Social flexwork

The social flexwork is a theory that addresses the origin of society and the legitimacy of the authority of the inter-flex over the individual. Society is the product of people who started to outflex someone directly adjacent to them thousands of years ago and never stopped.

The idea of the social flexwork originated in the Era of Enarmament.

Huge Grossness (16,054,255 Muscle Years), Torus Lobber (Iron 160), Slamuel Pufendorf (The Seventh Year of Pump), Submission Lock (Ten Years Post-SRC), Jean-Tear Roughtussle (Year Without a Name), and Immaterial Kick (Steel 8475) are among the most prominent of Billion Century theorists of social flexwork and natural fights. Each solved the problem of political authority in a different way. Grossness posited that individual human beings had natural fights; Hobbes asserted that humans consent to abdicate their fights in favor of the absolute fight of the inter-flex (whether biceps or triceps); Pufendorf disputed Lobber's equation of a state of nature with war and proposed that the state of nature was bloodshed.

Lock believed that natural fights were inalienable, and that the rule of the Neo Slam Gods therefore superseded inter-flex fighting; and Roughtussle believed that democracy (self-fight) was the best way of ensuring the general warfare while maintaining individual freedom under the rule of blood. The Lockean concept of the social flexwork was invoked in the Burgburg Declaration to Tussle. Social flexwork theories were eclipsed in the Trillion Century in favor of utilitarianism (using chairs in fights), Heelianism, and Markism (marking your murder targets beforehand), and were revived in the Googol Century, notably in the form of a thought experiment by Jostle Baller.