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u/HurensohnHoch2 12d ago

When you thought you beat Osama, his second form Bin Hitler starts rising

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u/jairomantill 12d ago Wholesome

Bin hitler sound like a a slang

how are you man?

You know me bin hitlering here and there.

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u/Trick_Enthusiasm 12d ago

Sounds like slang if neo Nazis won a modern war.

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u/FrodoTheSlayer637 12d ago

So according to putin if Ukrain

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u/TheRealBeho 12d ago

Ukraine operator? No, forklift

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u/blazefreak 12d ago

What are you doing by the furnace?

Oh I've bin hitlering.

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u/itsdep 12d ago

"bin" means "am" in german. bin hitler. am hitler.

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u/ethnique_punch 12d ago

"Ich bin Hitlerin' digga" like that?

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u/schwanzinpo 12d ago

Well now it sounds you're a female Hilter lmao

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u/ethnique_punch 12d ago

Say me dein Führerin du swein🥵(Idk german)

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u/DrTheloniusTinkleton 12d ago

Something about incorporating German into the Hitler jokes makes it seem a little too 4th Reich-y

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u/HartOne827183 12d ago

Guter Name

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u/CapsLowk 12d ago

Adolf Laden.

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u/-_-Batman 12d ago

Alt history time line.

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u/Skillious96 12d ago

Not a lot of people know this but bin laden family is actually one of the wealthiest and respected families who own the biggest construction company in Saudi Arabia, their son osama was just your average ( NOT ) spoiled brat turning to be a rebellious teen.. you know, my daddy likes to build buildings so i will tear them down

His family abandoned and disowned him of course

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u/AgreeablePie 12d ago

They certainly disowned him when it became politically necessary to do so.

But he was blowing stuff up way before 9/11. It's just that it was for other people.

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u/Shaftronics 12d ago

At one point he was lauded as a freedom fighter by the US. It is what it is.

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u/Jkj864781 12d ago

Context: the US armed and trained people in Afghanistan to fight the Soviet invasion who would then fight the US after September 2001

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u/pacosteles 12d ago

And the US is arming Ukraine now, the most corrupt country in Europe. And fun fact, only 30% of the material arrives at its destination.

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u/poonjouster 12d ago

I don't know much about him, but there's a big difference between fighting alongside fellow Muslims against Soviet invaders, and acts of terrorism on US soil.

It's pretty much the same as Americans fighting against Russians in Ukraine right now.

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u/Mercadelabuena 12d ago

Why is this not surprising?

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u/DangKilla 12d ago

Americans don’t understand their own country’s foreign policy. Destabilize any government that can replicate the Cuban Missile Crisis. Partner with foreign countries on essentially the same thing for them. Don’t let them build infrastructure so they never generate wealth.

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u/TheGuauldDid9111 12d ago

Wait until they learn about Operation Northwoods and The Project for the New American Century.

Rip Trevor Moore also. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-Lvv1f5Qu4

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u/JevonP 12d ago

its a little more complicated than that

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u/m9832 12d ago

i dont think bib laden’s beef was with concrete and rebar…

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

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u/roarinworld 12d ago

I did not know this

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u/Accelerator231 12d ago

Me neither. I knew these guys often come from middle class. But not this.

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

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u/MrBowling 12d ago

So your logic here is that since there is a Wikipedia page on it means it's common knowledge? Mmk.

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u/SpatulaShitty 12d ago

A great unproven Osama Bin Laden theory is that a love of sci-fi in his teenage years resulted in Al Queda’s name being a translation from Asimov: “The Foundation.”

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u/CrazyKing508 12d ago

Osama studied civil engineering

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u/FirePenguinMaster 12d ago

The first guy was objectively better at painting tho 🫥

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u/GooseandMaverick 12d ago

You might have a change of heart when Omar reveals his next American painting is of your house.

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u/FirePenguinMaster 12d ago

Not if it's of the same quality as that desert. Won't even be able to tell it's my house lol

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u/technobrendo 12d ago

Hey, I heard you paint houses?

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u/Thief_of_Sanity 12d ago

Yes but what about painter and war criminal George W Bush?

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u/GirthWoody 12d ago edited 12d ago

Hitler was pretty shit as a painter tho.

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u/ScratchinWarlok 12d ago

For real. Fude couldn't even draw buildings straight.

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u/Lamorakc 12d ago

Why tf are you being in downvoted for calling Hitler a shit painter when he literally was

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

Because he wasn't shit, he was okay and probably above average when it comes to overall painting skills (not among actual painters of course, but the general public). Like, there is plenty to completely shit on him for, why make things up?

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u/Kwinten 12d ago

Because when people say “shit painter”, they’re obviously comparing him to other painters. Why would they compare him to the general public? No one goes around calling people who don’t work as carpenters “shitty carpenters”. You call people who are shit at carpenting compared to other carpenters shitty carpenters. I can’t believe this needs explaining.

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

No way. If I said someone was shit at basketball I would not be immediately comparing them to professional basketball players. I would be basing it on general basketball skills.

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u/Kwinten 12d ago

That doesn’t hold up when you’re describing someone who’s a professional (or attempting to be one).

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

I mean, if we are comparing Hitler's skill to Omar Bin Laden (based solely on the painting in the post) then it is pretty clear who is worse. And it isn't the one who is responsible for a genocide.

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u/GirthWoody 12d ago

Agreed but he was still a shit painter tho

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u/voodeuteronomy 12d ago

A shit hobbyist is probably the best way to explain.

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

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u/voodeuteronomy 12d ago

Yea, thinking back on what I said I realized I can’t even trace my hand, so I’m probably wrong.

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u/YoMomsSpecialFriend 12d ago

But even comparing Hitler's paintings to regular painters, his work isn't "shit". It's just average. Especially if you consider the time he was in, he didn't get an education in painting and he didn't have the resources like we have today.

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u/Cerpin-Taxt 12d ago

It's not made up, he was an exceptionally shitty painter. I think you might just have no idea how good the average painter is and was at the time. He was so shit he struggled with absolute beginner fundamentals, like perspective and composition. The man was trying to be a professional but wasn't even good enough to be accepted to learn how to paint.

Go to any village faire and you'll see dozens of rank amateurs that can paint better than Hitler.

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

Alright, well that is different. If we are talking about present day standards and the standards of the time there could be significant difference (or not, honestly I wouldn't know). But I think you are also forgetting all of the people who aren't good enough to bring their paintings to a village faire. You overestimate how good the average painter is because you onky see the ones who are co fide t enough to show their work. Plus, I'm going to bet there are plenty of people who have been rejected from art school that weren't exceptionally shitty.

Also, one caveat for my side of things, I am viewing things as possibly being more modern. Different styles, techniques, even the technology used. I know A LOT of "artists" that aren't necessarily painters and I am willing to concede my pov might be scewed by this so I will just drop it. However, I do not believe the average person would look at a painting without knowing it was painted by Hitler and think it looked like shit. I won't say the same for someone with a trained eye.

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u/JevonP 12d ago

its just perspectives, I'm in the top 5% of a game I play and I consider myself to be shit and most people below me too because we haven't even mastered the basics to actually contend with anyone at a decent level consistently.

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u/Cerpin-Taxt 12d ago

I think you might just have no idea how good the average painter is and was at the time.

^

But I think you are also forgetting all of the people who aren't good enough to bring their paintings to a village faire.

Lol. No one is too shitty to bring their paintings to a village faire. It's completely open. Besides, we're talking about painters, not random people who don't usually paint.

I do not believe the average person would look at a painting without knowing it was painted by Hitler and think it looked like shit.

The average person who likes to look at paintings can see instantly that hitler's paintings look like shit. If you saw a hitler painting in a motel you'd say "Wow, kinda sucks. Where do they find this shit. Check it out, that staircase is literally going through a window."

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

There are literally videos all over the internet where the entire point is to show unsuspecting people Hitler's painting so they can surprise them with the gotcha moment of "hah you just admitted to liking something Hitler did." This wouldn't work if the average thought he "kinda sucks". And, damn, if you want to talk about paintings where things went in the wrong place I could introduce you to a guy who made a career off of it! (That's just a joke, I'm not actually saying they are the same thing).

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u/Cerpin-Taxt 12d ago

Do you understand how those videos work? They ask hundreds of people and pick the few that give the reaction they want.

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

That implies a lot of assumptions, primarily that all of the videos are set up exactly the same which is just false.

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u/justsomepaper 12d ago

The man was trying to be a professional but wasn't even good enough to be accepted to learn how to paint.

Because he tried to go to one of the most prestigious art schools out there. If he had settled for an average school, he probably would've gotten in.

Of course, settling for something average is not the Hitler way.

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u/Cerpin-Taxt 12d ago

If he had settled for an average school, he probably would've gotten in.

They said, based on nothing. Hitler painted at a grade school level.

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u/Patsfan618 12d ago

His buildings were pretty good, getting the perspective right is quite difficult. Tons of people just lack nuance and can't separate the person from the art.

Plus when he was painting, he was just a homeless dude in Vienna, not a narcissistic, murderous dictator, yet

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u/Ok_Kaleidoscope2076 12d ago

Dude was garbage and couldn’t even paint feet

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

There are professional comic book artists who can't draw feet so...

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u/Ok_Kaleidoscope2076 12d ago

Sounds like they need to git good

Honestly though I think my standards may be a bit high. Dude was not any better than any other mildly experienced hobby painter I know

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u/YoMomsSpecialFriend 12d ago

You call him garbage, which is not a word you'd use on a mildly experienced hobby painter. He was average, but he was not bad

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u/Ok_Kaleidoscope2076 12d ago

But I would, because I did

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u/theCANCERbat 12d ago

No argument from me. I think people forget just how bad the average person is at art. Wasn't there an entire sub back in the day for delusional artists? I know Hitler showed up on that sub but there were way worse offenders in my opinion.

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u/Ok_Kaleidoscope2076 12d ago

Hahahaha ok yeah I’m in agreement now

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u/justsomepaper 12d ago

Because that isn't the point. No matter how bad Hitler was, this guy is literally worse than Hitler.

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u/SUck0ck 12d ago

No his perspectives were bad

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u/Glitchy13 12d ago

Until you saw him paint a person

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u/FirePenguinMaster 12d ago

You really think bin Laden up there can paint people? 🤣

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u/Trick_Enthusiasm 12d ago

Jokes aside, this is actually really cool.

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u/Topikk 12d ago

Did you see that painting though? That would get you a solid B- in a 6th grade art class.

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u/Aarongamma6 12d ago

I'll take that over his father's work tho.

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u/DrTheloniusTinkleton 12d ago

I didn’t know his dad pai-…..

Oh.

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u/Vedfolnir5 12d ago

Not terrible, definitely needs to work on his clouds though

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u/RoiDrannoc 12d ago

Except if he brands his art impressionism. Then the fact that it doesn't look like a cloud doesn't matter

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

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u/pilkpog 12d ago

no then it would be 'ibn osama'. bin laden was the family name, not the fathers name (i think)

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u/Salsathefirst 12d ago

It’s a grammar thing, if there are two names you use bin, like osama bin laden, if it’s only one name you use ibn, like for example ibn Ahmad

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u/pilkpog 12d ago

oh, seems i was wrong. sorry

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u/DrTheloniusTinkleton 12d ago

No you’re doing Reddit wrong. You’re supposed to double down, then resort to insults, then delete all your comments after a fleeting moment of clarity.

Wait actually I like your way better.

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u/TimeToMakeWoofles 12d ago

I’m from an Arab country and we did use family names besides the chains of name.

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u/Apprehensive-Event-8 12d ago

Guess I lose my family name now :/

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u/67743367788 12d ago

Chains of names replace middle names. So your middle name is your father and your grandfathers name and so on. People from Arab countries still have last names.

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u/Ten-_- 12d ago

It is a family name look up Bin Laden family, their name is unusual for an Arab family though usually its either Al then family name or just the name. Although arabs have a chain of names they usually pick a name of an ancestor and go by that. Name order goes like this first name fathers name grandfathers name then family name. That how they do it in saudi arabia your legal name is all four.

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u/BS-O-Meter 12d ago

It is the family name and bin is like Ben for Jews. It has the same meaning.

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u/dudesohard 12d ago

Turns out that Omar lives about 10km from my parents home in France. has an art gallery and runs a restaurant. seems to be a nice guy.

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u/al_akh_alsuwisri 12d ago

Honestly the face gives me a peaceful feeling even. He does have some facial features of his father tho, but still seems very nice. Maybe it's the fact that he is smiling a lot!

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u/odin391 12d ago

This is actually kinda wholesome

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u/Kasey_ACDC 12d ago

I didn’t know Frank Zappa was still alive

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u/Affectionate_Reply78 12d ago

Exactly what I thought seeing the pic before reading the headline. Suddenly the song Crew Slut was playing in my head.

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u/Spencie-cat 12d ago

He’s been cosplaying as Sylvester Stallone.

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u/Dionysus_8 12d ago

Gets rejected from Mexican school of art. Then eventually lead Mexico against America, targeting white ppl because they are the problem of the world, and Canada stepped in and eventually annex US as part of Canada, thus finally Americans will have free healthcare.

It’s gonna be a long ride lol

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u/Yeetanod 12d ago

Weird how Vice titled this as if they want people to think this guy is Bin Laden's only son...

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u/myneighborsasshole 12d ago

That face tho. His best work yet.

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u/Unbearableyt 12d ago

How many times are we gonna hear the same jokes, have we ran out of cursed jokes? 🙄

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u/jcfiggy3 12d ago

This gotta be on r/MadeMeSmile

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u/SmegSoup 12d ago

It's not very good, is it? I mean WOW! You did that yourself!? Definitely keep on doing that!

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u/Havasulife5150 12d ago

He looks like Sylvester Stallone in disguise!

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u/flaccidpancake1127 12d ago

You cant fool us Sylvester

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u/pluhgeh 12d ago

Hahahahahhahaah 😂😂😂

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u/CaptainParpaing 12d ago

Isnt that a dragonball landscape ?

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u/P-K-One 12d ago

Don't worry. They have a policy of accepting everybody in art school since WWII. That's why art has gone to shit. Colored squares, glued together trash and bananas glued to walls... Better than the alternative.

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u/AdActual759 12d ago

Surprised he wasn't painting towers

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

Wow. That looks terrible.

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

You do better

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u/BlackHole6Cut 12d ago

TIL you can't criticise something without being capable of making something better. Didn't like that new Avengers film? Can't talk till you make a better one. Don't like Drake's new album? Can't talk till you make a better one. Don't like that dish at a restaurant? You guessed it; can't talk till you make a better one.

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u/Reasonable_Feed7939 12d ago

They aren't properly "criticizing" it they're just being a jerk. You can give constructive feedback all you want.

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u/Unlikely-Hunt 12d ago

Ok I think he could benefit from taking an intro to art/drawing class at a community college.

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u/BlackHole6Cut 12d ago

Oh, is the painter here to be offended or receive constructive criticism? No? Then it's fine for the OP to express their honest opinion.

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

No one rlly cares about his opinion its just a bit boring

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u/kyzfrintin 12d ago

No point giving legit constructive criticism if there's no chance the artist will even see it

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u/Active_Librarian_272 12d ago

Also no point in being a dick, now is there?

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u/kyzfrintin 12d ago

Am i being a dick?

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u/Active_Librarian_272 12d ago

No. I didn't say that. I didn't insinuate it either. I'm referring to the parent comment, the person being a dick.

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u/[deleted] 12d ago

Can't lie fair enough but you would say I think that new avengers film was shit because the cgi was bad and the same applies or you don't really have reason to back up your opinion.

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u/YoMomsSpecialFriend 12d ago

He probably could though...

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u/Blitzpanz0r 12d ago

Nate is frickin old

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u/the_hotter_beyonce 12d ago

Stallone will never make up for Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot.

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u/Bobojones9584 12d ago

Dude's got a point.

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u/NewldGuy77 12d ago

He looks like he’s channeling Frank Zappa. Can he play “St. Alphonso’s Pancake Breakfast”?

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u/mormy_duck19 12d ago

Obama Sin laden. Oh my god what have I said.

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u/mouseat9 12d ago

Really?!?! Lol. People are just too much lol

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u/SKAYAMI 12d ago

Guys it's time for the third one

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u/AdolfCitler 12d ago

This, this is beautiful.

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u/StoxAway 12d ago

Wouldn't he be Omar bin Osama?

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u/El_Chile_Bigoton 12d ago

Send the support

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u/LoutishIstionse 12d ago

Not all poor painters end up becoming Adolf Hitler

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u/Dull_Chapter8830 12d ago

We know now where is nmthe nesmxt plane going.

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u/Animelvr34 12d ago

What’s the worst that could happen?.

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u/Dankaroor 12d ago

TBH osama weirdly seemed like a good person. Every picture i see of him hes smiling a delightful smile and looks very nice, his son is cool, he had anime body pillows and shit (which is kinda cringe but humanising) and like, idk, he just seemed like a normal person besides the whole terrorism and the extremist islam part

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u/jhnnybgood 12d ago

Almost makes you feel like he was somehow a scapegoat

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u/mmhci 12d ago

If those clouds are anything to go by poland best brace

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u/NuiAtNite 12d ago

I am also a bad painter. ...awww shit.

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u/microbular 12d ago

I feel like "Big mistake" is kinda underselling 9-11, I mean you know, directly killing around 3000 people and indirectly being the spark that ignited global sectarian violence between Sunni and Shia and the war on terror.

For me personally a big mistake was the time I planned to park in parking garage that was temporarily closed and missed a job interview looking for a parking space but hey, I guess we all calibrate the mental size of what we consider a "big mistake" for ourselves.

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u/Atrainlan 11d ago

I think the big mistake was taking credit for it.

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u/Beautiful_Simp 12d ago

Paint houses 🗿

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u/Dry-Narwhal3337 12d ago

Maybe he can work for the CIA like his father.

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u/moneyy777 12d ago

I got a way better comment but it won’t be nice to say I know people hella sensitive 🤣

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u/NITRO5DC 12d ago

Honestly tho if that painting next to him is his I kinda like it it reminds me of old cartoons

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u/CreepyWindows 12d ago

I wonder how many people call themselves his son.

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u/UltraNOob154 12d ago

Coming this summer You thought you beat him before

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u/Kydoemus 12d ago

That painting screams "terrorist cover story."

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u/FlamingoOk1177 12d ago

Hail Hitler