*buys those Street Shark DVDs*
*no fucking shame*
*is gonna educate your asses when they come*
*right after I cry over how shitty bad the show is*
You know, you always cry MCU AND 616 ARE DIFFERENT! =P So what makes you think Tonys gonna be the adamant ringleader in shooting him out into space in MCU? But please yiss to Skaar, yiss. BUT PLANET HULK IS VERY BRUCE LACKING DO NOT WANT.
A very valid point Luna. We just have to wait and see.
AND SKAAR YES
Maybe we’ll see more of Bruce in this adaption!
AN ENTIRE MOVIE DEDICATED TO ALIENS.
CAN YOU IMAGINE HOW AMAZING THAT WILL BE IF GotG DOES WELL??
I MEAN IT’S FUCKING RISKY HAVING NOTHING BUT ALIENS (because Star Lord’s at least human we can identify with BUT ALIENS EVERYWHERE ELSE) IN A FRANCHISE WITH ONLY ONE RECOGNIZABLE CHARACTER (who is all green and fits right in).
Which means I want it more.
=[ But possibly means no acknowledging Betty?
In the inevitable case of one (1) friend/acquaintance/bestie/internet chum asking for “halp” due to an emotional overload of “feels,” I do reserve the right to be as dickish as possible and make it much worse.
you know what really annoys me
when famous youtubers/tumblr users/celebrities etc are in a relationship with someone
and the fan base says they ‘dont like that ship’ or ‘they dont ship it’
its like HOLY SHIT STOP YOU FUCKING FREAKS
THAT IS A REAL RELATIONSHIP
THIS IS NOT A JOKE, THIS IS NOT A CARTOON OR A COMIC OR A TV SHOW
THIS IS SOMEONES REAL LIFE RELATIONSHIP WHO THEY HAVE REAL FEELINGS WITH
YOU CAN’T SAY YOU DONT LIKE THAT SHIP BECAUSE’S YOU CAN’T
I kind of feel this way when people flat out deny what the canon ship is. It’s like, “Yeah, I don’t care if you prefer person A with person B, you can’t deny that canonically person A is with person C.” I feel like by denying this sort of thing, you’re denying part of the story, and I think that’s kind of insulting to the original creator. Shipping is just something people do for fun, don’t try to ruin people’s lives or stories because of it.
Now that’s not a line of reasoning I’m personally for, believing that it’s insulting to a creator to flat-out deny something, because then it’s taken to elitist extremes within fandom and it has nothing to do with denial or preference. It’s happened before, fans taking up the spears to skew anyone who doesn’t pair A with B, C with D, etc, and it was a very ugly affair, especially when the fandom itself was very small. You could say, “I acknowledge the creator wanted this, but I /like/ this,” and it wouldn’t matter an iota. You were still attacked mercilessly by the elitists. So yeah, to deny actual canon might be really shitty, but I wouldn’t push that creator card. That’s way too militant-standing.
As for the original OP, what are you even ranting about?
Is it over people applying the word ‘ship’ to real people or that people do not like when their celebs get involved with another person romantically?
Would you have ranted over this if people went, “I tots ship them together” or “They’re my OTP~” and being pretty damn positive over the relationship?
Think about it, what’s the literal difference between saying, “I don’t ship them” and “I don’t like that they’re together?” To say people can’t see the fucking difference between real life relationships and fictional ones because of a word choice is insulting and not liking when a celebrity hooks up with someone (in general or just with that person) is NOTHING NEW AT ALL.
I guarantee it’s been happening for longer than you’ve been alive. As if people cared about the feelings of celebrities-of-any-creed when they expressed dislike over them or their choices. People are free to perceive celebs as not-real people (thank you, mainstream media, for teaching us that the personal life of stars should be entirely open to the public *sarcasm*) and be as inconsiderate as they want, word choice be damned.
“Ew, I hate that A hooked up with B,” VS “Ew, I really don’t ship A with B.”
If you haven’t noticed, words /evolve/. Equating the term ‘ship’ to simply the fictional is to deny that it will eventually reach common mainstream usage, because unless something really strikes down the definition for real life use (because at its bare basics, ‘to ship’ means ‘to support’), LOOK AT THIS GENERATION and what has been already entered into the Oxford dictionary due to the internet. We’re gonna be stuck with it someday.
☆ #50 shades of wtfery ☆ #Jared Padalecki ☆ #and sometimes actors should take on roles to break themselves out of a stereotype ☆ #but no Jared pls don't do it ☆ #because ☆ #it would probably mean something bad happens to you on SPN ☆ #DO NOT FURTHER SCAR BABY TOMMOOSE'S FUTURE