Internet Proverbs: If Solomon Had Been A Millennial

Do not read the prattling posts of an idiot; He speaks many words yet says nothing of value. One who seeks to incite drama and discord is wicked;
he spews fake news and his lies are as malware for your brain. He who swallows nonsense like delicious morsels is not woke, and she who births contention is not winning.


Arguing with a fool on the internet is like wrestling a pig;
you both get dirty, and the pig likes it.

A wise woman considers her child’s health and nutrition,
but posting about it on Facebook is like poking a thousand bears.

The prudent person recognizes a troll and mutes them,
but the simple keep arguing and suffer needless stress.

Train up a child in either Apple or Android;
and even when they are old they will not depart from it.

A wise man reads an article before commenting;
a foolish man forms his opinion based on the preview title.

Block an irritating heckler and banish strife;
Mute a troll and quarreling and abuse will cease.

Some people read your posts to understand your perspective;
Others skim them just to comment with their own.

A wise man converses respectfully and calmly;
an idiot becomes enraged over irrelevant non-issues.

Our forefathers established their reputations as mature grown men;
but everyone knows how immature the millennial generation was at 13.

A fool in his folly believes in the myth of privacy policies;
advertisers will know you’re pregnant before your mother does.

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