1 year ago
Last edited at 8:03PM on 12/28/2012
It is passed from family to kids, and when someone seeks advice from a stupid person, person to person. You have to have a stupid person as an advice specialist/role model to become stupid from them, it will not spread like a chain reaction without the flow of stupidity having the stupid persons children/close friends to spread to in one way or another.
Maybe. If a stupid person goes around trying to convince others of their stupid opinion, and make up some reason that makes sense to them personally, then yeah, I guess so. (I am in no way, shape, or form referring to religion by this comment, I don't believe that any religion is stupid)
In a round about way....YES Because of the Monkey-see Monkey-do effect......lots of us will see a person doing something perceived as "cool" , then others follow suit to try and glob on and be cool as well.........too bad being cool in this country doesn't mean getting good grades and excelling at things other than drinking and smoking....another reason why China is kicking or azz.....
Oh, definitely! In fact, where I grew up, you could tell exactly _who_ was infected because they would start yelling things like "Hey y'all, watch this!" (usually guys) Or "Wooooooooo I'm drunkkk!" (girls) If you hear either of those yells, run away! You could catch it next! Which means you'll be the one trying to explain to the cops how that guy wound up in that tree or why that girl is singing in the middle of the street with her skirt tucked in her underwear.