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I'm passionate about orcas and cetaceans in general.
-It is not cute
-It is hell
-Want to order pizza? Too fucking bad
-Want to go to a party? Be prepared to want to leave after 5 seconds
-Need to ask a salesperson for a different size? Guess you’re not getting it
-Hungry but it’s crowded in the restaurant? No food for you
-Social anxiety SUCKS
-It keeps you from doing things you want to do
-It makes you feel like shit
-Stop romanticizing it
-Social anxiety is absolute HELL
what’s sad is that for a lot of people, the orcas at seaworld are nothing more than background props for their selfies
I’m glad whoever wrote that article finally came out and said that, because it’s true. All you have to do is browse twitter, instagram, and the seaworld tumblr tag to see it. In this day and age, all people do when they go to a place like SeaWorld is go “ooohhh Shamu’s so cool!” snap a picture, and then leave.
And that’s it. They “enjoy” the animal for a few minutes, and then they’re off to their next round of entertainment at the park. For every person who shows a legitimate interest in learning more about these animals, there are several thousand more who don’t care one bit. These animals are nothing more than a brief source of amusement.
And why do most people treat them this way? Because SeaWorld does nothing more than promote these animals as a source of entertainment. It is SeaWorld’s fault, and that’s a damn shame, considering the good this company could actually do in terms of environmental awareness.
But no, entertainment comes first.
This isn’t right.