I'm sorry I assumed you were angry at me. It seemed like you were making fun of my meme and I guess I just get sensitive because I've been bullied before. The "goes brr" is just part of the meme format, not the game. I think the original meme was like "Haha printer goes brr" or something like that. Personally, I don't l swear myself because I think it's wrong. However, I understand you have different opinions. Thank you for reading my responses and I'm sorry if I made a mountain out of a molehill. I realize to people who aren't in the Five Nights at Freddy's fandom that this meme seems nonsensical. I'm you found it funny after my explanation.
All I was saying is that your posts had nothing to do with Five Nights at Freddy's, which is what my meme was about. No offense, but I don't quite understand what you're saying to me. I understand if English isn't your first language, but my point is that I don't want posts about drugs on my memes.
Read my comment I just made. If you aren't a fan of Five Nights at Freddy's, then I understand why you wouldn't get it, but that gives you no reason to be angry at me for just trying to make something funny for a community of people that play this game.
If you wanted to know what this was about, you should have just asked politely. It's about Five Nights at Freddy's Sister Location, a game created by Scott Cawthon. If you look it up the character HandUnit, you should get the information behind its malfunctioning keypad that autocorrects everything to something funny. Also, I am a Christian and your words were offensive to me. Please don't use that type of language on my stuff.
It's a joke about Five Nights at Freddy's: Sister Location. Michael Afton is the nightguard and he has a computer helper named HandUnit. When HandUnit asked Michael to type in his name, HandUnit malfunctioned and said, "You seem to be having trouble with the keypad. I will autocorrect it for you." HandUnit autocorrected Michael's name to "Eggs Benedict". But please, stop swearing. There's no need to get angry at me. If you wanted to know the origin behind this, you should have just asked politely.