Honestly? Jin and Jimin are /adults/. They’re not catty teenage girls going behind each others backs and insulting each other, this was a part of a /game/, where the point is to roast someone basically.
Obviously, no one is trying to say that the statement that Jin made was okay or not uncalled for in any way (it personally made me cringe, and yeah, I’d rather it not have been said). But to criticize those kinds of statements means you should criticize them when they’re being used against anyone, including the /countless/ times they were used against other members i.e. Jin.
Going back to the adult thing, Jin and Jimin work and live together, and have for almost 5+ years. All of the boys are very close, and if there is an issue, I am sure at this point they are mature enough to address it with one another and talk it out.
yknow i respect the batim fandom bc i havent once seen any reposts of art, art being used without it not being credited, and how everyone is friendly with one another’s headcanons. no fights had broke out between if bendy has a neck or not and a tail or not, all of those au writers have been respected greatly, and themeatly is just a genuinely great guy, especially since he includes fan’s work in his game (and credits the sources), and gives us the opportunity to be involved. like damn. BATIM is a great game and fandom and I hope no one ruins that. And there’s more in the tags on why I love this fandom.
Sharing this for those who may have read the script and are wondering about its legitimacy.
The script from Dale Pike is written by Dale. In addition to Dale having said that they had written it, the end scene is different from the style which is used by the BBC Writers.
Each BBC Writer has their own unique way of ending a scene. It is kind of like a signature in a way. Just a little unique touch. The following are screenshots from the scripts released by BBC.
Steven Moffat: End Titles
Steve Thompson: Black Out, End of Episode #
Mark Gatiss: End
Dale Pike: Fade Out., End of episode.
The end scene does not match the end style of the other BBC writers.
The scripts released by BBC were released after Dale had written their script and they did not go back and edit their script to make it match that of the BBC writers. That said, Dale went through a lot of trouble to produce this script and make it look like it was real, but it was indeed writen by them.
They are a good writer, and I am disappointed to see that skill having been used in this way. The script could have been released on AO3 as a fanfic and people could have enjoyed it without it being implied and posted as something it is not. I am glad Dale came out in the end as it indeed being written by them, but I think it is important to show proof as well for those who may still be questioning it so am sharing this.
Also for those who may be on the fringes; @loudest-subtext-in-tv and @ivyblossom are both extremely well known Sherlock
fans. Loudest is a meta writer, and Ivy is an exceedingly skilled fan
writer. Dale Pike had gone onto twitter and then proceeded to create two
Twitter accounts that pretend to be Loudest and Ivy. The
twitters were “loudestTubSext” and “IvyBlosom”. They then linked to the real Loudest’ old defunct tumblr and claimed to own it. They do not. The real loudest lost her old tumblr name some time ago and that is why the end of their name is now “TV”. Every now and again posts under the “television” name will cycle through tumblr. It belongs to TV, not Dale.
so it was brought to my attention a post by @phanickingphantrash that dan and phil have changed the title of every tatinof-related video other than the actual youtube red movies, their trailers, and the dapgoose event, to include “(Bonus)”. and my demon phannie ass has been thinking.
arin hanson said “’therapy’ isnt a bad word’ and i posted that here and people have reblogged it with ‘#important’ and ‘thank you arin’ and with ‘im starting therapy soon’ and i’d just like to formally thank arin hanson for being such a genuinely good and wholesome person.