so I've seen many posts about Doctor Who, Full Metal Alchemist or Harry Potter. In many of these there were listed tragic moments, like the Doctor losing his companions, the chimera or the brother dieing. What I was wondering, are you really so bothered by these moments? I don't mean to insult anybody, but it just confuses me.
I understand that if you lose somebody in your life it's horrible, but they are fictional characters, nothing more.
For example, I can understand that if you were a really great fan of Heath Ledger you miss him. He was a great actor. If he was still alive today we would've seen a lot of great movies from him. Probably several films with the joker or other great films where he can show his good acting.
But on the other hand, Harry Potter. Let's say Fred survived, in what way would it have affected the storyline? He would just get a few more lines in the book/movie. That's it. The only reason why so many people adore him is because he died, but he isn't even real. He is just a fictional character, no matter if he survived or not, when the book ends he is gone, his story has ended, so why are so many people still clinging so much to it?
Whenever I see a post with with a dog and a girl, or a brother dieing, the only thing I'm questioning is how many posts this time will be how your feelings got hurt.
It's not like I don't give a ****, when I saw the ending of the last of us I was destroyed for several days. Why did he do this, how could this happen. But after less than a week I stopped caring about it, because I know that it's not real and I don't think it's worth the time to question it anymorel
So I'd be glad if someone would tell me if it's just the bandwagon where you make these overrated feel posts or why so many people are clinging to these stories.