The Internet is full of resources, scientific or not. A lot of the time, they’re based on people’s personal opinions. That’s why it’s best to stick to proven articles. When this person tried to write their college thesis on the negative effects of the vaccine, they decided to check the Internet, because they couldn’t find any scholarly articles supporting their thesis. We give him credit for his effort, however, asking random people on the Internet for their opinion is always a bad idea. He shocked the Internet with his baffling stupidity, and someone even suggested he rethink his thesis. That’s probably not a bad idea (via Kueez).
Just like the person above who’s invented a new disease, this person invented an entirely new dish. It’s a spin-off of ramen noodles. Maybe they’re shaped like roman numerals. It’s captured our attention, even though it’s because of their baffling stupidity. If this person has spent their entire life calling ramen noodles by roman numerals, then they need some serious help. Maybe they call roman numerals ramen noodles. Someone needs to call them out (via Buzzfeed).
The debate if the Earth if flat rages on, for some foolish reason. But this person took that debate to the next level when they asked in a rather grammar-avoidant way if the other planets and the moon were flat as well. Needless to say, the internet was quick to jump on the baffling stupidity of this question with some comparably hilarious answers (via Kueez).
This internet posted claimed that the government would have people’s faces if they used facial recognition on any of their devices. This person responded that unfortunately, they already had their face when the person was photographed at a government agency for their driver license. Talk about being put in your place (via Kueez).
This person decided to start stirring up an unnecessary conspiracy theory by rearranging the letters of two variants of the coronavirus that suggested it was all just the media controlling them. Another Twitter user pointed out that these letters could also be rearranged into something else that was also nonsensical and had nothing to do with the topic. It was good to see this tinfoil hat wearer called out for their baffling stupidity (via Kueez).
According to this person, a twin pregnancy takes 19 months because 9+9 = 19. Their baffling stupidity struck not once, but twice. How is this even possible? Do they really believe that women are pregnant for 19 months with twins? Let’s hope they’re joking because this is sad. This is another prime example of someone who needs to go back to health class and learn a thing or 10 about pregnancy, and math class since they don’t know how to add (via Buzzfeed).
This “joyless communist” has a point. If we can’t have chocolate without slavery, then we shouldn’t have chocolate at all. Do you hear that, Nestle? You’ve shocked the internet with your baffling stupidity by replying that this claim could hurt your sales. Well, maybe you should stop hurting innocent humans and start paying them appropriately. Slavery was abolished in the 1800s. Clearly, they didn’t get the memo. Their horrendous secret is out. What’s even worse is they don’t even make the best chocolate in the world, so now it’s a lose-lose situation (via Kueez).
Apparently, this girl believes New York is its own separate country and isn’t a part of the USA. She also believes geology is the same thing as geography. If only she knew geology was the study of Earth’s mineral and natural resources, then she’d take back what she said. Maybe she should continue these beliefs since she’ll get what she deserves at some point. All of it’s sad, and her baffling stupidity makes us shake our heads and sighs with defeat (via Kueez).