Anonymous asked: I’m looking for a list with things people can fight or argument about, like “fight topics”, I’ve searched google but can’t find anything, can you help? Also, do you have any advise how to write verbal fights and argumentations? Thanks in advance, really like your blog btw :)
The truth of the matter is, people can fight about anything. It really depends on who they are, their relation to one another, and what’s at stake. Here are some possibilities based on relationship:
Behavior/attitude Money Living arrangements
Relationship status Job Politics Religion Racial or LGBTQ+ issues Visits Holiday arrangements Personal choices Current events
Behavior Theft or mistreatment of belongings Not sharing Encroaching on personal space
Jealousy Maintenance of shared spaces
Adult Siblings: Holiday arrangements Parental matters Behavior
Politics Religion Personal choices Relationships Racial or LGBTQ+ issues Pop-culture/trend issues Money Current events
Other friends Jealousy Politics Religion Current Events Money Personal choices Behavior Racial or LGBTQ+ issues Pop-culture/trend issues Lying
Couples (Including Married):
Money/Finances Jobs/Careers Housework Children Vacations Spending time with friends Jealousy Unfaithfulness Politics Religion Current events Personal choices Behavior Sex Appearance Lying
Loud music/parties Not keeping up yard/home Offensive or unpleasant decor Unruly children or pets Disobeying neighborhood or city rules Driveway or mailbox blocked by their vehicle Dangerous or unruly behavior Property damage Trespassing Theft
Incomplete or poorly done work Dishonesty Jealousy Offensive of annoying behavior Encroaching on personal space Not maintaining shared area Religion Politics Pop-Culture Money Taken or broken belongings Showing up late Skipping important meeting
Bad driving Property damage Dissatisfaction with service Disagreement with open political/religious stance Offensive/annoying/unruly behavior Trespassing Theft
Again, these are just a few ideas. People can argue about just about anything you can imagine. :)
- why do people keep jumping off buildings
-I can so text and fly
- why does Lena keep doing that, it’s gonna explode
-on Wednesdays we wear pink
-maybe I should call wonderwoman
-can you please stop wasting bullets
- does no one realize Guns don’t work on me
-should I get an Instagram
-flying while drunk is dangerous
- can I get a sidekick
- no guardian is not my sidekick although he should be
- fluffy the snake we meet again
- stop getting snakes stuck in trees
- ITS A PUPPY
-ITS A KITTY
- evil puppy
-ma’m you can stop screaming now
- why do people keep asking me on dates after jumping off buildings
My favorite thing about people is that they do a bias google search specifically worded in a way so that they’ll mostly get results supporting their opinions, and then they dump this new found knowledge like “sure you’ve done real ample research that took hours but hey sweetie google page 37 says I’m right ;)”
Could you explain the problem with SuperWoman's new backdrop? I'm not a fan of hers just I don't understand the issue and would like to know your view point. To me it seems like she's not using it for profit or claiming ownership.
so there’s this thing on the internet where creators post content and that content can then end up on any number of sites, searches, whatever. pretty frequently people see images (especially things they find on google or shared without a source) and assume that it’s free to take/share/etc. while the intent isn’t harmful, it has a lot of negative effects on the artistic community.
each time an image is shared without the source, it’s another step of removal from the original creator, which then makes it harder for new people to find the creator to follow their work and potentially help them make a living (through store purchases, ad revenue, etc). it also decreases the artist’s control over their own work and can actually work to devalue their brand (either by the image quality being reduced or people assuming the image is free to use and printing it on print on demand sites for personal use, which then gives the PoD company a profit, there are more examples but i’m tired).
i’ve actually seen artist friends tell people they drew something and had those people not believe them because the image was so widely circulated. sure it’s great the picture is popular, but at that point it’s not benefiting the creator, which sort of defeats the purpose of making it.
personally, i don’t like it when my art is used without my knowledge or permission. i created it but i have so little control over how it’s being shown. a while back buzzfeed even had an article featuring one of the panels of that comment… from someone else’s super low quality instagram post (it’s since been removed, thankfully).
I had a lot of fun with this video. :) I like watching Jack play google feud and seeing his reactions to some of the answers for the questions this game gives him. Plus some of the answers to the questions on this game are so weird and don’t make any sense. The things people will search on google I swear! xD