We all have that one acquaintance, living happily in their bubble, seemingly oblivious to the world’s significant concerns. You know the type, the folks uninterested in global warming, politics, or even the timeless pineapple-on-pizza debate. It’s an intriguing facet of human nature that some issues, no matter their gravity or controversy, simply elude the attention of specific individuals. Recently, a question surfaced: “What is something you will never give care about?” This query sparked many responses, with the most popular ones compiled here.
The British Royal Family
A user expressed their bewilderment, stating, “As an American, I am baffled at some of my fellow countrymen’s obsession with the Royal Family. We fought an entire War, so I don’t have to care about the British royal family.”
Another person echoed this sentiment, commenting, “Royalty is as outdated as slavery. The British royal family is full of pompous, useless racists.”
Furthermore, the cost associated with supporting Royalty raises concerns. Some individuals question why their tax dollars are allocated to fund royal weddings and extravagant ceremonies when there are pressing needs in public services and support for those in need.
For some, the relentless pursuit of keeping up with the Joneses feels tiresome. They prefer to refrain from engaging in the never-ending game of who possesses the shiniest and most exorbitantly priced possessions.
Indeed, only some people are eager to empty their wallets for designer bags or a golden toilet seat. One individual commented, “Luxury items like crazy expensive cars, bags, and watches.”
Another person chimed in, expressing their perplexity, “Bags, watches, clothes? Yeah, I don’t get it at all. I once saw a purse listed for THOUSANDS of Euros; that’s simply too extravagant.”
A discerning online user offered their perspective, stating,” ‘Fatly going around corners’ is all I will remember him for.”
Another person in the discussion asked about a YouTube channel called “Space Ice” that humorously critiques Seagal’s movies. They playfully added, “Steven gonna snatch a birthday!!!! (Only Steven knows what that means).”
For some, Steven Seagal’s movies follow a well-worn recipe: bad guys cause trouble, Seagal steps in, and the villains get a one-way ticket to Pain Town. They prefer films with more intricate plots, twists, and turns rather than the straightforward action of Seagal’s movies.
A commenter expressed their disinterest, stating, “Golf, a lot of my co-workers love it, and I couldn’t care less.”
In response, another individual shared a humorous quote, saying, “George Carlin – ‘Watching golf on TV is like watching flies fly.'”
As for the question of enjoying golf, it’s a matter of personal preference. Some enjoy watching or playing the sport, while others, like the online user, remain indifferent to its charms.
What Others Think
Some individuals simply need more bandwidth to be preoccupied with what every Tom, Matthew, and Harry thinks of them. Life demands attention to bills, pursuit of dreams, and indulging in Netflix series marathons. They prioritize investing their precious time into endeavors that hold genuine significance to them.
A user succinctly wrote, “Others’ opinions of me.”
In response, another individual shared their wisdom, saying, “Yep. Took me the better part of 50 years to figure that out. You do you, I’m doing me. Don’t like it? Right off :)” It’s a valuable lesson in prioritizing self-authenticity and embracing one’s path in life.
A discerning forum user made a concise comment, stating, “NFTs. Can’t be funged.”
In concurrence, another individual added, “Are. They’re still around, people and companies are still trying to scam others with them, they don’t tend to use the word ‘NFT’ anymore since most caught on to how much of a scam that is.”
Furthermore, there are legitimate environmental concerns. Some individuals express apprehension about the carbon footprint associated with blockchain technology. They prefer not to participate in a digital frenzy that could harm the planet.
A discerning user expressed their indifference, commenting, “Sports. I don’t care who’s on what team, who won, or who’s playing. I enjoy playing myself with friends, but other than that, I couldn’t care less.”
In response, another person shared a similar sentiment: “Me too. It’s a huge part of the male culture where I live. You need to follow a team, hang on to the results of every game, and know the details of each drama that goes on during the pre-, post-, and current seasons. I enjoy basketball and squash a lot, but I couldn’t give a hoot about the pros. Makes for awkwardness when making small talk with other men, but I’ve learned to embrace my awkwardness for what it is, and I laugh at the absurdity of it often.”
The intricacies of sports statistics and rules can indeed be perplexing. As for the question of following sports teams, it varies from person to person. Some find joy in supporting a particular team due to personal connections. In contrast, as these users indicated, others prefer to distance themselves from the professional sports scene.
A skeptical voice emerged in the discussion, stating, “Crypto. Seems like one massive scam to me.”
Another individual joined in, expressing their concern about the current state of the crypto market, “The current crypto market is a giant scam. Someone sets up a new currency, promotes it, hopes a bunch of people buy into it, and then, at some point, they bail with everyone’s money. It’s like a pyramid scheme where the guys at the top rip off money from the guys at the bottom. I’m sure there were several cryptocurrencies and NFTs that people could have bought into and made a fortune. But it’s all a gift now.”
Furthermore, the “crypto jargon” issue can be bewildering for some. Terms like blockchain, wallets, and decentralized finance can leave specific individuals perplexed and disinterested in cryptocurrency.
Tour de France
First and foremost, the Tour de France deserves acknowledgment for its incredible endurance factor. This cycling event is akin to an ultra-marathon on wheels, encompassing 21 grueling stages and over 2,000 miles!
A user shared their perspective: “People go crazy about it over here and want to watch it whenever it’s happening, and I… I just don’t get it. It’s teams of cyclists who have already determined which one is allowed to win, so what’s the point of the big group of people cycling scarily close to each other while 10 or so are riding in front, about to win?”
Another person chimed in, appreciating different aspects of the event, “I love the announcers, scenery, and watching them fly down the mountains. And like most sports, I have trouble caring who wins.”
On the vast expanse of Facebook, a breeding ground for drama llamas, a diverse cast of characters often occupy the virtual stage. There’s the long-lost cousin, always ready to stir the pot with controversial opinions; the ex from high school, who overshadows everyone with their relationship status drama. And the aunt, tirelessly inundating your feed with an endless barrage of cat memes. In response to this digital circus, a discerning forum user wisely commented, “My mental health improved so much when I deleted my Facebook and stopped comparing my life to everyone else’s.” This insightful remark resonates with the countless souls who have found solace in distancing themselves from the never-ending Facebook drama.
An online user offered their perspective: “The more drama there is, the more useless they become. I also want to know very little about the backstory that makes them a unique snowflake unless their personality and achievements have made them interesting, not their attributes.”
Another person shared a similar sentiment: “Everything I have learned about so many reality TV ‘stars,’ I have learned entirely against my will and often with active, vocal protest.”
The relentless drama can be overwhelming. For some, the allure of a drama-free life trumps the rollercoaster ride of emotions, backstabbing, and plot twists that reality TV often brings.
One individual recounted, “My ex is begging for the cats back. She left us 3 to join some dude halfway around the world. When she returned, she dared to ask for the cats after her 4-year hiatus in the country. So satisfying to tell her to go jerk herself.”
Another shared a similar tale, saying, “Oh, similar story. Had an abusive GF beg for a dog. She picked a cute little guy. Got him for her. She proceeded to never take care of him and always complained about him just doing things puppies do. She would talk about getting rid of him and how there’s something wrong with him (there isn’t; he’s great). So I cared for him, trained him, bonded, and he became my dog. After I dumped her cause I was finally done with the abuse, she called me to ask when I was bringing over her dog. I told her she doesn’t have a dog, I do, and I hung up.”
The “ex-factor” raises an intriguing question for some people: Should past relationships be treated like the ghosts of Christmas past, best left where they belong? Many prefer to avoid the potential drama, jealousy, or awkwardness of delving too deeply into their partner’s romantic history.
A discerning user shared their thoughts, remarking, “Cutting a cake with the center revealing color is one thing. Polluting an entire village’s river permanently annoys me. I wish those people wouldn’t breed their stupidity into the gene pool.”
In agreement, another person said, “Or that dude that caused a wildfire because he was using explosives during a gender reveal.”
Furthermore, the matter of gender stereotyping remains contentious. Many consider it antiquated to assume that pink signifies a girl and blue signifies a boy, highlighting the need for a more inclusive perspective.
Hollywood Award Shows
A forum user expressed their viewpoint, stating, “Their ratings ARE down…I think people are tired of rich celebrities getting awarded when all they have done is act, not found a cure for diseases or eradicated world hunger.”
Another individual concurred, saying, “Not to mention the speeches where some rich moron thinks we care what their political views are, regardless of leaning direction.”
Award shows frequently transform into stages for celebrities to voice their opinions on global matters. However, only some appreciate hearing Hollywood’s take on climate change or international politics.
Social Media Influencers
A commenter made an astute observation: “Once you realize that social media influencers are nothing more than an elaborate and personalized infomercial system, the whole thing starts to become humorous.”
In agreement, another person passionately responded, “AMEN! Nobody should care about a bunch of preening, primping self-promoters who think they can tell the commoners what to do or think.”
And then, the issue of authenticity arises, or rather, its conspicuous absence. Some individuals possess a keen eye for spotting sponsored posts from miles away. They’ve witnessed it all: influencers feigning affection for unfamiliar products, posing like statues in exotic locales, and employing more filters than a coffee machine. The lack of genuineness can be painfully evident in influencer marketing.
In the world of glitz and glam, celebrities often steal the spotlight, seemingly basking in the belief that they deserve it all. However, not everyone is enamored by the celebrity circus. One individual remarked, “My first thought was The Kardashians…”
Another person chimed in, disapproving, “Do you mean that family of train-wrecked freaks who never should have been famous for any reason? Our society’s seemingly inexplicable fascination with such trivial matters is truly bewildering…”
The discussion delves into the realm of pranks, emphasizing the necessity of creativity and a unique sense of humor for successful execution. An online user shares their perspective, stating, “Just pranks in general. Being a jerk but thinking it’s okay because ‘it’s just a prank, bro.'” Another contributor concurs, expressing disdain for pranks that cross the line into cruelty, recounting an incident involving a tasteless joke that resulted in physical harm. The response to such behavior is a stark reminder that there’s a clear distinction between humor and harm, and actions have consequences.
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