don't look if you don't want negative opinions

a PSA for all pals

shipping fictional characters is literally never ever worth threatening someone’s life over ever, so don’t. doing so is childish and unnecessarily hostile and makes you, your fandom, and other shippers who share your opinions look bad.

don’t contribute negatively to the media you want that you love want to succeed– it’s in your best interest and in the interests of everyone else, as well.

anonymous asked:

Look I really don't want to be a hater but it's blogs like this which are so negative about everything that ruin things. Sorry it's my opinion but surely you can see even a little where I'm coming from ... Why can't we try to keep things positive people have different opinions and ships that fine but to knock down other people's opinions is just wrong. What do you get out of spreading hate There are a number of characters in many a show that I truly can't stand but I don't run hate blogs

Look I really don’t want to be a hater but it’s blogs like this which are so negative about everything that ruin things.

Wrong. Try again. It’s people like YOU that ruin things when we just have a venting space about a ship/character(s) we can’t fucking stand. 

Why can’t we try to keep things positive people have different opinions and ships that fine but to knock down other people’s opinions is just wrong.

I don’t invade tags to ‘knock down’ any opinions. I don’t talk shit about real people. (Unlike the CSers in the fandom. Natch.) And I sure as hell don’t invade people’s inboxes. (Unlike you. Natch.) So you can bite me.

What do you get out of spreading hate

I get the satisfaction that my very existence of this blog annoys the CS fandom. It’s great. 

  There are a number of characters in many a show that I truly can’t stand but I don’t run hate blogs

I’m so fucking tired of annoying people like you pretending to be some kind of ‘peace keeper’ for the fandom. IT’S NOT HAPPENING. I don’t want to be friends with the CSers. At least not the one’s who treat the rest of us like shit. 

I don’t want to be nice about a ship that triggers me. 

I don’t want to be nice about a character who is fucking emotionally abusive towards his fiance. (Ugh.)

I’M DONE BEING NICE. And I’m not going to stop running this blog, just because you don’t like that I hate something that…. Well, let’s face it….. You probably love and think is the most best thing since…. Well, any other terribly written ship on television. 

Now…. Shoo out of this inbox and don’t return. 

anonymous asked:

Unfortunately for Colin I don't think this season will be successful at all. I mean look around, this fandom is dead. Last year it would be booming but it's dead now. It isn't Colin's fault either reboots are just never successful and no matter how much Adam and Eddy don't want to call it a reboot that is what it is. It also wouldn't surprise me if at the end of the season they wrap up Hook, Regina, and Rumple then put the focus on the newbies for S8. I think they're transitional characters.

You know, I just wrote a dissertation titled “Negative opinions and reality checks: why do people think others need or want them?” It’s with my editor now, perhaps I’ll share it at a later date… when I’ve had some sleep and I’m not cranky af.

anonymous asked:

(Diff anon) I can understand wanting to express why you may like an unpopular subject, but if you don't give a signal that says "this" is not welcomed, how is one supposed to know? (For me, I usually tend to look into why something may be unpopular or severely panned, so I can understand the subject better even I don't agree. If we're going around policing people for not being positive or negative enough about things, how can anyone respect your opinions or accept [constructive] criticism?)

Exactly. Hence why I mentioned how the hugbox and hive mind mentalities are no good.

Let’s use myself as an example, because I know how it feels to like unpopular characters. I like the Deadly Six. I think they’re entertaining, and some of the better non-Robotnik villains in the series. That said however, I’m fully aware that they have their flaws, and that they have their share of detractors due to said flaws.

Does that mean my own fondness for them is threatened or rendered invalid? No it doesn’t.

Does that mean I’m justified in banning all criticism of them wherever I could see it? No it doesn’t.

Does that mean I’m justified in painting those who express dislike for them as cackling baddies who actively desire to make their fans miserable for it’s own sake? No it doesn’t.

You can’t pride yourself on being accepting of different opinions when you try to police different opinions. This is reality. You’re going to come across differing viewpoints whether you like it or not. You just have to accept it and deal with it in a mature manner. Especially when it relates to video games of all things.