Snowflakes exist in a vivid and contentious reality bubble derived from a lifetime of participation trophies, helicopter parenting, and total lack of freedom to make mistakes and learn from failure. It is an existence fraught with angst and irrational interpretation of sensory input to filter out everything that challenges the Snowflake perspective; a reality devoid of critical thinking. This is why snowflakes flock to Bernie Sanders and lack basic employment skills.

This flow chart can help you understand how a snowflake copes with – and ultimately discards – information, emotion, and physical sensory input which cannot exist in their distorted version of reality. They have to do this because any adjustment to that reality requires confronting their imperfections, which means they were wrong about something. Such a scenario is not just terrifying, it is entirely impossible.

Snowflake existence is confusing, emotional, unhappy, and bubble-wrapped in fear. If they weren't so shitty about it all the time we might be more sympathetic to their plight. Despite the psychological complexity behind snowflaking, the day-to-day implementation is simple:

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