Local Woman Wants You To Delete This


LOCAL internet patroller Janet Hendricks has expressed annoyance that an article she disliked online has yet to be deleted, despite her clearly stating “delete this” in the comments section.

The 45-year-old Dublin native disagreed with the contents of the article despite not reading it, and demanded that the publisher delete it so that she could go about her day, safe in the knowledge that it had been wiped off the internet and she had saved everyone from forming their own opinions.

Pausing only to decide between whether or not to type “delete this” or “take this down”, Hendricks acted under the belief that she did not need to make any further explanation of her point-of-view, other than to tell the publication to delete their work because she hated it.

“I don’t like it, so it should be deleted,” said Hendricks, who still hasn’t gotten the knack of ignoring things she doesn’t like and living her life without needing everyone to conform to her way of thinking.

“I don’t see what the problem is here. And yet an hour later, they still haven’t deleted it… did they not see my post? It’s there, clear as day… ‘DELETE THIS’. I even wrote it in all caps. It’s almost as if they don’t respond to people who demand things. Maybe I’ll go back and demand again, see how that works out”.

If you have been affected by the contents of this article, please demand that it be deleted.