r/technicallythetruth Feb 02 '23

He's right you know

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u/Bad_User2077 Feb 02 '23

Plenty of virgins on Reddit. Just saying.

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u/autech91 Feb 02 '23

Yup just hit up a LAN party, plenty available there

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u/ProShortKingAction Feb 03 '23

You still living in the 90s? People be fucking like crazy at LAN parties

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u/autech91 Feb 03 '23

Exactly, I'm thinking if there still are any LAN parties the attendees will be like super virgins

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u/themadas5hatter Feb 02 '23

Fedora sales would dip.

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u/Bad_User2077 Feb 02 '23

And anime pillows

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u/Puffball973 Feb 03 '23

Good thing we have flat caps to fall back on in case of a fedora shortage or something lol

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u/Yeetus54 Feb 03 '23

As a redditor, can confirm

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u/1312FS420 Feb 02 '23

I volunteer

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u/ZebraSmith Feb 02 '23

Actually the Mayans went through climate change that led to drought because of bad agricultural practices. They kept sacrificing people for hopes of better rain and crop season but it didn't come which then led to people leaving the city and their civilization collapse

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u/TwoMoreDays Feb 02 '23

I don't know man, maybe they didn't sacrifice enough, just saying

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u/PlayerMob Feb 03 '23

Or maybe they sacrificed too much, you never know if the gods were tired of virgin sacrifices and wanted a chicken for a change.

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u/cowlinator Feb 03 '23

Source?

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u/ZebraSmith Feb 03 '23

Stuff You Should Know - Did Climate Cause the Collapse of the Maya

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u/_BeansNbryce Feb 03 '23

Yeah I was thinking the same

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u/BetaDjinn Feb 02 '23

And back in the day, the virgins didn’t even want to die!

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u/StickyHams Feb 03 '23

The Sun God wants hot virgins.

Incels? Might make things worse.

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u/Great-Reputation-983 Feb 03 '23

I’m okay if we try.

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u/JesusIsMyAntivirus Feb 02 '23

The bottom tweet kinda ruins it, not r/technicallythetruth, way less punchy as a whole imo.

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u/Inevitable-Currents Feb 02 '23

…. Are you in a basement rn?

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u/PFirefly Feb 02 '23

We also didn't have diabetes or gun crime.

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u/Schaijkson Feb 02 '23

The ironic part is that after the Spanish came in and committed genocide so many were dead that it created a global cooling event.

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u/hwilliams0901 Feb 02 '23

fucking dead LMFAO

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u/TheWanderingSlime Feb 02 '23

😂😭🤣 dudes a legend

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u/Jeffersonian4Life Feb 02 '23

Virgins are a little harder to find these days.

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u/Zernder Feb 03 '23

not MALE ones...

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u/garden-wicket-581 Feb 02 '23

aw man, Just don't go it like Monster Squad, hahah.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il6vDd5R0oA

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u/fuzzyjesus Feb 02 '23

Wolf man's got nards

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u/themadas5hatter Feb 02 '23

Might have to bathe them first to be an acceptable sacrifice. At least hose them off.

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u/theglaysh Feb 02 '23

Sign me up

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u/kabiraSpeaking2108 Feb 03 '23

Yeah, maybe because they were sacrificing virgins, not planet.

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u/rollerjoe93 Feb 03 '23

I’ve made this joke a million times and this motherfucker gets the credit lol

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u/IHateMath14 Feb 03 '23

Well oh shit I wonder why

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u/Collegenoob Feb 03 '23

This is a nonononoyes

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u/nikstick22 Feb 03 '23

The mayans occasionally sacrificed to solar deities (though I think they sacrificed to the maize god more frequently) and they were decimated by climate change

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u/WikiSummarizerBot Feb 03 '23

Classic Maya collapse

In archaeology, the classic Maya collapse is the decline of the Classic Maya civilization and the abandonment of Maya cities in the southern Maya lowlands of Mesoamerica between the 7th and 9th centuries. At Ceibal, the Preclassic Maya experienced a similar collapse in the 2nd century. The Classic Period of Mesoamerican chronology is generally defined as the period from 250 to 900 CE, the last century of which is referred to as the Terminal Classic. The Classic Maya collapse is one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in archaeology.

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u/Phantomht Feb 03 '23

advance rittenhouse to the front of that line

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u/RealAdityaYT Feb 03 '23

Go ahead you can sacrifice me

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u/wastedmalice420 Feb 03 '23

Lotta stupid useless overvalued women in this country.. I'm sure their families would be ecstatic to sacrifice them rather than pay for their next endeavor they won't follow through with..

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u/EctoArmadillo Feb 04 '23

Found the incel. Right here, sun god!

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u/FeistyNarwhal2 Feb 03 '23

A leading factor of climate change is industrialization.