How does posting a link on Facebook help cure cancer?

Question by D.B.: How does posting a link on Facebook help cure cancer?
I always see photos on Facebook that say things like “If you wish cancer never existed, like. If you want to help, share.” But you aren’t sharing a link to any organizations in the hopes to get people to donate, you are just sharing that picture. I’m not trying to be rude. I don’t understand the point. Can someone please explain?

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Answer by Holy Troller
Why the hell are you not trying to be rude? Those posts are nothing but ego boosts for the people who are oh so goddamn compassionate that they just have to remind people that cancer exists, while expending as little effort as possible.

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3 thoughts on “How does posting a link on Facebook help cure cancer?”

  1. It’s attention seeking. It’s so stupid too, it’s designed to make people feel guilty if they don’t repost, as if they “don’t care”. While the creator of the image feels happy that they’ve got loads of likes. It doesn’t do anything, and it’s very stupid as everyone wishes cancer didn’t exist

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