god [s4s] culture is so esotericthey have transcended the idea of the meme
I wonder when they will make sobriety illegal.
>>2I hate [s4s] and [s4s] culture. They stole the abstract shitposting culture that up until that point was running rampant on other boards - becoming a containment board for it, while attracting tumblr and twitter types with their quirky carefree community.
>>4I disagree.For me, what makes [s4s] culture great is that it trancended irony. The joke now is less "look at this unfunny thing, isn't it stupid?", and more "look at this silly thing. Let's pretend that it's the most important thing to have ever existed".The humor is derived not from the low quality of the content, but instead how seriously the users of the board take it. There's this entire hyper-convoluted lore to all of the board's characters, and things like bavi vs banti and yosho vs spikeman are treated legitimate arguments.
i miss when /jp/ was the 2d/random board
>>5Yeah, that pretty much sums up why I love it. There's true beauty when these same goofy characters are backed up by songs, artwork and an incredibly offbeat but detailed history that breathes life into something so stupid.
>>7>inkuI love the art and music too, but stuff drawn by popular twitter artists and stuff kind of takes me out of it. I like stuff made by the anons, not desperate artists trying to cash in on a meme
How would you compare [s4s] and /bant/?
>>9last time I went there /bant/ looked more like a mix between /int/ and /qa/, it didn't feel forced and over the top like /s4s/. It was just a bunch of shut ins with flags discussing random stuff