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The 'Meow Wars' were a landmark in shitposting.
Some Minecraft players just want to watch worlds burn.
Sites like r/raisedbynarcissists let children who don’t talk to their parents talk to each other.
Delve into the forums where internet rappers exchange lyrics in text-based battles.
The Armageddon preacher is part cult leader, part content producer.
Workers unite online to dish advice, share horror stories, and bitch about their job.
A Buffy fan forum was sieged in 2010 when people realised it had thousands of posts but only one member.