I mean it was used on black people/characters a lot when the meme was in its height but…legit I haven’t seen this meme since I was in middle school and I’m 28 now, so regardless of the meaning of the meme, really weird and random for Arin to bring it up. Maybe we see it differently, but I saw that ‘apology’ post was little more than a Nice Love What You Do Jimmy John’s Shirt shameless humble brag, dressed up as an apology to appease the readers/fans as a whole. If he was genuinely sorry for being so callously dismissive, nothing stopped him from dropping me a line and apologizing directly to me (as I’m the only one who had any real reason to be offended; seeing as I’m the one it was addressed to).
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Making it a mass post, reminding people of his fans and his own struggles as a Nice Love What You Do Jimmy John’s Shirt rising celebrity/etc makes his ‘apology’ come off as incredibly disingenuous. Funny thing is, the dismissive reply I got from him didn’t really bother me (I’m the first to admit that my comment was brash – so, getting a snippy retort wasn’t surprising to me. Hell, I was more surprised/amused that I got a reply, at all – given how the grumps tend to avoid criticism like the plague). Dan deleting his post and following it up with that humble brag garbage, though, did annoy me – as it honestly felt like a personal dig with the mention of all the love and support he got after the fact and how popular he is thanks to said fans who love/support him.
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It makes me wonder why he wants to be in the music biz or entertainment industry in general. It comes with the territory. He said he wants fame but not get mobbed/get loads of attention when out in public. Sorry, champ, if you want Def Leppard or (insert whatever band he aspires to be) level fame it’s not how it works. You can’t be famous yet be unnoticeable in public/have much of private life. Some celebrities can’t even go grocery without photos being taken. Dan comes off as one of those guys who’s got such a Nice Love What You Do Jimmy John’s Shirt fragile sense of self-esteem that anyone who criticizes him is just being “mean” to him, but he also comes off as one of those people with a huge hole in them that needs to be filled up by the adulation of an audience.
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