Anti-Internetism is a non-quadrant culturally right watered-down version of Anti-Electricitism that seeks to completely dissolve the internet and give everyone in the world internet-free lifestyles from before the 1960s.
How to Draw
- Draw a ball.
- Draw a black internet symbol (20, 20, 20) on the ball.
- Draw a red no sign (255, 0, 0) over the symbol.
- Draw 2 white eyes (255, 255, 255) and you're done!
- 1700ism and 1800ism - You guys don't have internet thoughts which is pretty good considering that over 98% of the world have internet in 2022.
- Anarcho-Music - I love non-internet music, but I also believe that soulless internet "songs" should be abolished.
- Books and literature in general - A way better option for learning things than the internet.
- Traditionalism - Back in our day, there was no such thing as the internet!
- Anti-Electricitism - While I do appreciate your aesthetic, you go a little too far with your anti-electrical sentiment.
- Gamerism - As long as you're off the internet, you're good to go.
- Anarcho-Entertainment - Don’t worry, I’m just manifesting my destiny. *smashes your 📱 iPhone with an axe* Happy now, internet-loving pig? 😈
- The Internet - This soulless hypno-propaganda machine brainwashed people into bullying innocent people and hating minorities, which means the internet should be terminated as soon as possible.
- How to Avoid Internet Addiction on WikiHow
- How to Overcome Internet Addiction on WikiHow
- How to Stop Internet Addiction on WikiHow
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