If your art isn't fandom-related no one will care to look at it.
"Best/Worst Mothers/Fathers memes: Good parents should be judged by how lenient or "cool" they are. Bad parents are parents act too overprotective or annoying or with any character flaw that doesn't relate to their brand of parenting.
And if you're a member of the site: Even if you can prove that the majority of art on the website is actually art and not just creepy fan-nudity-stuff, trying to do so makes you their sympathiser.
Also, the curious matter of a user named "THF" note who was revealed by Michael Moore to be Ted Frank, a worker for the American Enterprise Institute right-wing think tank and was taking a shit all over articles related to Michael Moore]], Daniel Brandt, Essjay, SlimVirgin, and Allison Stokke: Privacy is more important than accountability or objectively reporting the facts. Not only do you have a right to privacy, you have a right to become private at your own free will! At your whim, everyone must change your name to protect the innocent, fuzz out your face on pictures of you, present you as a silhouette on news reports, and digitally alter your voice!
Oh, and in the case of Allison, a father who lets known pedophiles child molestors run free is a perfect defense attorney!
Even if you're the person who discovered whatever the article is about, you can't correct blatantly incorrect information because that would be original research.
You are perfectly justified in demanding that people send you semi-obscene material simply because of what they claim their biological sex to be. You are also justified in demanding that they leave if they fail to do so. Because of stereotypes that you cannot control or influence, you may be required to conceal your gender identity and accused of trying to manipulate others if you fail to do so.
Subversion : Pretend you are not the gender you are, get free shit and attention.
If they are unwilling to send pictures of their secondary sexual organs, they cannot be female, especially on a medium where it is ridiculously easy to find pictures of breasts with a google search.
YouTube: "Fair use" is bad. It's perfectly okay for a record label to yank your video when it contains their content, even though the video is perfectly legitimate and does not infringe on copyright.
Works that fall under "fair use" are defined as "whatever you want" and shouldn't take into account the opinions of anyone who owns the works. Also, making light of a work is considered parody and thus falls under fair use, regardless of how much copyrighted, unedited and expensive-to-produce material is used in the process. And most of all, anyone who decides to withhold their material from public view is infringing upon your right to enjoy everything you want at no personal cost.
What right you have to steal content/demand takedowns is inversely related to how successful you are. If Warner Music Group demands you pull the entire album you just ripped off the CD and uploaded, then fuck VEVO! If a guy with a handheld camera is doing sketches in his backyard and the videos are nicked by a more popular You Tuber/corporation, then those guys are lowlife content thieves and the content creator has every right to demand the copies get taken down. So ideally, you should be successful enough to not be eating out of the trash, but any more and you're evil.
Banning users from websites in general: Because it's their private corporation (or whatever), they can do whatever they want, and questioning their authority is bad!
And the logical inverse: users on the internet have a right to say whatever they want, whenever they want, to whomever they want. Websites have a moral obligation to provide a forum for everyone to express their opinions at all times, and failure to do so is a violation of our natural right to demand the compliance of others in spreading our message.
Accentuate the Negative websites The Whole Freakin' Internet In General: You are not allowed to enjoy anything. Ever. Well, except for insulting other people for enjoying something.
If someone disagrees with you, the best way to convince them is to beat them over the head with snark and insults. Because treating someone like crap is a greatwayto endear themto your beliefs.
Sailor Nothing: Emotionally unstable teenage rape victims are society's only hope.
Mindfuck image macros: Black people are terrifying. They just are.
Anachronauts: It's okay to break the rules and be a busybody, as long as you do it for the right reasons. (That one's near verbatim.)
Anyone who dislikes any of Doug Walker's videos is a nit-picking troll who can't handle even the slightest change. Anyone who likes any of Doug Walker's videos is an ass-kissing fanboy who worships the ground Doug walks on. There is no in-between.
"Dragonbored": Playing video games for any amount of time will ruin your real life.
Yes, taking any time out of your day for yourself to play a video game will put your job and your relationships in jeopardy.
The First World Problems Meme: You don't have a right to complain about anything ever. Car broke down? First world problem. Lost your job? First world problem. Cancer? Some kids would kill for cancer. Unless you're the poorest, sickest, most pitiful third world orphan ever, shut up.
The original form was "White Whine", until someone realized the Aesop was that only white people were privileged enough to have these problems.
That includes other movie reviewers. All critics should be a Hive Mind that universally pan or praise movies. Anyone who disagrees clearly is either a hack or a troll.
You should not watch or enjoy anything rated below 60 percent "fresh" on their site.
Retsupurae: It doesn't matter how much effort you put into your Let's Play, how much you enjoy doing it, or any kind of humble fanbase you may have built from it. If two established people in the field say you're doing it wrong, you must admit your worthlessness or else face the wrath of the Internet.
Actually, you might as well just quit the internet altogether if this happens. You'll Never Live It Down.
If you post something on a publicly available site, then no one should be allowed to criticize it at all (no matter how qualified they are to do so).
Cracked: Can't beat the competitors? Don't worry, after they finally force you out of the competition you can succeed at doing something completely different, then smugly act like you finally beat them.
Using the word "mind-blowing" really grabs people's attentions!
Reading surprising information will literally cause your head to explode.
Article titles don't have to be accurate to the content of the article in question.
The laws of physics are more like guidelines than actual laws.
The universe has it in for humanity, and so whenever people discover something about how one of the above monstrous beings works, a different monstrous being will be created, so that the number of things that humans don't understand remains constant. For this reason, humans should study those monstrous beings instead of destroying them.
If one opinion wins a poll, even if by a slim margin, none of the other opinions count.
The Sonic crossover artwork ban: The Brony fandom is far superior to the Sonic the Hedgehog fandom. That fandom is full of people creating cheap Mary Sue recolored OC's, and is splintered into various sub-groups that all hate each other. Obviously the Brony fandom is nothing like this.
Worm: Being a bully is ok as long as you can claim it's for a good cause!
Zero Punctuation: If you have a British accent and can talk really fast, your YouTube video will get noticed immediately by a large company that will pay you tons of money to make videos. If you copy him, it'll work for you too!
RWBY: Naïve, impulsive teen girls make excellent combat leaders.
Having your family terrorized by an extremist subculture perfectly excuses you to blatantly scorn all members of that culture.
If you sense an incoming threat to your people, don't bother asking your teammates for help. They obviously wouldn't understand or care, anyways. When they do offer their help, and express concern for your lack of self-preservation, indignantly blow them off and express disdain for their having the audacity to care about your well-being.
The best way for an underage girl to get a bartender's aid in finding someone is to physically assault them and destroy their bar if they suspect you. And just for fun, goad them into getting close enough to you so that you can attack them again.
If your friend's lifestyle is heading towards the self-destructive, a sob story about your past, an Anger Born of Worry-powered assault, and a hug will surely make them come to their senses. And by coming to their senses, that means they'll allow you to drag them off to a school dance instead of making sure they get the rest they desperately need.
Bully who clearly overpowers you, and has assaulted and manipulated you many times? Throw a jar of jam at them, and before they get to really retaliate, the opportunity to prove that you're the real man will surely arise.
It's perfectly sensible to place the fate of the world in the hands of troubled teenagers (though this may be a young adult media thing in general).