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    Quote Originally Posted by Poetry View Post
    - Anime is largely overrated and otakus/weaboos should be retained in an institution.
    - The Beatles are still and always will be the best goddamn band ever to exist.
    - A Link to the Past is a terrible game.
    - The music of Final Fantasy is brilliant but the gameplay is beyond awful.
    - People who refrain from using coasters should be put to death.
    Nothing against your music taste, ya know, like what you like and all that, but I just don't understand the appeal of The Beatles. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate everything they've done for music and I can dig a few songs, but overall, I find them pretty repetitive and boring.
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    I cannot comprehend those that think drinking alcohol and taking drugs is fun. I cannot comprehend people that sleep about and are "easy"
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    [QUOTE=Poetry;16427377- The Beatles are still and always will be the best goddamn band ever to exist.[/QUOTE]

    I'm not sure how much more mainstream and popular an opinion could get musically.
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    I have very strong opinions against western and consumer culture, as well as the world being optimized to the young and the media being optimized to extroverts. I am also a vegan, and I don't like "rock classics" other than Pink Floyd.

    I also believe that if you love something you should be able to criticize it with the motivation to improve it, an opinion that many in this forum did not seem to approve of

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    2nd post in here:

    I think the new Star Wars movies are more enjoyable than the old ones, and Jar Jar Binks isn't the worst movie character of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dethmetalchick View Post
    The fact that I don't like MLP seems to be a minority opinion on the internet....
    I'm actually pretty sure I've seen more of both talk about hatred and love towards that show than actual neutrality. Though I wouldn't be surprised if neither caring for nor detesting the show was the actual majority opinion, just the least expressed. Apathy tends not to be commonly expressed.

    I personally don't favour the show while at the same time have no grudge against them, keeping in mind people with similar hostility towards Pokémon fans. And possibly hold some slight appreciation for the existence of a fanbase that's harder not to viciously judge than Pokémon's. Pretty much, I share feelings with Golden Latias on this point:

    Quote Originally Posted by Golden_Latias View Post
    - I think the people who complain about genwunners are more annoying than the genwunners themselves. Same with Twilight. I don't like Twilight, but the amount of hate it gets is unnecessarily excessive.
    I don't really like the things which get loads of periphery hatedom, but I sometimes find them excessively vocal to the point of making me wonder why they don't just leave the things they dislike alone. Some say the fans of the works get on their nerves, but a lot of the times the anti-fans can be more annoying, especially because a few of them can come off as boasting their superiority based purely on hatred.

    Quote Originally Posted by pupintheturd View Post
    - i don't think obese people are disgusting, lazy lumps of fat that waste space. (definitely not mainstream)
    With you there too. Though that also seems to be one subject with a lot of people on either side. Probably because neither extremes of weight are healthy so some people decide to give backlash to one extreme, and some another. I do kind of feel uncommon being a thin person who doesn't condemn fat people (particularly being male, I think I've heard of more females being against any judging of figure, considering it shallow). Maybe this is due to having a relative lack of self control that would likely cause me to be overweight were I not naturally disposed to not be. Pretty much the experience of being lucky lets me figure that some people are just unlucky and don't instantly judge somebody fat as being lazy.

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    -Men shouldn't be looked down on for hitting a women
    I kind of agree on that one. Pretty much I think context of violence is more important than the gender involved. I'm kind of more an egalitarian than a feminist, so while I acknowledge that there are a lot of cases in which male-on-female violence is abuse, I don't see the harming of a female as a special kind of evil.

    Now here are a few of my not so popular opinions. By the looks of this thread, these may be more popular than I realize and I might just not be hearing much from the people that agree with me, but here goes:

    I do not believe that the suffering of wrongdoers is justice. I hear tons from people who state that certain people deserve to suffer horribly for the things they do to others and justice only can occur when they do, but I personally don't find that just because all that's doing is satisfying the vengeful desires of the victims and whomever sympathizes with them. Basically I see the idea of "Pay Evil Unto Evil" as the expression of the very human (and flawed) desire for revenge. I see the justice in, for example, fining someone being the giving who was stolen from money to make up for what they lost in the theft, not the retribution towards the thief by parting the thief with their money. Pretty much, I think justice means solving the problem caused by the wrongdoer in some way, not just giving the wrongdoer problems as well. It honestly kind of confuses me that people tell their children that "two wrongs don't make a right", yet then tell grown people "it's only just that this criminal hangs!".

    This outlook sometimes leads me to actually find it easier to sympathize with guilty sufferers than innocent ones. Maybe it's a matter of perspective; when somebody innocent is wronged, I hear people give condolences to the victim and spiteful wishes towards who performed the wrongdoing (or congratulating the wrongdoer's suffering if something bad happens to them). Essentially, I feel more need to pity whoever I don't see being given it, which is usually people who did something bad.

    In a similar note, I don't hold the belief that the stupid deserve to suffer. Particularly when their stupidity doesn't hurt anyone (short of maybe annoying people). And even if their stupidity does affect someone harmfully, I only believe they should be relieved of the responsibility they can't handle properly rather than be hurt/killed for it. Not being smart isn't really something anyone chooses (there are some people who could think but don't, I guess, but wouldn't it be better for those people to start thinking rather than hang themselves?). Really, I find taking pleasure in putting down people they don't think are smart to be quite petty. What kind of validation is there in being smarter than a simpleton that people would sometimes take such pride in it? Kind of like periphery haters, people who bash the less intelligent often come off as pompous and inflated because there are so many of them that it makes no sense to think of themselves as above it all. There are so many people who are clearly on the same page.

    To give a pokémon-related example of the above two things which is also contrary to most popular opinion, I don't share the hatred a lot of people have towards Ash for being "foolish" (which I'm not completely convinced he actually is), but I do dislike how quick he often is to command violence on Jessie and James.

    And as a final unpopular opinion, I don't believe it's right to put guilt on an entire group of people. I think guilt should be put on people who do bad things, not people who happen to have something in common with other people who do bad things. Sure the world hasn't gotten to a point where inequality doesn't exist anymore, but I only think work should be done to stop those who actually wield power oppressively rather than make sure everyone who shares something with them feels terrible for having something in common that isn't the oppression itself. I don't see the sense in white guilt or male guilt and the like. A racist judge should have remorse for sure, but I don't think anyone who happens to be white should feel bad for the slaves they didn't oppress because the people who did do it looked like them.

    But hey, maybe there are more people who share those thoughts than I think.
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    here's another sports one

    I'm a fan of Cleveland sports teams, but none of them has ever won a championship in my life time. In the case of the NBA team, they also didn't win one before I was born. The NFL team has only 2 playoff appearances and one win in my lifetime. The baseball team has made the playoffs seven times since I was born but no championships. They were two outs away from one in 1997, but Jose Mesa blew a save and the Marlins won in extra innings. We have yet to return to the World Series. This year, they are on the verge of a wild card berth.

    The NBA team had a good home-grown player for several years, but could not win a title. That led him to betray his hometown and join the Heat, who are now the two-time defending champs.

    Because of these teams' failure to win anything since 1964 (the year the Beatles came to America), I have come to be in favor of all of these teams leaving Cleveland to be "some other city's/cities' problem". Why bother staying in Cleveland when you can't win anything? That way, the sports teams no longer overshadow all that is good about Cleveland. Look at Las Vegas. They have no major league sports teams and yet they get millions of visitors each year. If Vegas is fine without sports, so can Cleveland. If we get rid of our major league sports teams, we could get more casinos in the Cleveland area besides that just one. We could be the Las Vegas of the Midwest one day.

    EDIT: I'll change my opinion on the baseball team if we win the World Series this year.
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    I don't hate the competitive metagame, and I don't like it either, I just think it's...
    Boring.
    Like an old packet of salt crackers.
    It satisfies your hunger, but not like the spaghetti.
    But everyone just keeps eating old salt crackers anyway, because they work.
    That's why I want to spice it up.
    ...It made sense in my head, it's a metaphor, OK?
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    I think prison should only be for violent offenders.

    I am queer and don't have a particular affinity for David Bowie, that's apparently breaking the rules of whatever in at least one persons eyes. (Aladin sane is a good album however)

    I think history classes in school should be replaced with an interdisciplinary social studies curriculum. And I am getting my MA in history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikachu Fan Number Nine View Post
    here's another sports one

    I'm a fan of Cleveland sports teams, but none of them has ever won a championship in my life time. In the case of the NBA team, they also didn't win one before I was born. The NFL team has only 2 playoff appearances and one win in my lifetime. The baseball team has made the playoffs seven times since I was born but no championships. They were two outs away from one in 1997, but Jose Mesa blew a save and the Marlins won in extra innings. We have yet to return to the World Series. This year, they are on the verge of a wild card berth.

    The NBA team had a good home-grown player for several years, but could not win a title. That led him to betray his hometown and join the Heat, who are now the two-time defending champs.

    Because of these teams' failure to win anything since 1964 (the year the Beatles came to America), I have come to be in favor of all of these teams leaving Cleveland to be "some other city's/cities' problem". Why bother staying in Cleveland when you can't win anything? That way, the sports teams no longer overshadow all that is good about Cleveland. Look at Las Vegas. They have no major league sports teams and yet they get millions of visitors each year. If Vegas is fine without sports, so can Cleveland. If we get rid of our major league sports teams, we could get more casinos in the Cleveland area besides that just one. We could be the Las Vegas of the Midwest one day.

    EDIT: I'll change my opinion on the baseball team if we win the World Series this year.
    What a great fan. Go be a Yankees, Heat, and Packers fan if you really care about your team winning. I'm a huge Cleveland sports fan. I love the Cavs, Indians, and Browns more than any other sports franchises in the country/world. I don't mean to be some arrogant prick, but don't go around considering yourself a fan of any team while saying you want them to go somewhere else and be someone else's problem. You should at least have the respect for the franchises by using their names.

    Don't come crawling back if the Indians win the World Series. They don't need fairweather fans. They have the Tribe.

    Lebron should not be looked down upon for wanting to further his athletic career. He tried his best with the Cavaliers and they only held him back. Now, he is playing with a group of talented players. I'm probably one of the only Cleveland fans to think this way, but he can do whatever the hell he wants with his career.

    P.S. Even if it wasn't Cleveland we were talking about here and it was some team/franchise/city that was irrelevant to me, I would say the same things. It applies with all sports and teams. No one is forcing you to be a fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Federation View Post
    Lol nobody liked/likes Avatar. It was a terrible, terrible movie and received awards for worst director, worst lead role and I think worst supporting role.
    I'm sorry, but that is not true. There will always be a group of people that like and dislike something, but as far as movies go, Avatar couldn't be farther from your opinion. Avatar is the highest grossing film in the world, making $2,782,275,172, beating out Titanic which held the record for 12 years. It was nominated for nine Academy Awards and won three for Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, and Best Visual Effects.

    Terrible movie? It was nominated for Best Picture and holds a B average on multiple professional critic websites.
    Worse director? James Cameron, who also directed Titanic, was nominated for best director.
    Worst lead role? Sam Worthington won Best Actor at the Saturn Awards, International Awards, and Empire Awards, among other awards and nominations.
    Worst supporting role? Zoe Saldana won Best Actress at the Empire Awards, Saturn Awards, among other awards and nominations.

    You are free to dislike the movie, director, and actors because that's your opinion, but you can't speak for the rest of the world.
    I'm really sorry to call you out like this, but I love Avatar so I just wanted to set things straight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pokemasta92 View Post
    Terrible movie? It was nominated for Best Picture and holds a B average on multiple professional critic websites.
    You know, to be fair, the "nobody liked Avatar" thing is a load of bull, but a bunch of critics saying they like something doesn't necessarily make it objectively good. Probably because there's no such thing as "objectively good" anyway.
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    I hated the look and feel of Generation V so much, I dropped out of this forum and cut myself out of my own Pokémon fandom. I thought it was the point of no return, that Gen V would represent anything and everything that the series was headed for: a dollop of uncreative crap. The Pokémon were terrible, the region was terrible, and the human characters were terrible (especially the Black and White 2 playable male character, ick). I just wasn't into it at all. The promise of Gen VI is what made me resurface, I had barely found out about it two weeks ago. So here I am again.

    Not a fan of the Pokémon anime after the Johto series. No offense to the die-hard fans of the show, but it just got stupid to me. My main issue? Surprisingly, the Peter Pan-like Satoshi. Started off as a spunky 10-year-old boy and ended up a squeaky voiced 8-year-old girl somehow (my perception).

    Not into competitive gaming whatsoever.

    I actually thought Avatar was a pretty cool film (against seeming popular opinion here) despite its storyline being a carbon-copy Alien version of Kevin Costner's Dances With Wolves, which happens to be my favorite film of all time.

    People who claim they hate universally loved things and everything aside from "things that are different from mainstream". I don't know, the behavior seems a bit hipster-like.

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    - People who get offended on other people's (see homosexuals) behalf over the use of the term "******" are themselves perfect encapsulates of the word.
    - Generally, if someone gets offended on behalf of someone/something they're not, they're posturing
    - The Minimum wage is not a good thing
    - Abortion is not primarily a woman's rights issue
    - The gender wage gap is a myth with regards to people being paid the same for the "same jobs"
    - Most self-professed open minded people are infinitely less tolerant than those they decry as being so
    - Western society is not a patriarchy, claiming such is borderline delusional
    - Teachers are overpaid
    - Gay marriage is not an important issue. Those who claim otherwise are primarily doing to look open-minded
    - Fascism is not a right-wing ideology
    - Those who try to limit freedom of expression/speech/to our bodies are my bete noir
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    Quote Originally Posted by IAintObeezy View Post
    What does that even mean?
    North America (Canada and the US) and South America (Brazil and Mexico) are actually both continents. The United States is just a formation of provinces that make it a country. Technically, America is a continent while the America everyone refers to is the USA, a country in that continent.

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    Adding a couple more I remembered.

    - A few brought up The Beatles, and I agree, I don't see what's so appealing about them. I'm sure they were amazing back in the day, and their style is distinctive, but I just don't get it. I even tried to watch Yellow Submarine, and that made me not like them very much. Seriously, the hell was that movie about, and why did it have to be on an acid trip the whole time?

    - And speaking of more music popularity, I don't really like Michael Jackson's songs. It's not because of his life (though his life was really, really... yeah o_O...), they just never clicked with me. I don't doubt his role in pop music history, and he had a great singing voice, but his songs just aren't for me. I actually prefer Weird Al's parodies of his songs more, with my favorite being "Fat". The music video helped loads.

    - I actually like The Lion King 1 1/2. I understand why people don't like it, but I love it.

    - Due to how I can be biased at times and judge silently, I don't ever want to know about a person's sexual orientation, not even my friends. I want to judge that person on their personality, because that's what draws me to people more--how they act, and if they're likeable. Same goes for political opinions, even though I will occasionally dabble in debates from time to time when I feel I have to say something.
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    On the internet I often go mainstream because its so infested by people trying to go against the mold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychic View Post
    • I am a feminist and I am not cool with sexist bs. Come at me - so we can have an open discourse about it! :>
    Alright, I'll challenge you.

    The truth is, feminism is the idea that we can apparently make both sexes equal by focusing solely on the issues of one of them. It is also the idea that women have the right to treat men like garbage whenever they want, because women should be "strong", "assertive", and "liberated".

    I'll go further if you wish to elaborate on your views.




    - I think people who hack in video games, people who break rules on purpose and minges (If you play Garry's Mod) are the funniest people I've ever seen, unlike most who tend to frown upon them simply because of what they did. I always want to know why someone got banned, but I most likely will never know why. Just seeing this always cracks me up.

    - In addition, I can understand why people hack in video games: because games that are worth hacking (e.g Counter-Strike) are so full of MLG pr0s that they can't possibly develop the skill needed to defeat them.
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    Going off of what someone else said, I believe (Or know? I can't tell.) that being open-minded is not simply accepting anything and everything (Who does that?) it is simply considering anything and everything, and rejecting nothing until this consideration.

    Think of it as a glass box, with doors on both sides.
    The doors are open, and an idea floats in through.
    A little monkey inside the box considers it, and if the monkey deems it acceptable, the idea stays.
    If it is deemed unacceptable, it is shoved out the other door to develop and be reconsidered at a later date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Blockhead View Post
    North America (Canada and the US) and South America (Brazil and Mexico) are actually both continents. The United States is just a formation of provinces that make it a country. Technically, America is a continent while the America everyone refers to is the USA, a country in that continent.
    Mexico is part of North America, not South America. And the US is a formation of states, not provinces.

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    - I think moe shows with no drive or plot like K-on! and Lucky Star are absolutely awful.
    - KyoAni, while having absolutely beautiful animation, are extremely overhyped.
    - I think the Big 3 are extremely entertaining and Bleach is the best of them.
    - Generation IV is fantastic and the best generation of Pokemon yet.
    - Final Fantasy 9 is the best of them and Final Fantasy 6 has become even more overhyped than 7.
    - Battlefield is just as bland and boring as COD.
    - The prequel Star Wars movies were great.

    Someone mentioned that they think The Beatles are the greatest band ever and like someone said, that's a pretty mainstream opinion. With that, I respect everything The Beatles have done for music but I'll never understand why people like them so much, same goes with Rush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Admiral View Post
    You know, to be fair, the "nobody liked Avatar" thing is a load of bull, but a bunch of critics saying they like something doesn't necessarily make it objectively good. Probably because there's no such thing as "objectively good" anyway.
    I hear what you're saying and you're right, but what I forgot to mention was that those sites also feature hundreds of fan reviews, most of them positive.

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Blockhead View Post
    North America (Canada and the US) and South America (Brazil and Mexico) are actually both continents. The United States is just a formation of provinces that make it a country. Technically, America is a continent while the America everyone refers to is the USA, a country in that continent.
    1. North America is made up of Canada, United States, AND Mexico.
    2. South America is made up of many different countries, not just Brazil.
    3. The different parts of the United States are referred to as states, not provinces.
    4. A country is defined as a nation with its own government, occupying a particular territory. It doesn't need to have states to make it one.
    5. North America and South America are continents, but America is not. Sometimes people refer to them both as the Americas.
    6. You are correct about the United States being a country within a continent and that it is referred to as America.
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    Pretty sure the Federation dude was talking about the Last Airbender movie.

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    - I dislike certain aspects as well as certain Pokémon of every single Pokémon game and generation. No this doesn't make me a genwunner, it makes me smart enough to form opinions on something that interests me. You don't have to like every single thing about something to be a true fan of it.

    - I couldn't enjoy the Mass Effect series simply because it wasn't Star Wars like KOTOR was. I like other RPG games, but if it's a space themed one it has to be in the Star Wars universe or I won't play it.

    - I love cheating in video games, single player only of course. I find most games more enjoyable (such as the GTA series) with cheats and the challenge isn't a main factor for a fun game for me. Gameplay and plot are very important to me, which is why if I play a GTA game with unlimited everything from cheating it's actually more enjoyable for me because I can do more during gameplay and the plot goes the way I want it to because I'm unstoppable. Although there are certain games, such as survival horror games, that are best played without cheats. I have this weird thing where I hope that certain games that are better without aren't given cheat codes because if they are I have to use them! Even though that game might become very boring using cheats, if I'm playing it without and know that I have the option too I can't stand it. It's a viscous cycle.

    - I listen to alternative, rock, and even some Christian rock, yet at the same time enjoy electronic, hip-hop, and rap. People tend to like one or the other, but I enjoy them all.

    - Even though I don't like certain genres of music such as country, I'm smart enough to realize that there is an audience for every single kind and that there are very talented musicians from each one. I might not enjoy at all listening to a certain country song, but I understand that the artist is a great singer and has lots of talent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ampy View Post
    Pretty sure the Federation dude was talking about the Last Airbender movie.
    Well "The Federation" was responding to this quote by "Vikings": "I dislike several highly thought of films. Such as The Avengers and Avatar."
    The Last Airbender wasn't highly thought of, at least not like The Avengers, which he included in the same category as being highly thought of. That's why I assume he's referring to Avatar, which is the actual name of the movie...but I could be wrong.
    Last edited by Kreis; 26th September 2013 at 9:55 PM.
    I don't use "uber" Pokémon, I don't calculate stat values, I don't use cheating devices, I don't breed my way to perfection, and I don't care about natures. I catch my Pokemon the way they are, and treat them like individuals instead of brainless drones. If you use this philosophy, copy & paste this into your signature.

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