Anyone else notice this?

Anyone else notice this?  | WHEN SOME NASTY OLD MAN WON'T STOP MAKING MEMES OF HIMSELF IN WOMEN'S UNDIES. | image tagged in yucky face,memes,no one wants to see that,hanesherway | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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2,140 views, 52 upvotes, Made by anonymous 2 months ago yucky facememesno one wants to see thathanesherway
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8 ups, 2m, 1 reply
He's been doing it for the past three years here. His profile will get deleted, then another one pops up.
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1 up, 2m
cant wait for him to kick the bucket, right
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6 ups, 2m
Evil Toddler Meme | LOL AND HE POSTED ON YOUR MEME APPARENTLY | image tagged in memes,evil toddler | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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5 ups, 2m
Hide the Pain Harold Meme | CREEPY OLD MAN IN PANTIES HAS MORE POINTS THAN ME | image tagged in memes,hide the pain harold | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
Like how?
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4 ups, 2m
Exactly, I don't get why he's still around, his old profile got deleted long ago
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7 ups, 2m, 1 reply
Dr Phil | YOU AREN'T REQUIRED TO LOOK AT IT | image tagged in dr phil | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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10 ups, 2m, 1 reply
Actually, when he posts these disgusting photos in comment streams, we do see it and he shouldn't be allowed to do it. It's one thing if he made the meme himself and it was flagged "NSFW," but he isn't limiting it to just that. There are kids on this site.
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7 ups, 2m, 1 reply
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6 ups, 2m
One of his memes had a d**do in it and wasn’t NSFW
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3 ups, 2m
Oh lord god...
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4 ups, 2m, 2 replies
I don't think it's appropriate for any user to be posting semi-naked selfies, but I also don't know if this is the right way to deal with it.

Firstly, there's no point to holding a "trial by social media" where we all go around and make comments about another user (since we're not the ones who will have the authority to take action).

Secondly, probably more importantly, it's easy for this to turn into something where it feels like we're all ganging up on and ostracizing another user, and saying how badly he's behaving. And that's not right. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and ganging up on someone or putting them down publicly isn't right (at least not usually).

Wouldn't it be more productive to just flag any inappropriate behavior we see, and trust that the mods will deal with it when it's brought to their attention? (And I'm not talking about targeting any particular user and flagging everything they make. Every user should be held to the same standards. But if we see a user doing something that genuinely crosses the line, we can flag it.)

Wouldn't that be enough to deal with these kinds of situations, without making a meme to get everyone commenting about it?

This probably comes across as hypocritical, since I made a whole long comment above. But this is what I was thinking about afterwards. To whoever made the meme - I agree with you that the behavior is not appropriate, but I'm not sure this is the best way to deal with it, and I hope you don't mind me saying that.
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2 ups, 2m
Well said :)
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3 ups, 2m
I agree this isn’t the place to do all that as a male, young, old or not old.
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3 ups, 2m, 1 reply
Am I missing something here? Who exactly are we talking about?
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
The user hanesherway. He posts underwear themed memes and pictures of himself in woman's panties with captions
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
Ah okay
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
I'm not a fan of his memes btw. Personally they weird me out a little bit. My very first meme I made here, he posted a comment on it about his profile and that's how I learned about this user.
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
Since then, I've seen him in the comments in multiple memes and I've seriously only been here for a week. He seems to have made a bit of a name for himself on this site as I been finding out.
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0 ups, 2m
I haven't exactly been on here in a while, so I was surprised to hear about this.
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2 ups, 2m
Nah it's all good
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7 ups, 2m, 5 replies
So wondering why people are so sensitive ?? Girls are everywhere showing off their bodies. So not fair..
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11 ups, 2m, 2 replies
Yeah, but you gotta remember. The female body is a thing of beauty, like Ferrari, or a bmw 740i , people see it and there like, damn i wanna get in one of those, the male body is utilitarian, its like a jeep, its for getting around. ;)
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3 ups, 2m, 3 replies
*cough* joke stealer
;P
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4 ups, 2m, 3 replies
That photo of Julia-Louise Dreyfus is your original content, is it? And you came up with using the word "Seriously?" like that? So why are you giving him a hard time for just doing something like what you're doing.

Nothing's ever 100% original on a meme site. If you haven't figured that out yet, learn to keep quiet until you do.
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2 ups, 2m
Why are you ranting at me over this?
:[
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1 up, 2m
:)
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
I think he was being tongue-in-cheek when he said that, since he put a winky face :)
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
The winky face was everything!!
I wasn't tryna be super cereal about it.
:P
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1 up, 1m
:)
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2 ups, 2m, 1 reply
Yeah, i couldn't remember where that came from , but it poped in my head and i went with it. For some reason i thought it was Richard Pryor. Now i remember though, gotta watch that again. :)
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
Ya at first I was like... eh.. maybe I'm just mistaken or it's a coincidence. But I found the YouTube clip and it was almost a direct quote! (from that one where Jerry's dating the nudist.. ) anyway.. I'm gonna let you off with a warning this time.. ;P Lol
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1 up, 2m
Yeah, i aint seen that in years, ima have to look it up. I couldn't remember what episode, thanks for the info tho. :)
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1 up, 2m
I got that reference, too :)
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3 ups, 2m, 1 reply
I understand.. I've had a few gorgeous cars in the past. A 1972 Malibu was one of them... thanks for the reply...
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4 ups, 2m, 1 reply
1985 cadillac
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3 ups, 2m, 1 reply
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11 ups, 2m, 1 reply
Yes, but those are women. You're an ugly old man wearing women's underwear and that's disgusting. You look like a flipping pervert who shares p0rn photos on a meme site where children are posting. So you need to be quit being a pedophile pervert. And you've been reported.
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9 ups, 2m
When I first read this comment, the language seemed confrontational and harsh to me (especially since the user's so friendly in his comments), but then I realized you're right.

Posting sexual selfies on a meme site where there are young teenagers present is just wrong. On top of that, to post flirty comments on other users' memes to encourage them to come back to look at your photos is even worse (especially when those users' ages are not known), which is something I've also seen.

I would also say I don't think it's just a man vs. woman issue (though it's true our society does have different standards for how men and women's bodies are displayed). The reason I'm saying this is because I think if there were a woman engaged in similar behavior (posting photos of herself in skimpy outfits on a site with young users, and putting seductive comments on other users' memes to draw them to look at her memes), she would be wrong to do it, and there would be pushback. So I don't see why we should give this user a free pass (either because he's male, or because he's friendly in his comments, or because we're used to it, or whatever other reasons we might think of to overlook such behavior).

And yes, it's true that a lot of users (including myself) make dirty jokes, or posts that have sexual themes, but when it comes to putting up real photos of oneself, it's a different topic entirely.

I have no personal animosity towards this user (at least not that I'm aware). He has never behaved in an unfriendly manner towards me. What people do in the privacy of their own homes is up to them. People also have the right to wear whatever brand/style of underwear they want. But when a person is submitting content to a community, it's important that they make the attempt to respect the basic mores of that community.

The expectation that parents have that their children can go onto a meme site without seeing photos of a grown-up posing in his underwear, or without receiving comments on their memes that come across as an older person trying to engage them in sexual conversation, are some of those basic mores.

A person can be proud of who he or she is, without posting semi-naked photos on a site for children to see. I hope this user understands it's important to respect the standards of a community (whether he personally agrees with those standards or not), and I hope he tones down his act significantly out of respect for other users on the site (especially the younger ones).
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7 ups, 2m, 2 replies
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4 ups, 2m, 1 reply
No problem with that, he just needs to stop posting the disgusting photos
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2 ups, 2m, 1 reply
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3 ups, 2m, 1 reply
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1 up, 2m, 1 reply
Rofl, that pose!
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5 ups, 2m
One thing when a hot girl wears lingerie or a bikini, another thing when a old man does and constantly puts the pictures on comment threads. It's nasty and no one wants to see them
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2 ups, 2m
I got your back bro
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