If you're in dire need of advice, there's no reason to check out a self-help book anymore. We have Twitter now, where strangers spew out unsolicited advice pretty much nonstop on every aspect of what you should feel, think, and do. But sometimes a post still manages to stand out from the endless stream of pointers, and the entire Twitter community bands together to ridicule as one.
Like last week, when Twitter user @APompliano listed the qualities and actions of the "most successful people" he's ever met. It featured things like "reading constantly" and "constantly work to improve" -- hard to object to those things in themselves, but something about the tone apparently rubbed the hivemind the wrong way. A new meme was born.