# Determining whether TWS really is cancer, through you.

• Surely you've seen people call this site cancer, have you ever considered it to be cancer? What makes a site cancer anyways?
The users.
Here are a few questions I've prepared to let us all know what kind of a place TWS is.

1. Number of letters in your name:
2. Do you live with your biological parents:
3. Population of your country (if you live in the U.S then use the population of that,
but if you live anywhere else like the EU use your countrys population):
4. Number of siblings:
5. Do you use biometrics:
6. Number of real life best friends:
7. Number of online friends:
8. Are you in a relationship:
9. Sexual preference:
10. Last time you had sex (e.g. 3 years ago):

1. 1-5 = +50, 6-10 = +150, 10-15 = +120, 16-20 (no one has a name this long here) = +400
2. Yes = +100, No = +200
3. <0.5m = +500, 1-10m = +300, 10-100m = +250, 1bn+ = 100
4. 0 = +250 1-2 = +250, 3-5 = +100, 6-10 = +20
5. Yes = +250, No = +100
6. 0 = +100, 1-5 = +110, 6-10+ = + 250
7. 0 = +10, 1-10 = +300, 11-20 = +500
8. Yes = +400, No = +100, Don't wanna say = +why the fuck not?
9. The opposite sex only = +500, The same sex only = +400, Both = +100
10. 0-7 days = +400, 2-4 weeks = +350, 1-4 months ago = +250, 1 year+ = +100,
Virgin = +1

The boundaries:
Once you get get a final score divide it by 3350 and multiply it by 100 and write the answer you get down below, If you don't fully understand then just answer the questions and I'll do the rest for you.

Conclusion(ising?):
This section won't work unless at least 10 people have answered these questions, basically when you get a result make sure to write down the raw score that you got along with the percentage.

50-60% = Cancer
61-70% = A little cancerous
71-75% = Not as cancerous as everyone says
76-80% = It's alright
81-85% = Very good
86-90% = Amazing.

I'm leaving this section unfinished until people actually do the questions so don't focus on here too much right now.
Once a lot of people do it then I will add all the scores together to get a final percentage.

Note: If you get a decimal round down,

• @wtfjudith
Number of letters in your name: This is more to do with what kind of people come to TWS more generic English names which are usually around 5 letters. Foreign names are longer than that. This can be linked to the population question where the American users are not treated as an extreme.

This is sometimes the case, but still doesn’t work because come on, obviously not all foreign names are a whole fucking sentence in themselves XD
Just with french for example, we can get names as short as Élie, Ines, Alix, medium size like Alizée or long like Annabelle, Emmanuelle, Anne-Marie, Mellyssandre

Whether or not you live with your biological parents: Most children who live with their parents (especially those who live in MEDCs) are spoiled, therefore more cancerous, the ones who don't live with their biological parents are more likely to come here out of other reasons which differ from those who do live with their biological parents and range from depression to social interaction with people their age as they don't usually get a lot of contact with people who share their interests (as their friendship circle is small and doesn't allow a lot of variation)

I don’t see how people can be considered spoiled if they live with their biological parents. Some parents will treat their kids differently, wether (see what I did there? you better still respond ffs) or not they are biologically theirs and some adoptive or whatever parents can spoil their kids even more.

I’ll take the example of one of my closest friends who was adopted when she was around 2 because her bio mother in Romania wasn’t able to properly take care of her so she ended up in Canada. Her adoptive parents sent her to a private school, they go on vacations all the time and have a super cozy life now. I never realized she was adopted till she told me about it.
So whether you’re with your bio parents or not isn’t relevant to your cancerous level

Number of Siblings: Individuals with a lot of siblings will tend to escape from their family circle via the internet as they would get tired of having to deal with annoying siblings (in large families one child doesn't get as much attention as a child with 0-2 siblings does as the parents have less responsibility). The ones who live with more siblings will be more short-tempered as their daily lives have more contact with people, therefore making them more cancerous.

Now the logic with this just doesn’t work. You say that people who live with their biological parents are cancerous because “they’re spoiled” but people who are an only child are generally a lot more spoiled than those with many siblings. (Generalization ok)
When you have many siblings, it’s like living with your mini simulation of a real life society where you have to deal and collaborate with the others in the house. This means that in the long therm, your patience is supposed to be way more developed and you’re used to your siblings acting like immature little twats, so you would know how to act more civilized in a situation where people are acting immature on TWS

The population of your country: This is because people who live in places with a higher population are likely to have friends as they are generally exposed to a larger amount of people, that would make them more experienced with people which could create alter egos that could be cancerous (they always are), they come about because the human mind tries to escape from the daily routine by adding a little stimulation that the individual isn't used to experiencing (no one would go to a stranger and tell them to suck their dick).

Living in a country with a larger population has no impact on how many friends you have.
First of all, sure what if I lived in a country of over 100 million people for example, but I stay in a city with only 50k people in it?
Now we’re mostly teenagers here, so what if we went to a small school with not that many students in your class? The population of your country doesn’t necessarily have an impact on the number of people you’re exposed to

Then there’s the fact that in most cases your number of friends has nothing to do with how you would act over the internet.

I’m sorry but I didn’t quite catch what you meant when you said people with more friends create alter egos and all that..

So in conclusion, your idea of a test to see how cancerous people on TWS are was good, but I don’t quite agree with the way you played it out since I don’t see how most of these questions relate to how you would act.
A lot of them are things people can’t control (like your name or the population in your country, etc) and don’t have much to do with how people react on TWS

I would suggest to give people real situations and based on the way they say they would react (if it’s considered a “cancerous” response or not) give a certain point system like you did

Holy fuck that was long..

• 61% - A little cancerous
You are a genius! This is so right!
Come here son...suck my dick as a reward.

• Determining whether TWS really is cancer

Well to be perfectly honest, in my humble opinion, of course without offending anyone who thinks differently from my point of view,

but also by looking into this matter in a different perspective and without being condemning of one's view's and by trying to make it objectified,

and by considering each and every one's valid opinion,

I honestly believe that

The collective Cancer Level of TWS ..

there i did the calculations ,no need for crowd sourcing anymore :joy: :joy:

• @wtfjudith
Number of letters in your name: This is more to do with what kind of people come to TWS more generic English names which are usually around 5 letters. Foreign names are longer than that. This can be linked to the population question where the American users are not treated as an extreme.

This is sometimes the case, but still doesn’t work because come on, obviously not all foreign names are a whole fucking sentence in themselves XD
Just with french for example, we can get names as short as Élie, Ines, Alix, medium size like Alizée or long like Annabelle, Emmanuelle, Anne-Marie, Mellyssandre

My point with names was that they'd be foreign therefore their English wouldn't be of a very good level, if you haven't noticed most of the world hates Americans (and the U.S in general) this would obviously lead to them creating conflict with those who are of American nationality, creating what we call a cancerous site.

Whether or not you live with your biological parents: Most children who live with their parents (especially those who live in MEDCs) are spoiled, therefore more cancerous, the ones who don't live with their biological parents are more likely to come here out of other reasons which differ from those who do live with their biological parents and range from depression to social interaction with people their age as they don't usually get a lot of contact with people who share their interests (as their friendship circle is small and doesn't allow a lot of variation)

I don’t see how people can be considered spoiled if they live with their biological parents. Some parents will treat their kids differently, wether (see what I did there? you better still respond ffs) or not they are biologically theirs and some adoptive or whatever parents can spoil their kids even more.

My point here is that your biological parents are going to spoil you way more than anyone else, (even the strictest of parents will do things that are for your betterment). You say that adoptive parents can spoil you as much as your biological parents, that generally is very untrue. These are the problems that can arise from living with adoptive parents:

1. Interracial, skin color can make a child stand out and usually leads to mental isolation (this goes back to my point on alter egos)
2. When you adopt a 3 year old (obviously there isn't a 3 year old using this website that's why I didn't mention it) there isn't a problem with them settling in, but when you talk about a 10+ year old difficulties arise because:
1 - This is the age that kids start to hit puberty and their behavioral patterns change drastically (this is why most adoptions don't work out)
2 - Change in culture, not to mention the parents have little to no knowledge about the childs background. This can range from the kind of meals they get to the type of society/neighbourhood they're brough into.
3. Other members of the family (the adoptive parents real children) not everyone is acceptive to everything that happens around them, this can sometimes also break out into physical fights.
And yes, I did see what you did there. Very cheeky.

I’ll take the example of one of my closest friends who was adopted when she was around 2 because her bio mother in Romania wasn’t able to properly take care of her so she ended up in Canada. Her adoptive parents sent her to a private school, they go on vacations all the time and have a super cozy life now. I never realized she was adopted till she told me about it.

"When she was around 2" my point exactly, I talked about the influential ages above.

So whether you’re with your bio parents or not isn’t relevant to your cancerous level

Number of Siblings: Individuals with a lot of siblings will tend to escape from their family circle via the internet as they would get tired of having to deal with annoying siblings (in large families one child doesn't get as much attention as a child with 0-2 siblings does as the parents have less responsibility). The ones who live with more siblings will be more short-tempered as their daily lives have more contact with people, therefore making them more cancerous.

Now the logic with this just doesn’t work. You say that people who live with their biological parents are cancerous because “they’re spoiled” but people who are an only child are generally a lot more spoiled than those with many siblings. (Generalization ok)

They are spoiled, you said it yourself, your friend lives a 'cozy life'. In some case (very extreme cases) the adoptive parents spoil the kids way more than their real parents ever could, this of course is bad and very harmful.

When you have many siblings, it’s like living with your mini simulation of a real life society where you have to deal and collaborate with the others in the house. This means that in the long therm, your patience is supposed to be way more developed and you’re used to your siblings acting like immature little twats, so you would know how to act more civilized in a situation where people are acting immature on TWS

I said this before, and what you're saying here "where you have to deal and collaborate with the others in the house. This means that in the long term, your patience is supposed to be way more developed and you’re used to your siblings acting like immature little twats" agrees with what I'm trying to say. We have to realize that everyone comes to the internet to escape from their real-life, when someone who has to deal with something like annoying siblings everyday comes to the internet this is usually where they take their anger out, once again linking to my point on alter egos.

The population of your country: This is because people who live in places with a higher population are likely to have friends as they are generally exposed to a larger amount of people, that would make them more experienced with people which could create alter egos that could be cancerous (they always are), they come about because the human mind tries to escape from the daily routine by adding a little stimulation that the individual isn't used to experiencing (no one would go to a stranger and tell them to suck their dick).

Living in a country with a larger population has no impact on how many friends you have.

Ok so, when you live in a country with a higher population that usually means that you're school/workplace generally has more people in it and it is easier to break into a group of people who will become your friends. I know you talk about this below but I'm getting there.

First of all, sure what if I lived in a country of over 100 million people for example, but I stay in a city with only 50k people in it?

There isn't any country in the world that has a population of 100m and a city with a population of 50k.

Now we’re mostly teenagers here, so what if we went to a small school with not that many students in your class? The population of your country doesn’t necessarily have an impact on the number of people you’re exposed to

I get your point, but, In a school with a smaller amount of people everyone is more likely to get along since there would be a smaller community and everyone would be familiar with each other (as they would share a lot of classes, schools under a certain population usually close down because they can't afford a specific teacher for each students chosen subject when there are only like 7-18 students, moreover a school this small wouldn't offer very good education as the higher-ups are going to care very little about something that makes them minimal profit, if you're talking about a government school those are usually garbage in most countries.

Then there’s the fact that in most cases your number of friends has nothing to do with how you would act over the internet.

Here's a guy explaining his experience on friends, this is getting lenghty so I'm restricting how much I write.

I’m sorry but I didn’t quite catch what you meant when you said people with more friends create alter egos and all that..

Hopefully after reading my answer from above helped you understand, if it didn't just ask somewhere else since this is too long already.

So in conclusion, your idea of a test to see how cancerous people on TWS are was good,

Thank you.

but I don’t quite agree with the way you played it out since I don’t see how most of these questions relate to how you would act.

That's absolutely fine, I appreciate a whaman who can keep me talking.

A lot of them are things people can’t control (like your name or the population in your country, etc) and don’t have much to do with how people react on TWS

True but these are things (like the environment which you grew up in, which you also don't control) which shape who you become.

I would suggest to give people real situations and based on the way they say they would react (if it’s considered a “cancerous” response or not) give a certain point system like you did

If we did that we would be here until the Milkyway collides with Andromeda (4.5 billion years from now)
Not to mention people aren't going to give truthful answers to the questions to make themselves look good, what I did gives the test-taker anonymity, which is something that the internet is built on.

Holy fuck that was long..

Indeed.

• @wtfjudith said

Holy fuck that was long..

# That was the longest writing of yours in one post.... Ever!!!!.

I agree with your point however ,Sums post is Genrazlization ...but individually you never know people until they have to act.

for example ,
Friends claiming they've got your back:
If anything happens I've always got your back. Even if you fall sick or get hurt, I promise!

And then shit hits the fan. You lose your house, you become homeless, you get AIDS, you lose
are no where to be seen

...the fair weather birds have flown away ...

Action speak louder than words.

I agree, which is why I provided anonymity so that everyone can be who they are.

• @sumof1 61% A little cancerous (that is true)

• (if you live in the U.S then use the population of that,
but if you live anywhere else like the EU use your countrys population):

WHAT THE FUCK!
YOU ARE SO DUMB:joy: :joy: :joy: :joy: :joy: :joy:

• If I did the calculations well (probably not, cause I suck at maths) it would be 55%

• @wtfjudith
Number of letters in your name: This is more to do with what kind of people come to TWS more generic English names which are usually around 5 letters. Foreign names are longer than that. This can be linked to the population question where the American users are not treated as an extreme.
Whether or not you live with your biological parents: Most children who live with their parents (especially those who live in MEDCs) are spoiled, therefore more cancerous, the ones who don't live with their biological parents are more likely to come here out of other reasons which differ from those who do live with their biological parents and range from depression to social interaction with people their age as they don't usually get a lot of contact with people who share their interests (as their friendship circle is small and doesn't allow a lot of variation)
Number of Siblings: Individuals with a lot of siblings will tend to escape from their family circle via the internet as they would get tired of having to deal with annoying siblings (in large families one child doesn't get as much attention as a child with 0-2 siblings does as the parents have less responsibility). The ones who live with more siblings will be more short-tempered as their daily lives have more contact with people, therefore making them more cancerous.
The population of your country: This is because people who live in places with a higher population are likely to have friends as they are generally exposed to a larger amount of people, that would make them more experienced with people which could create alter egos that could be cancerous (they always are), they come about because the human mind tries to escape from the daily routine by adding a little stimulation that the individual isn't used to experiencing (no one would go to a stranger and tell them to suck their dick).

• @crimson r u enjoying the block feature?

• @sumof1 60% - cancer
I should gtfo of here 😂

You're not cancer zazzles, I did something wrong. This system is broken.

• Holy shit this is long... wait a sec

• 53% Aka cancer as fuck.. that was expected tbh

• 74% lmao

• Dont you see yet!!!!
Omg you are so dumb.

• @sumof1 That's a new thing to me...still doesnt make any sense tho.

• @sumof1 yea its fine, EU is not really a country, everyone knows that..no need to specify it.

• @sup just to be safe, I indented the boundaries as well, all to make sure the system doesn't break.

• @crimson said in Determining whether TWS really is cancer, through you.:

74% lmao

Fanta, wtf how??????!

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