My name is AHR, and you will never learn what that stands for. I live my life in an abusive relationship with the works of Joss Whedon. I am a fan of writing, drawing, and weeping at my lack of owning a drawing tablet. I enjoy LARPing, and am currently a member of the LARP club at my college. I like to reblog and post things that I have opinions about, because that is what you do with opinions. Things I am a fan of: The Legend of Korra, Harry Potter, One Piece, Pokemon, Once Upon a Time, Arrested Development, Archer, Buffy, Angel, That Guy With the Glasses, and Hetalia. I also have a penchant for reading bad webcomics to the point where I become visibly angry. I don't know why this is. A part of me is powerless to stop it. I like Owls.
I love it when anons try to fight each other through another person’s blog. It’s like two ghosts getting mad at each other and using a living person to voice their opinions because they no longer have physical forms
Something I’ve noticed about epic fantasy stuff is how prejudice is handled.
Namely how real world homophobia and real world sexism will usually be transferred over. Maybe not overtly, and not with the real world slurs or the real world rhetoric, but it will be there.
BUT real world racism never is. If there are different species there will be fantastical racism but never the direct translation that other (mainstream) prejudices can get.
I have no idea why this is.
I kind of wonder how much of this is caused by a lot of fantasy pushing non-white people or non-europe-themed cultures to the side, though. :p
Hm, that could be a thing.
have you ever known somebody so shitty they completely ruin that first name for you?
How fucked up is the entire concept of The Parent Trap? These parents have twins but want a divorce so they decide their best course of action is to just each take one and never speak to each other again.
rumetzen ha respondido a tu publicación:Seriously, there’s nothing that gives me more life…but muh mary sue
I still genuinely fail to understand how Bruce Wayne could ever be categorized as a mary sue, considering his entire life and story is a fucking tragedy.
Tragedy’s a Mary Sue trait, but only if the written world states shows that none of the established cast has tragedy of that scale. Tragedy is only a Mary Sue trait when it interferes with the set tone.
Like the whole concept of a Mary Sue is just so complicated and muddled and built up amongst superficial things that I’m convinced that nobody should be allowed to use the term.
I will argue the term “mary sue” really works best at amateur hour. In other words, for people who don’t understand how to write characters yet. Once you even have the most basic understanding, the word quickly becomes meaningless, but it does have importance amongst younger writers, or so I’ve seen.
I found an unopened pack of Batman silly bands so I opened them and I caN’T STOP LAUGHING BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE HE’S DANCING
slide to the right
slide to the left
take it back now y’all
CHA CHA REAL SMOOTH
Oh I really liked that one. But then I’m the person who was Buddhist for three years? And I really like the Mankanshokus…I could see why people might find it obnoxious though.
My main issue is that they lived with unhealthy food and dangerous living conditions, and it wasn’t by choice. I understand the whole materialism corrupts thing, but it really just seemed like a case of not allowing any thing to change or anything to get better.
What happened in 7 again? I can’t recall…I just know that once we got past episode 3 I was finally happy with it. I fucking hated it up until that point. I just wish it kind of did more withthings…
It was the episode they got rich and turned into assholes. I really hated it.
Do you ever get scared about your friend called Chris because Marvel might kidnap them and turn them into a superhunk for their movies?
Watching Kill la Kill. It’s all right, I’m enjoying it more than I thought I would. Blah blah, really creepy sexist stuff, blah blah blah, really weird.
Oh and episode 7 was the worst thing ever.