanks for clarifying the last part, i hate getting into heated debates thinking that the other person has an equally cool headed attitude about it when they dont;resulting in argument+drama)

Now when i say "its human nature" i dont mean thats an excuse, im just saying that it happens. i just tend to write those things off as a slang term.
I think we are pretty much on the same page, just with slight deviations in details.

my biggest point is that there are alot of different ways to say the same thing as "butthurt" , as with most other "insults"
for instance:
"get over it"
"cry baby"

to name a few. It comes down to what the individual finds the most "offensive" at the time of happening.
9 years, 4 months ago
I think any reasonable person would agree that none of those things can really be said to a person expressing a grievance and NOT come across as being at the very least unnecessarily rude and dismissive. There's just no need for any of those responses. Exceptions could be argued for a close friend exercising tough love, and sometimes a general message of "get over it" is called for, but not JUST "get over it" and we're talking about random comments on the internet, not advice from friends. It would not be unreasonable for a person to take offense at any of those remarks coming from the peanut gallery.

At this point, I think the point I thought you were making may not be the point you're intending to make.
9 years, 4 months ago
"At this point, I think the point I thought you were making may not be the point you're intending to make."

i think you are right ;)
9 years, 4 months ago
Sure, there's a lot more that could be discussed here, but you'll never get it into a single cartoon XP.
9 years, 4 months ago
Oh i definitly agree! :)
thats what the comment section is for, yes? ^^ hehe

9 years, 4 months ago
This guy could be the mascot for a not-being-a-dick movement. :3

Y'know, being a fox, and thus, an expert on dicks. :3c
9 years, 4 months ago
I think you qualify as a dick expert as well, considering your extensive research and cataloguing efforts XP.
9 years, 4 months ago
hahaha XD
9 years, 4 months ago
Very cute! :P
9 years, 4 months ago
someones.....butthurt >w>
9 years, 4 months ago
Or rather its a way of saying "What you're mad at isn't really worth getting upset over"

Here's a hint. Try saying what you're mad about like an angry Victorian lord. If it sounds ridiculous then it's not worth getting too upset about.
9 years, 4 months ago
What about toss-pot? XD
9 years, 4 months ago
if you call someone butthurt aren't you implying that you are gay and fucked them in the ass?

wow. all of 4chan is gay
9 years, 4 months ago
Wouldn't "schadenfreude" be a more direct and semantically pleasing description?
9 years, 3 months ago
This is why I love this community.
9 years, 1 month ago
Butthurt (adj.) : "After letting his friend's husky top him unsupervised, Christopher was very butthurt and he couldn't sit down for three days."
9 years, 3 months ago
Schadenfreude.  Sadly it's just an aspect of human nature.
9 years, 3 months ago
It was also human nature in the middle ages to enjoy the sight of people being disemboweled in the streets as a form of entertainment. One that children were also invited to XP.
9 years, 1 month ago
9 years, 2 months ago
I was butthurt last week.

I'm never eating at that restaurant again.
9 years, 1 month ago
You should try Chipotle-Away.
9 years ago
But if I don't talk like a twat, how people know that I am one?

7 years, 3 months ago
I think the only ones that can get away with it are the super best friends.
6 years, 6 months ago
I would rather go for the more tasteful Bye, Felicia X3
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