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Misogyny-Tinged Neckbeard Memes & Moments

If you needed proof that chivalry is dead, we've got it right here for you. These fedora-tipping neckbeards may think their use of "m'lady" makes them gentlemen, but at the first sign of rejection they lash out in a Mountain Dew-fueled rage. This incel-esque behavior can be witnessed on nearly any website with a comment or messaging feature. The overwhelming prevalence has made neckbeards and "nice guys" excellent meme fodder. There are entire subreddits dedicated to these misogynists who hide behind a screen - and for good reason. Their sad antics are an absolute goldmine for people who live to consume cringe. There are a quite a few solid gems in this gallery, but if you crave more of this amusing filth there's way more where these came from.

Cringey and funny memes about neckbeards, nice guys, misogyny, cringeworthy, creepy dudes, women | Savia @saviaivas Cardi B nipples are too big overweight basement dweller in a my little pony shirt | female gamestop employee youve been stalking quits her job and moves bitch Hank Hill in a fedora
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GameSpot Game Reviewer Rats Out Jerk To His Own Mother

Many women involved in the gaming community have suffered at the hands of male gamers and enthusiasts. GameSpot game reviewer Kallie Plagge is just the latest woman to be assaulted by an immature prick with nothing better to do. But she took matters into her own hands and decided to fight back - by finding and snitching on him to his mother. We normally advise against snitching (you don't want to risk getting stitches) but this exchange was particularly satisfying. Plagge shared the conversation to Twitter, and pretty much everyone had a fiery roast or enthused congratulations for the writer. She deserves all props.

GameSpot Writer Kallie Plagge rats out sexist loser who cyber bullied her | tweet by inkydojikko This guy sent hate on Facebook so told his mom on him. She really nice about
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“He saw somebody who was a stranger, who seemed most dangerous to him and he tried to defend himself,” the boy’s father, who did not want to be identified, told a local Fox News affiliate. “I think it was his natural instinct taking over there.”

DUDE. Yes.

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"GameStop, you could donate this... oh nevermind, this one is working fine. I'm keeping it myself."