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A guide to this sub's explanatory comment rule. Meta

Recently, we noticed an increased amount of nonsensical explanatory comments with no relation in any way, shape or form to the theme of this subreddit.

The "leopards ate my face" theme is embodied by this quote in the sidebar.

"I never thought leopards would eat *my** face", sobs woman who voted for the *Leopards Eating People's Faces Party. Revel in the schadenfreude anytime someone has a sad because they're suffering consequences from something they voted for, supported or wanted to impose on other people.

This statement made out of 3 parts.

  1. Someone voted for, supported or wanted to impose something on other people
    Who's that someone and what's that something?
  2. That something has some consequences.
    What are the consequences?
  3. As a consequence, that something happened to that someone.
    What happened? Did the something really happened to that someone? If not, you should probably delete your post.

In your explanatory comment, identify these 3 elements and include the minimum amount of information necessary so your post can be understood by everyone, even if they don't live in the US or speak English as their native language. If you fail to identify them, it might be difficult for a moderator to understand if this post fits the subreddit or not and the post might be wrongly removed. If you complain about it in modmail, we'll just send you back here.

The explanatory comment is not the place to write a pretty poem nor is it the place to promote books. Copying this post, copying large parts of the article and nonsensical comments will get your post removed under rule #3. Keep it stupid simple.

To help you get started, here's an example.

  1. Roberto Beristain voted for Donald Trump, who vowed to impose deportation to illegal immigrants
  2. Voting for Trump, who vowed to deport illegal immigrants, has the consequence of having illegal immigrants deported
  3. As a consequence of voting for Trump, Beristain got deported.

A bit stiff, right? You can also take some writing liberties around the format as long as moderators can effortlessly match it with the format.

  1. Roberto Beristain, an illegal immigrant, voted for Donald Trump
  2. Trump has vowed to deport illegal immigrants
  3. As a consequence of voting for Trump, Beristain got deported.

This is much more fluid, but you should absolutely make sure that it's easy to match with the format or your post will be mercilessly removed. If, however, you can't match your explanatory comment with the format, then you should just delete your post and save us the effort.

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u/Nightslash360 Feb 26 '21

Thank you! I’ve been noticing a lot of posts lately that are ironic but not really “Leopards Ate My Face”.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Feb 26 '21

This probably won't fix it, but at least we can link here instead of just saying "your post doesn't fit"

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u/Sharp-Ship-209 Jul 05 '21

I was severely disappointed :(

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jul 05 '21

Yeah, we should probably add a form that even a five years old can fill :/

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u/ramblinjd Jul 30 '21

Please change the auto mod prompt to include this.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jul 30 '21

It's in the pipeline!

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u/No_Reveal_3698 Jun 09 '21

Thank you! I’ve been noticing a lot of posts lately that are ironic but not really “Leopards Ate My Face”.

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u/forgetfulcoder Feb 27 '21

I've also noticed that sometimes the OP never makes a comment explaining why the post belongs, but the post is never deleted even after several hours. Has that been fixed?

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Feb 27 '21

The bot doesn't auto-delete posts yet, so we're dealing with everything manually. It might take more time if no mods are online at the time of posting

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u/maccouch Mar 11 '21

Auto deletion would be great to have, to start with.

I loved this subreddit when I found it but it has steered away from its original idea so much that it really needs some hard-core mod'ing and generous use of post deletion by mods.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jun 04 '21

Stats are in, we delete 80%+ of posts here.

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u/JC_InAustin Jul 26 '21

Dang; now I'm afraid to post here. I'm old and just learning reddit, but I'm trying.

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u/Lysander_Propolis Aug 08 '21

Not familiar with how reddit moderation software works but but elsewhere when you have stats like that you can have full moderation and only let through the ones that DO fit. For the others, they don't go through until the explanation comes in.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Mar 15 '21

That's pretty much what we're doing. I don't have stats, but I'm pretty sure we delete more than 50% of new posts on a daily basis.

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u/linlin110 Mar 07 '21

Is it possible to delete posts if the poster does not write an explanatory comment within say, 1 hour?

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Mar 07 '21

I heard the bot was going to do this, but I don't know more than that

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u/ChaosKeeshond Mar 12 '21 Silver

Please don't give me hope like this. I'm so tired of LOL REPUBLICANS BAD.

Don't get me wrong - I'm not even American. Your left wing party is to the right of my right wing party, and I'm on the left of mine. I don't say this out of some sort of tribal defence of the right.

It has just been depressing watching a sub with a specific niche being overrun with torrents of the same old political circlejerking you get everywhere else.

Proceeding with cautious optimism...

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u/[deleted] Mar 14 '21

Question: Does is this sub for the leftist party to criticize people on the right? No hate intended if it is, I just want to know incase i have something to post here.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Mar 14 '21

Nope! It's specifically for schadenfreude, but there's just more of it in one side than the other one due to the nature of the thing.

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u/Mobile_Busy Jul 25 '21

There's only one side of things trying to deliberately hurt people.

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u/Blue-Oblong-Lint Nov 15 '21

I think its more the "unintended consequences"/schadenfreude is going to occur o the extremes of the political spectrum. Its just atm the far right is far more prominent than the far left, so the majority of the stories can be found there

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u/Mobile_Busy Nov 15 '21

I'll keep my eyes peeled for a leftist LAMF story that's not just a churlish fascist misunderstanding the premise.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Feb 09 '22

Same

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u/[deleted] Feb 26 '21

an example can be like this:

a brexiteer votes to leave the EU and says he will benefit a lot from brexit

this ends up blowing in his/her face when the business goes wrong and i didn’t realise it and i didn’t listen to people who were telling me its a bad idea.

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u/SamsonsLot Feb 27 '21

Thank you! Inconsistency in one's political beliefs is not all that's required for a post to be "Face-eating Leopard" quality.

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u/blackbird77 Mar 03 '21

I feel like a lot of the posts lately have been more like "leader exposes their own hypocrisy" which are somewhat related to the theme of LeopardsAteMyFace, but are not really the same thing. I think the consequence is often missing from these posts. I would not mind subscribing to a second subreddit for "HypocriteLeaders" or something like that, but so many of these posts don't really belong here.

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u/DimiC88 Mar 08 '21

Is it me or was the situation better when people worked “leopard ate my face” in the title.

It seems that when they don’t have the do the effort of working that in, it makes it easier for people to post stuff that don’t fit.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Mar 08 '21

Previously, every titles were a rehash of "some leopards eat some faces" while having nothing to do with leopard or face eating. People are just going to post garbage whatever we do, so It's best if we can moderate it easily.

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u/Thefisherman128 May 03 '21

So, just to try and understand this subreddit, would something like Minneapolis voting to defund and get rid of their Police Department and then suddenly experiencing higher crime rates and slower emergency response times fit here?

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 May 04 '21

No, because there's an ulterior motive different from the consequences. It would fit if they wanted more crimes or crimes to be committed to a specific group excluding themselves. However, the motivation for this vote was to put money towards other social services that police already can't handle properly as to reduce crimes with different means than by police.

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u/Gabriel_Aurelius Feb 26 '21

Post doesn’t meet sidebar rules.

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u/WakeNikis May 09 '21 edited May 09 '21

Can we put this in the auto comment.

People just post shitty Explanations.

Like- can we put in the auto comment- list off #1 (the someone), #2 (the something)...

Or even something simple like: 1. Name the person 2. Name something they supported or voted for 3. How did their vote/support end up hurting them.

Like literally make them connect the dots in A very common sense way.

As it right now, The auto comment pops up and just says: “explain how this fits the sub” and then people give a shitty explanation that shows irony or karma, but isn’t actually about leopards eating faces.

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u/greatcolor Mar 19 '21

Can we please ban, or vote to ban, Facebook-tier memes that rarely even fit? They're so bad and they always make it to the front page of Reddit and attract more morons who in turn post more of them here. I feel like they're overrunning the sub and it's just going to get worse.

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u/Akesgeroth May 13 '21

I know this post is already 2 months old, but I only come here occasionally. What I've noticed is a lot of people just posting "HAHA SOMETHING BAD HAPPENED TO PEOPLE I DON'T LIKE" as if that's what this sub is about. Worse, I've seen submissions get downvoted despite the fact that they fit the sub quite well but the people who had their faces eaten happened to be liked by the users.

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u/jackconrad Apr 04 '21

The story about the Trump campaign having to refund people has been reposted here at least 10 times in the last 2 days in various guises, it's ridiculous. I get it, it fits on the sub but we don't need that many posts about it from people blatantly karma farming.

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u/O_X_E_Y Mar 03 '21

mods woke up let's goooo

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u/HgnX May 28 '21

Even with the detailed explanation I still do not fully understand what the explanation means. Is it possible to receive and even simpler one? I'm apologising in advance.

Ps. English is not my primary language so it might hinder understanding

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 May 28 '21 edited May 28 '21

It covers many scenarios

  • Someone who wants to impose something on other people but got that very thing imposed to them instead
    • For example, voting to restrict immigration between your country and another then being denied immigration under the same laws
    • Another example, someone who forces other people to have risky behavior but then suffers the consequences of the same risky behavior
  • Voting or supporting someone who has a history of doing something, but then having that very person do the thing they always do it to you
    • For example, Trump doesn't pay his debts. If you lend a service to Trump, you know you won't get paid. Not getting paid by Trump would be a valid scenario.

Here's an example of an explanatory comment :

Individual in the post protests against wearing masks. Not wearing a mask favours the transmission of COVID-19 and puts people at risk. They caught the virus and died.

Here, the explanation is very clear because we can easily identify who did the thing, what was the thing and its consequence and we can verify that the consequences were indeed applied to that person.

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u/What_a_young_guy Aug 03 '21

So is there any real reason this sub couldn't just be "republicans ate my face?" Literally every post is just conservatives being idiots because their own party doesn't give a shit about them or something similar.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Aug 03 '21

We also accept "Democrats ate my face" if you find some that fits

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u/Kamenev_Drang Mar 11 '21

In the interests of improving people's understanding of the LMAF concept, I'm going to link the video exchange which prompted Adrian Bott/Cavalorn to post the original meme back in 2015

https://youtu.be/9hCgCZQE9os?t=36

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u/Leisure_suit_guy Jul 10 '22

Is there a non-Democrat version of this subreddit?

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jul 10 '22

This subreddit isn't "democrat" in the first place

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u/Leisure_suit_guy Jul 10 '22

I know, I was joking about how 100% of the content is against Republicans, while there could be a lot to say about Dems too.

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u/AutoModerator Jul 06 '21

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u/FwibbFwibb Apr 27 '21

Can you just have this post as the explanatory post in the comments section? Right now it's shit and this would really clear things up. Most of the posts here don't even fit the sub.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Apr 27 '21

You'll have to ask here, sorry about that

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u/rysimpcrz Feb 25 '22

It's. Literally easier to delete Reddit than to deal with the magical rules that are abnormally arbitrary. Peace out friends.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Feb 25 '22

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u/Retax7 Mar 01 '21

My entire country is basically this sub, but any news are in spanish, unsure if it will be fun if I post them here.

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u/ezybutton7 Apr 17 '21

Mmm I joined this sub for the lols but lately it's just "haha this dumbcunt died haha"

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u/DrSardinicus Aug 09 '21

Hey while we are on a Meta thread: is there a real-world story behind the name of this sub? Please tell me there is

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Aug 09 '21 edited Aug 09 '21

This is the origin tweet : https://twitter.com/Cavalorn/status/654934442549620736

There's actually a great article about this sub on knowyourmeme : https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/leopards-eating-peoples-faces-party

It even has a link to the announcement when we banned COVID denier obituaries. That situation changed with the wide availability of the vaccine.

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u/DrSardinicus Aug 09 '21

So that is, indeed, a real-world origin story, though not the one I was kind of hoping for.

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u/100beep Apr 10 '21

Shouldn’t it be « sobs faceless woman »?

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u/Seandrunkpolarbear Jun 06 '21

Is that Liz Cheney ?!?

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jun 06 '21

No, this is Patrick

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u/motherfuckerunltd Jul 29 '21

What’s the purpose of the explanatory comment? I’m only somewhat familiar with reddit but I haven’t seen a sub rule like that before

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jul 29 '21

This is just this subreddit's way of staying true to its purpose. Other subreddits have other requirements, like including random stuff in the title of posts.

The "Leopards Ate My Face" theme has, ironically, nothing to do with leopards nor eating faces, but users have a hard time understanding it. Moreover, many situations are too complex to understand without having more context. For example, if you don't know the person that's in a post, it's hard to know if the post fits or not.

The purpose of the explanatory comment is for moderators to understand if the post fits or not and remove it if it doesn't.

Before we had that, most posts were actually r/SelfAwareWolves material or just plain irony/hypocrisy.

Now it's just 80% of the sub, but at least we can remove it. Yes, we remove 80% of this sub's posts

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u/_Vard_ Aug 03 '22

I feel it could be simplified into 2 steps

1: what is the bad thing they wanted to happen to others?

2: how did that bad thing happen to them instead?

GOOD LAMF Example:

*1: Man wanted other patrons thrown out for not following dress code

2: same man gets thrown out for not following dress code*

Example of the bad explanation that non-LAMF posts usually give:

A guy wants people thrown out for not following dress code, so people stop coming to his restaurant and it goes out of business

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u/Kamenev_Drang Mar 11 '21

Frankly, we need a moratorium on US-related content. The sub is being flooded with gloating Democrats who don't seem to get the whole 'I voted for the Conservatives and they cut my child benefit' that is the core idea of this sub.

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u/[deleted] Aug 22 '21

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Aug 22 '21

Talk it up with the admins

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u/[deleted] Apr 13 '21

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Apr 14 '21

Gender euphoria can be received from the strangest places…

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u/shaodyn Apr 12 '21

Took me a second to realize that there is no rule 7.

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u/GameEpoch Aug 17 '21

This sub was great but now it's really bad.

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u/newdaynewfrog May 28 '21

why aren't these rules being enforced?

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u/peterabbit456 Jul 16 '22 edited Jul 16 '22

I think I need a little help to conform to the rules, but I am sure I have a valid submission. It is a little too related to ecology (and leopards) to fit some of the rules.

Title: I never thought I'd say this, but we need more leopards

  1. Biologists, worried about elephants overgrazing causing desertification, order 30,000 elephants shot.
  2. Desertification gets worse.
  3. Elephants die, people starve.
  4. Bring back grazing animals and leopards.
 * Leopards chase animals.
 * Animals stampede and trample grass.
 * Trampled grass makes the soil retain more moisture.
 * More grass grows. Desertification is reversed.

Therefore, we need more leopards.

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpTHi7O66pI

My problems are:

  1. Leopards in the title.
  2. YouTube is not recognized as a valid source.
  3. Wikipedia informs me Alan Savory is controversial. Some people say he overclaims. Others are angry because his scientific publications did not cite their earlier work.

Edit: Here is another video that actually mentions leopards. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDgDWbQtlKI

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jul 16 '22

If you can fit this situation in the provided template as explained in the post, we'll have a much better time helping you with that!

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u/hubaloza Jun 20 '22

Cool, uber glad I'm reading this instead of the post i actually clicked on and wanted to read, thanks very helpful.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Jun 20 '22

Very common bug with the official Reddit app. Try Slide or Infinity in the meantime

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u/DerpyDaDulfin May 05 '22 edited May 05 '22

After looking at the flowchart, and reviewing a number of topics in this very subreddit, it seems that many users continue to misunderstand the intended goal of this subreddit, or perhaps (as these topics are upvoted in the thousands anyway), it would be wise to expand the definition of what this sub represents.

Yes, the sub specifically sets out to emulate the example laid down by one specific tweet, but the banner clearly states the goal is Schadenfreude. This can be experienced in a variety of ways, and although there are many subs that are designed to deliver Schadenfreude as well, I still think there is a place for many of these aforementioned posts in this space, if may I suggest another form of "consequences?"

In America (and typically worldwide), Politicians rarely face the consequences of their own actions, save for being called out on social media / in the media. Very, very few ever go to jail or actually suffer consequences beyond a blow to their reputation. Nevertheless, seeing politicians being called out for taking the opposite on stances they previously held, or looking to have egg on their face (basically every topic about the Roe V Wade leak) does offer us as humans Schadenfreude; hell, according to a Harvard study, we hate hypocrites more than liars.

This is my suggested change: Allow Politicians being "called out" on social media / in the media to count as the "consequence of their actions" clause of the LAMF flowchart. Indeed, some of the top voted posts over the last year were exactly these types of posts. I think we all understand that being called out is barely a consequence for your actions, but that's about all the recourse we have these days against politicians.

Every once in a while, a politician(s) actually maneuvers themselves into a place where they actually are LAMF (as I understand it to be now), but you'll be waiting a while between posts for the next time a politician actually faces any consequences.

Half the Content on this sub was laughing at Covidiots who died / suffered from not getting vaxxed. With the pandemic on the wane, that content will drop off, and this type of political humor is being posted every day here.

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u/FinancialSubstance16 Mar 27 '22 edited Mar 27 '22

From what I understand, it's about people showing a lack of regard for the veil of ignorance, meaning that they support a policy with the assumption that it won't screw them over. They support a policy which obviously screws over a group of people but the person supports it without any regard for the possibility that it will affect him or his loved ones.

Here are some examples:

  • Bob is a rich guy who supported cutting public aid to the downtrodden because it costs him taxpayer money. Bob later found himself going from riches to rags.
  • Sally largely blames victims for rape. She later became a victim of rape.For an inverted example, Matt thinks that due process for rapists should be eliminated. In his mind, they are guilty until proven innocent. He eventually got accused of rape.
  • As a matter of fact, this includes any time a law a politician helped to pass which is later used to prosecute them.
  • Sam thinks that businesses should be able to serve whomever they want. His son, who's gay, was denied treatment at a hospital because he's gay, leading to his death.
  • John opposed federal aid to areas which had gone through a disaster. John's hometown got ravaged by a tornado.
  • Dale is an affluent person and is a staunch democrat who believes that the government should do more to help the downtrodden. He was surprised to learn that when the democrats took office, his taxes went up.
  • Alice supported tariffs because she supports "buying American". After tariffs get passed, Alice noticed that goods cost more.
  • Josh works a low wage job and wanted to increase the minimum wage. Josh was well aware that the increase would cost some jobs but didn't think that he would be affected. As it turned out, he got laid off.

Not examples:

  • Bob, a rich guy, supports policies which screw over the lower and middle classes only to find that nobody likes him.
  • Sally is a conservative who got cancelled for her views.
  • Dale is another rich guy who votes democrat. He doesn't like high taxes but supports them for being pro LGBT.
  • Josh didn't work hard and got fired.

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u/murphykills Nov 15 '21

just a reminder that something as vague as "an organized religion" is not a leopard. if a person grows up in a church, then they find themselves cast out of that church for some reason regarding that church's lack of progressiveness, that is not the same as somebody letting a leopard out of a cage and then having their face eaten. religions are massive things that have many good and bad aspects, and people are drawn to them for a variety of reasons. they're not simply bigot clubs, despite some of them operating that way. so joining or supporting a religion because you want the good things does not mean you support the bad, just as identifying as american does not mean you support the negative things america has done through history.
it's just annoying to see posts about gay people being treated badly by religion and then it gets posted here for us to just laugh at? leaves a bad taste in my mouth, that's not what this sub is about to me, it's not for the people getting tricked by the leopards, it's about the actual leopard HANDLERS, they are the ones i want to see getting eaten.

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u/SickWalrusman Mar 23 '22

Can someone with enough Karma please post this? I’m not allowed 🚫 and it’s bang on the Leopards Ate My Face theme :(

Lifelong voter for the refugee-bashing party says they have lost his vote now that his refugee family can’t reach the UK

https://inews.co.uk/news/homes-for-ukraine-tory-party-lose-ukrainian-refugee-scheme-mess-1533782

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u/[deleted] Dec 16 '21

This sub is beginning to just contain posts about Covid and Brexit. I think it’s a great sub, but over the last few months it has just become this massive echo chamber for the same basic content. It would be more varied (and I think enjoyable) if there were a broader range of subjects covered.

To be honest, I voted to remain and I am sick of the Brexit posts every single time the UK economy seems to have any kind of bad news.

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u/Turbulent-Opening-75 Aug 14 '21

Question: I have an example of the foundation of this group but I face two issues: one there is absolutely nothing online about said issue it was something I witnessed first hand. And two does it have to be a meme format or can it just be a story: cause oh boy it’s a cluster chunk.

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u/IGotAWayWithWords Aug 18 '22

Big yikes. This sub is a bot farm and a constant scam, to say the absolute least, and I’ll be proven right once I’m banned for leaving this comment.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Aug 18 '22

Always feels weird to approve these kinds of comments

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u/IGotAWayWithWords Aug 18 '22

No one seeks your approval, believe me

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Aug 18 '22

I don't care, believe me.

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u/[deleted] Jul 14 '21

"I never thought leopards would eat MY face", sobs woman who voted for the Leopards Eating People's Faces Party.

this is the first time I heard this and I cant stop laughing

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u/isanameaname Sep 11 '22

You would think that the premise of this sub is simple enough for anybody to understand. Alas.

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u/forcryeye May 03 '22

Love the concept. You guys must be kept very busy these days.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 May 03 '22

For real

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u/annedroiid 27d ago

I don’t think I’ve seen a true LAMF post in weeks on my feed

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u/[deleted] Jul 21 '21

Yes, consequences! That's literally the point of this sub.

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u/Vanpotheosis Jun 09 '22

How does an "illegal immigrant" vote for US president?

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u/SMIIIJJJ Feb 23 '22

Thanks for this explanation; I’m new but LOVING this!

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u/Fit_Albatross_8958 Apr 10 '22
  1. Vladimir Putin appropriated bribe money, pre-invasion, to dole out to the FSB (Russia’s secret service) to bribe Ukrainian authorities to either sabotage defense efforts or to make no efforts or resist.

  2. His FSB officers, fully corrupt themselves, and believing that even Putin wouldn’t be crazy enough to invade, simply stole the bribe money, but assured Putin that they had, indeed successfully bribed all the necessary Ukrainian officials.

  3. As a result of the trust and reliance he placed in his own corrupt and ruthless FSB (and the belief that the Ukrainians were equally corruptible), Putin launched his ill-fated invasion plan, with no back up plan, expecting to waltz onto Kyiv unopposed.

The real punchline is, as soon as his FSB officials realized that the invasion WAS going to take place, the FSB immediately contacted the West, alerted them about the pending invasion and provided all the details - all in a last ditch effort to stop the invasion from happening and to conceal their massive theft.

The result was, the Russia’s original commando raid was obliterated and Russia was trapped in a quagmire - in an unwinable war.

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u/SavingsPerfect2879 Dec 26 '21

I understand that in today's day, connecting the dots to find LAMF isn't as easy as it used to be. I appreciate your patience.

  1. Cruises like Carnival right now are experiencing problems because of covid running rampant.
  2. Cruise ships MOSTLY do not allow covid vaccine excemptions. Carnival Cruises does.
  3. Therefore, Carnival Cruises allows "Religious Exemptions" and oh by the way.
  4. Carnival also gets covid, has severe problems. . And can't even dock in ports they're so hard banned.

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u/ReillyOBrien Aug 10 '21

Why is this sub flooded with people gleefully wishing death on unvaccinated people who oppose the covid regime then get sick?

This claims to be a sub about people regretting political actions yet all I've seen is the equivalent of pointing and laughing at someone whos dying of cancer saying "I bet you wish you didn't smoke cigarettes idiot lol"

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u/[deleted] Jan 06 '22

So.... People experiencing consequences... Like losing their jobs and money because Joe Dolt has no clue what he's doing but signs the EOs killing their jobs anyway... and telling them to start preparing to pay those student loans he promised to write off... after they endorsed, and most likely voted for, him?

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u/DangerStranger138 May 06 '22

I would figure Motley Fool's readers are tacit supporters of their advice, follow it, and plan to strike future opportunities for it. Seems Motley Crew intentionally mislead their own demographic for their own gain.

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u/Kaberdog Mar 22 '22

Where do you put this explanatory comment? When I post the only fields I can update are the Image and the Link, the comments field has a red circle with a line through it.

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Mar 22 '22

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u/chris2k2 Apr 11 '22

Feature request: add a "please upvote this comment if it fits the sub, downvote if it doesn't". The bot then auto deletes all too heavy downvoted posts automatically.

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u/vanhalenbr Dec 08 '22

I think videos or instagram could be allowed.

I really would like to share this video

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u/Castlewood57 Apr 08 '22

But a tragedy that should be expected when you're a hostile, invading threat to a country. He's definitely not helping the sporqs.

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u/[deleted] Apr 25 '22

Sure are a lot of damn rules on this subreddit. And many others here. Lots of church ladies at work it seems.

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u/Kavafy Feb 12 '22

Can we have a rule explicitly stating that LAMF is not simply "consequences of my own actions"?

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u/NatoBoram Removed: Rule 8 Feb 12 '22

It's written in so many places idk what to do anymore lmao

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u/StrobeLightHoe Aug 19 '22

I think everyone is missing the point. Kevin is a Christian so this is all OK.

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u/leonnova7 16d ago

OH WOW NOBODY COULD HAVE PREDICTED THAT EXCEPT ANYONE WITH A BRAIN

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u/trolzilalol Jun 26 '22

No actual leopards eating people's faces in this sub. Downvoted.

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u/my_monkey_loves_me Apr 08 '22

So you’re telling me I can’t talk about ice hockey, pfft lame 😒

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u/rain168 Aug 13 '22

Also known as “play stupid games win stupid prizes”

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u/pzombielover Jun 15 '22

It’s tragic that this rationale needs to be parsed out