I think most of us are already aware of what happened to Japan, right? And it's really devastating that a lot of people on Tumblr, especially teenagers, are cashing in on the events by making dumb ~*WoRdArTs*~
I'm not saying that all those who made ~*WoRdArTS*~ about the said events just want attention, fame, notes and followers. But it's obvious to some kids. It's obvious that they just want to have a lot of followers and notes. You'll see that when you look at their word arts. I don't really know how to explain this but...You'll really feel the sincerity in some text posts and word arts. But with the others, none. It's as if they just go with the flow and make word arts just because what happened to Japan is the popular topic on Tumblr.
What made me languish are the "Reblog this and I'll donate" text posts. Dude, why do we have to reblog your text post for you to donate to Japan? If you're really sincere about donating money, you won't wait for people to reblog your post. You'll donate money even if people won't give a damn on what you'll do. And for the so-called "organizations" I found on Tumblr who have text posts saying that, "For every reblog this gets, we will donate *insert amount of money here*" Bitch, please. Again, if you guys are really sincere, you won't make people do things to promote you just for you guys to donate. And is there really a program or something that would raise the fund of an organization just by reblogging? IDTS. You don't have to know if people would give a damn if you donate money. If you really want to donate, you'll donate without being promoted or whatever.
As for me, I'd rather sign petitions or donate money to organizations like Global Living, Red Cross, International Medical Corps, etcetera. Because I know these organizations are legal. For my readers who want to help and donate, click this.