I don't quite understand some of the comments people leave on posts around the internet. I'm not talking about the trolls, the political people ("thanks Obama!"), the people whose first language isn't English or anything else like that, it's people who leave confusing, one or two word comments that you can't comprehend why they even wrote that.
Example: "The Simpsons" posted a photo in celebration of national sibling day (haha, suck it, only children!). Someone left a comment, "The Simpsons". That's it. "The Simpsons", on a post by The Simpsons, about The Simpsons. Wut? Turns out, this guy goes around posting "The Simpsons" on all posts by The Simpsons. Even moar wut?
Another example: The Onion posted an article about California's Seaworld doing its bit for the drought by draining the tanks half way. Asides from the usual people who thought it was real, the people trying to tell the others it's not real, and the wisearses like myself, there was this gem of a comment:
Good catch there, buddy.
Now, I'm sure they have their reasons. Perhaps they're practicing their english by translating the phrase from their native language, or typing on a foreign keyboard and want to show that they can do it, despite their keyboard inherently lacking the right letters, but I like to think it's a guy sitting at his keyboard, smug grin on his face, arm confidently around a super uncomfortable girl who's clearly not interested in him, saying "Yeah baby, I know TENS of English words. Watch me type another.