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Jejemons: What is there to hate?

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Lately, I have seen a lot of senseless fan profiles on Facebook. Most of these are those that have somewhat some illogical hatred against Jejemons. A lot of them, to my dismay, are too disrespectful. They upload screenshots of these so called “Jejemons” on their wall photos for other people to ridicule upon.

On one of that group of fan profiles, there was one that me and my friend really attacked. To our surprise, they were stupid enough not to understand what we were talking about. We failed in sending our message to them, but, I have learned one more thing about Filipino pop culture.

A few moments after we wrote our complaint on their status, a few other people replied. They branded us as Jejemons without proof. Significance of this? A lot of people are STUPID. They listen to every single thing people tell them. They comply to pop culture as if it was their religion. They fight for nothing.

Let’s get to the real discussion here. What in the world is there to hate about Jejemons?

Other than their hideous attempt of styling their sentences, what else gives you the rush to make you want to kill them? I’ve seen a lot of people reply to this mindless fan profiles some stuff that say “kill all jejemons” and some other sentences with the more or less the same message. One question: What did Jejemons do to you? Besides, when did you start hating Jejemons? Right after you “learned” about it in the internet?

The way I view it, jejebusters (the corniest term YET), or those who upload pictures of jejemons on the internet, are people who have no life at all. They seek attention from their page’s fans. In real life? They’re just stupid typical Filipinos who lack attention. They seek attention from the fan pages because, if they seek attention with their real identity, no one would bother to talk to them.

Here’s a little analysis of everything:

Jejemon – The people discriminated. Mostly due to the fact that they type in the most hideous way possible. I don’t see any logical reason in hating them. So what if they type that way? As if I get a little less rich from what they do. If I don’t like them, I just ignore. Simple as that.

Jejebuster – Lifeless retards. These people look for attention from fans of their fan profile, who know nothing about them. They upload screenshots of the jejemon’s profiles so that people would FINALLY respond to their rants. Also, these are the people who make a big deal out of little things, things that really should be just ignored. There are a lot of possible problems they can try to counter. Out of everything else, they chose to attack jejemons? Oh c’mon.

Think of it this way. You only liked this (if you do) because everybody else did. Pop culture. If you try to have a deeper thinking of things, you would realize that these “jejemons” did nothing to you. So what if they annoyed you? The solution is simple. If it’s on the internet, close the freakin page. If it’s a text message, delete it. How simple is that? Yet stupid people look for senseless ways of popularizing themselves and their creations. They “solve” the problem with another problem.

I would also stress the fact that these anti-jeje people want these jejemons killed. Go ahead, kill them. Does that make you a better person? Does that lead to a better world? The way I view it, anti-jeje people are TYPICAL people. Typical people took upon their bodies too much pop culture. Celebrities and popular things are their lives. They have no personality and or philosophy of their own.

Lastly, I found someone on the internet who has extreme hatred for jejemons and can somehow think with his mouth. He said that being neutral with these things is a sign that one person is a hypocrite. What do you want us to do? Hate all people for illogical reasons? Do deviant things for the sake of being cool? Kill anyone who annoys and irritates us?

What is there to hate? I don’t really see any reason.

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Written by kpbotbot

May 1, 2010 at 10:38 am

25 Responses

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  1. I think I know who you were talking about in the last paragraph. But I’m not gonna mention him/her.

    Jamel

    May 1, 2010 at 10:59 am

    • mhil alejandro.

      kpbotbot

      May 1, 2010 at 11:05 am

      • Kill, hate, ridicule, and mock are synonymous to heartless people, right? Maybe “Monsters” is a better term.

        Manolo

        May 21, 2010 at 9:33 am

  2. =)) your riqht

    sherlyn

    May 1, 2010 at 11:01 am

    • remain neutral. im against pop culture, not the people.

      kpbotbot

      May 1, 2010 at 11:05 am

  3. Totally right kuya. He called me hypocrite too, but that’s nothing.

    Jamel

    May 1, 2010 at 11:16 am

  4. You had me at ‘What is There to Hate?’.

    You lost me at ‘They’re just stupid typical Filipinos who lack attention’.

    Now tell me there’s not a bit of hate in the latter sentence.

    At that point, you became hypocritical. I’d have to say though, you have skills–in writing, I mean. But I digress.

    I totally agree with you that there’s no clear point in hating Jejemons. Yes, they are annoying and all but they’re acceptable in my book. The thing is, I feel that you hate the Jejebusters, which beats the aim of your rant. I also have to commend you for stating your opinion in this matter.

    I hope you don’t take offense in this comment, I’m just observing.

    XXXxx

    rimewire

    May 1, 2010 at 12:23 pm

    • what is there to hate <– questioning what is there to hate about jejemons.

      and yes, i hate jejebusters. it's clear. why? too much pop culture in their head.

      and no, im not angry 🙂

      kpbotbot

      May 1, 2010 at 12:27 pm

    • in case i didn’t make myself clear, this post was meant to attack jejebusters 🙂 the title does not imply that this post is hate-free.

      kpbotbot

      May 1, 2010 at 12:33 pm

      • Then you are no different from Jejebusters, aside from your object of hate.

        Again, no offense.

        XXXxx

        rimewire

        May 1, 2010 at 12:46 pm

    • not really. jejebusters hate for NO REASON. i hate jejebusters because a lot (not really all) disrespect other people. i am one of those who really care about respect. theres a difference.

      kpbotbot

      May 1, 2010 at 12:53 pm

      • Okay, whatever makes you happy.

        XXXxx

        rimewire

        May 1, 2010 at 12:56 pm

      • you have a good point brother. 🙂

        nickelodeon

        July 12, 2010 at 11:39 pm

  5. i LIKE.
    Those jejebusters don’t have lives of their own. i pity jejemons for the reason that they were just doing what makes them happy or what is FUN for them , then right now, a LOT of people are overreacting and somewhat controlling towards them… err. get a life jejebusters! Ur no Gods to take in control or change what makes other people happy. 😡

    darkShi

    May 2, 2010 at 10:34 am

    • your last sentence makes perfect sense. we’re just people like them. no one is inferior or superior, nor are we in the same position as God to judge other people.

      kpbotbot

      May 2, 2010 at 10:43 am

  6. “Jejebusters hate for no reason” Totally made me laugh my ass off.

    “What is there to hate?” errr. How about the way they type is so confusing and hard to understand? ._.

    ooooh suuuure they have FUN. It takes a long time typing in jeje-mode and it even takes a longer time reading what they typed. What’s so cool in typing like that? They only appear uneducated.

    How in the world will I have a normal conversation with someone who types like that? I used to have a friend who types normally but when she evolved into a jejemon I had a hard time chatting/texting with that person.. If I just keep ignoring jejemons because I don’t like the way they type , then thanks for making me lose a friend. Losing a friend is simple as that huh.

    fyi, some Jejebusters are not lifeless retards. They want jejemons to type comprehensibly. If this jejemon thing continues, who knows what will happen to the future generation.. Everyone in the future might type like that (I’d kill myself if ever that happens). I know it’s exaggerated but yea.. You can call jejemons a menace to society.
    I despise Jejemons but not so extreme that I wanna kill them.
    Well, I am no God ROFLOL. Just want to see them change. CHANGE FOR THE BETTER.

    antijejemon

    May 5, 2010 at 10:55 am

    • You know what jejebusters are, right? They are those people who take screenshots of jejemons and upload to sites for other people to ridicule. I, too, get irritated, but unlike those Jejebusters, I don’t like putting other people in shame.

      “fyi, some Jejebusters are not lifeless retards. They want jejemons to type comprehensibly. If this jejemon thing continues, who knows what will happen to the future generation.. Everyone in the future might type like that (I’d kill myself if ever that happens). I know it’s exaggerated but yea.. You can call jejemons a menace to society.”

      They’re doing it wrong. They should tackle the problem in a BETTER WAY. The upload-screenshot-of-jejemon-to-fan-profile method of educating doesn’t work dude.

      Last two sentences of yours –> Honestly speaking, I also get irritated and i kinda look down on people like those. However, coming to think of it, they’re people too. They deserve equal treatment and respect. They do not deserve the punishment they get from people who upload their faces for other people to laugh at and or make fun of. We’re no God, but we can do something about it. People can start thinking about what they’re doing, and then stop the discrimination.

      Thanks for your comment by the way 🙂

      kpbotbot

      May 5, 2010 at 11:28 am

  7. ooooh suuuure they have FUN. It takes a long time typing in jeje-mode and it even takes a longer time reading what they typed. What’s so cool in typing like that? <– that's what they call as preference. so what, are you jealous coz you couldn't write it as easy as they do? or read is as fast as they do?

    if you lost a friend just for jejetyping, then i guess you're not really friends at all. and what you didn't complain that you want him/her to type in a more readable manner? you just ignored it?

    seriously you are worried with people typing it the long way but never considered sms messaging as something menacing for the future generations (pls, plx, dis, dat) that could still evolve as a norm for the future generations.

    if you look outside the box, that's just human nature, two races, one killing the other to show their dominance and an increase of power (for jejebusters, its making them feel superior, don't get me wrong, that's the fact), even if the other is passive/peaceful. and that's one of the very reason why war exist and such, and now people ask why those who engage in war are unreasonable.. lolx

    L3375P34K

    May 7, 2010 at 3:36 pm

  8. To whom it may concern

    I used to live in the Philippines, and back then, I used to just ignore these JEJEMONS. However, as am now living abroad, I take pride in being from the Philippines. Thus, due to the recent rise in the popularity of the JEJEMONS, especially since mainstream internet culture has already heard about this, it has come to my attention that the Global perspective of Filipinos have been warped and distorted.

    Many foreigners now associate all filipinos with jejemons. They now discriminate all filipinos, making fun of us, calling us all uneducated retards and such. That is why I believe that the discrimination of the jejemons are perfectly justifiable. I do not want to tarnish our global image, specially on the interwebs.

    Those who claim otherwise are all pretentious posers who try to act cool, and become “internet white knights”. My friends, stop pretending, deep down you know that what you really want is to be rid of these jejemons. There is nothing wrong in upholding one’s nation’s honour and image. stop pretending, that woman you are trying to impress wont like you more if you defend the jejemons. You wont get +1 rating by defending the jejemons. stop lying to yourself.

    Enough ridicule to these jejemons should be enough. Make them feel embarrassed and ashamed, and they should stop. Lack of education do not result in low IQ, on the contrary, Low IQ results in lack of education. IQ cannot be fixed gentlemen.

    I am not suggesting a form of Eugenics(I now predict you will go to wikipedia to search for this word). I am mearly suggesting we make the jejemons fixed themselves through sufficient discrimination and mocking.

    This has also been posted on other sites. Gather up arms brothers, help your nation!

    Tough love people, tough love.

    Anonymous

    May 7, 2010 at 4:44 pm

    • perhaps you’re taking this personally. oh sure, i don’t have a vast knowledge of words i could use in my posts. that’s because i don’t rely on flowery words for my posts.

      anyway, good point, but i do have to point out that what im against is the irrational hatred of some retards who hate these jejemons only because the freakin trend got popular. you guys over there wouldn’t get stereotyped if this pop culture phenomenon didn’t get popular, would it?

      whose to blame? i bet it’s those idiots who think this new trend is cool and make themselves popular by uploading pictures of jejemons onto fan profiles in facebook.

      the real solution? it’s always when we go after the roots. roots is not equal to jejemon in this case. it’s not the jejemons’ fault you guys are getting discriminated there. it’s the filipinos fault. why? they made it popular. they made a name for themselves. a small problem shouldn’t really be a big deal. i personally think that those who have irrational hatred for these jejemons have a much lower IQ than the jejemons themselves.

      by the way, thanks for the opinion 🙂 we all have ours.

      kpbotbot

      May 8, 2010 at 2:03 am

    • Tough love? How can you equate love through sufficient discrimination and mocking. Go figure…

      Manolo

      May 21, 2010 at 9:28 am

  9. […] Very Existence rails against jejemon haters. Other than their hideous attempt of styling their sentences, what else gives you the rush to make […]

  10. […] Very Existence rails against jejemon haters. Other than their hideous attempt of styling their sentences, what else gives you the rush to make […]

  11. For me, this jejemon thing is the hottest topic nowadays but this pop culture will die down one day. After reading the different opinions, I think we should dispense with using the word, “hate.”

    It is a heavy word that can distort reason and being human. Jejemons should be told constructively that their language distorts the norms of the English language. Calling them names, cursing, ridiculing, and insulting them will never help. (These is not tough love.)

    Extreme Jejebusters practice all of the above. If they think jejemons are not cute, then what are they? Murderers? Bigots? Racists? Monsters? I’m sorry but they only show the dark side of being human.

    For now, jejemons should not force themselves with people. Jejebusters should renounce their hate ideology because it absolutely DOES NOT MAKE THEM ANY BETTER. In short, let us be PEOPLE.

    Manolo

    May 21, 2010 at 8:49 am

  12. absolutely right! they’re still humans, worthy of some respect. i hate the way they text, but is there any reason to discriminate them? cmon people! it doesnt look like they’re planning missile attack or what with their style of texting.

    hihi

    August 29, 2010 at 5:06 am


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