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People shouldn't be expected to beam with gratitude simply for being treated like human beings.
 
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'Personally, I didn't get much out of it,' writes Cosmo, as though the fucking point was him having a good time.
 
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Headline should say "I spent christmas helping the homeless, so I can brag about it on social media, only to find people didnt worship me and fill me with praise like I thought they should" eurgh imagine being that self absorbed of a human being!
 
well done if you guessed the spectator
 
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This reads like some onion shit
 
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You shouldn't make surface judgements about someone by their name. But, "Cosmo", does say a lot. pic.twitter.com/Lg6xognNmi
 
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I don't have a Soundcloud because I'm not that cool but if you are interested in volunteering and there aren't any options in your local area then you can volunteer your skills remotely through @ReachVolunteer
 
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A local charity was on the news just before Christmas saying they get far too many people trying to volunteer for Christmas Day and way too few at every other time.
 
"I spent Christmas Day helping the
homeless and I was bored out of my
mind. I made the mistake of assuming that I would be greeted with beaming faces."

Cosmo, don't nobody owe you anything.
 
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This stuff makes me so angry. Ffs, what is wrong with people? It really matters this stuff, because articles like that just legitimise other people's ignorance - and you just KNOW the author is feeling so smug right now. Ugh.
 
People like this frustrate me to no end. You have to hold their fucking hand the entire time and they expect people going through the worst times of their lives to worship the ground they walk on.
 
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*Looks up Cosmo Landesman* 'With his wife Julie Birchill and friend Toby Young' Ahhhh... pic.twitter.com/sZAeWlC59M
 
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I made the mistake of reading the eulogy he gave after his son killed himself. That dude is fucking unreal.
 
The Platonic ideal of white saviorism.
 
 
鈥淚 spent Christmas Day doing something for purely self-serving reasons because I鈥檓 scum.鈥
 
And imagine not asking why people are homeless in the first place......
 
I spent 7 years volunteering at Crisis. On the whole the majority of volunteers are brilliant. The odd one (called them halo chasers)was an issue. Vividly remember one telling me she wanted to a role change as this wasn鈥檛 the experience she was expecting. I told her to fuck off.
 
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PSA: regional food banks and homeless shelters often need help the entire year. Instead of only giving the gift of your time during the holidays when everyone else is, pick a random month like September and take your family/friends/group during that month.
 
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thought it was an onion article
 
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That is awful. Total Virtue Signalling Volunteering. Volunteering to help the homeless is many things - humbling, frustrating, saddening- all the things you expect it to be. At no point do you go in thinking 鈥榯his will make me feel good about myself鈥!
 
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"I gave blood and they put the blood in a BAG!? WTF?! Hook me up to a dying child so I can see my lifeforce reviving them or why even bother!"
 
 
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"Yes, yes, the wretched lot did thank me, and praise me for deigning to cater to them... but their praise wasn't what I'd call 'effusive'. I left, only feeling sorry for myself."
 
I worked in a homeless shelter and sometimes your work could go 鈥榰nnoticed鈥 but these were people who were left to fall through the cracks of society and had been constantly let down. Don鈥檛 do something good for 鈥榖eaming faces of gratitude鈥, do it to treat people like humans.
 
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How dare the literal homeless still be morose whilst being given their pity soup on Christmas by me, Bigge Dicke McMann
 
鈥淚 sharted in public on purpose - and it was the best decision I鈥檝e made in my entire life鈥
 
Another person who can choke
 
 
Cosmo Landesman is a cunt pass it on.
 
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That鈥檚 horrible, shame on the person who wrote that (though sadly I suspect they are shameless and have zero self awareness or compassion) pic.twitter.com/bi0vWoprBj
 
Maybe you get out what you put in?
I volunteer at a homeless centre, cooking and serving breakfasts, and it is the joy of my life 馃挆
 
Complaining is one of the few ways homeless people can muster some degree of dignity, 1) don't take it personally 2) fuck you
 
"I made the mistake of assuming I would be greeted with beaming faces of gratitude" is the most liberal Boomer thing I have read in a while.
 
christ, i found the whole article and i can confirm it is the worst article i have read in a long time, and i've been reading quite a few brexit articles.
 
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I feel like the title is click bait... the end has a rather profound line. 鈥淭here鈥檚 something suspect about people like me using the misfortune of others to feel good about ourselves. So I鈥檒l be back there next Christmas.鈥
 
"beaming faces of gratitude"

you do it because it's the right thing to do you fucking lib, not because they thank you for it.
 
$50 says this person also runs around telling women to "smile". SMDH.
 
鈥淚 made the mistake of assuming that I would be greeted with beaming faces of gratitude鈥 clearly shows they done it for the wrong reasons. You help people to help THEM not boost your ego.
 
ah would we look at that white saviour complex
 
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A more interesting alternative angle (which I'm hoping is what the author was actually going for) - helping those less fortunate than you isn't always as glamorous as the kitschy Hallmark movies, holiday stories, and scripted feel-good ads make it out to be.
 
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Nobody danced. 2/10
 
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He expected the homeless to sing the song of many praises and happiness to the great man feeding them, like Kim Jong Un.
 
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Nothing to do with this article, but the first opinion I had about journalism when I was about 13 reading my family鈥檚 Sunday Times was that Cosmo Landesman was a shit film critic.
 
Charity isn't a transaction, it's about what you're giving, not what you're getting in return.
 
This is by the same guy who hates Bisexuals because his wife left him for another woman, and who wrote an entire article about his belief that "ok boomer" was a slur. What a fucking prick.
 
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Yeah because people who have to huddle up in doorways in sub zero temperatures are going to break into song and dance when you hand them some lukewarm sprouts.
 
Imagine thinking that homeless people are there for your amusement....and not distrustful, experiencing depression and isolation.... because they are fucking homeless.
 
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What a sad excuse of a person.
 
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And putting your name to it and everything!
 
 
 
 
When the campaign is heroic but you insisted on playing an Evil character:
 
 
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鈥渂eaming faces of gratitude鈥 well if that鈥檚 the only reason why you鈥檙e doing it.... I fucking can鈥檛 pic.twitter.com/fvzflpZT97
 
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I can鈥檛 believe all these orphans weren鈥檛 falling over themselves to exalt my name after dropping off some toys I got from the dollar store smh
 
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This author is so 馃う馃徑鈥嶁檪锔廔magine doing something for the sole purpose of expecting everyone to fawn over your choice to do something. Doing good by volunteering is for those in need, not for you to wallow in self glory
 
 
I bet they saw through this tw#t straight away馃槃
 
 
HOMELESS PEOPLE DO NOT OWE YOU A SMILE THEY ARE DESERVING OF HUMAN RIGHTS REGARDLESS OF THEIR ATTITUDE
 
Wow... just. Wow.
 
I don鈥檛 know the man who wrote the article.
But as my job these last twenty years has been working with the Homeless I would express surprise that he found it dull.
It can be difficult, upsetting, aggravating, funny, rewarding, uplifting and poorly paid. But it鈥檚 never boring.
 
Christ almighty.
 
You doing the bare fucking minimum and want people who have nothing to be ecstatic to see you?? Take your savior mentality to hell with you
 
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Hahaha. Holy fuck. Cosmo living entirely in his own universe over here.
 
 
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I thought this was the daily mash or the onion at first.
 
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Being paid to write about a volunteering experience... kinda misses the point of volunteering almost as much as Cosmo did.
 
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How dare the peasants not tug their forelocks at me!!
 
 
 
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I volunteer at a homelessness organization and when new volunteers ask me when's the best time to come by/ when we need the most help, I always answer "when it's warm and the weather's nice"
 
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Of *course* he's called Cosmo.
 
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Our friend here thinks they're in Victorian inspiration porn.
 
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Is that in the Spectator by any chance? #foulrag
 
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"Oh, my goodness, no one smiled or kissed my ass, or treated me like I was their god." Yeah because you aren't owed affection for doing nice things for strangers, especially strangers who struggle on the streets. Fuck off, the person who wrote this article.
 
right the article is terrible, obviously, but my focus is elsewhere: what the hell my little pony ass name is cosmo landesman?

God damn Brits, man, I swear.
 
Someone called 鈥淐osmo Landesman鈥. Nothing more to say on the matter.
 
Imagine being a human person named Cosmo.
 
Two levels of 鈥渢here but for the grace of god鈥
 
Guantama Fuckin' Buddha! The homeless are not there to feed you're god complex. They're there because they're hungry and in need of food! And you expect people to worship you? Fuck you!
 
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What the fuck? That's actually horrendous.
 
 
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Imagine trying to make the homeless crisis in this country about yourself, Cosmo. Jesus fucking Christ.
 
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Kind of difficult when you don't include the article.
 
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I read the article. It's even worse than the headline.
 
 
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Giving to the homeless and needy doesn't count unless you're vlogging it. Everyone knows that.
 
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What a damn shame. Was considering doing that this Christmas - thought it鈥檇 be a right laugh.
 
 
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Well that's certainly a fast-track way to globally exposing yourself as a terrible person. Yikes.
 
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Husband to Julie Birchill. Friend of Toby Young. 馃ぎ
 
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