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|#40 - Used to work part time in a 7-eleven, and I really feel like e…||04/14/2014 on Scumbag Customers||0|
|#139 - The whole point of the backstory is to build up to the climax.… [+] (1 new reply)||04/14/2014 on choose Mrs. Lady||+3|
|#128 - **** you, ******* . The episode just … [+] (6 new replies)||04/14/2014 on choose Mrs. Lady||0|
#132 - dehnoobshow (04/14/2014) [-]
Oh, now you know what happens in the few last minutes of the episode, now the whole important quest and backstory to the whole thing is irrelevant because a character died.
Just like with Halo 4. Spoilers everywhere telling us about Cortana pepsi, but it feels like I'm the only one who wanted to play it even more since I didn't know WHY she pepsi.
Unless I'm an oblivious cunt and didn't notice this was a thing, there's no reason to watch or play something if you know only one scene. And if you watch/play each one just to know who dies, you need a better hobby.
#153 - thekillerwalrus (04/14/2014) [-]
I agree with you, but I think it depends on the person. There are people who like to find out what happens by themselves and who get upset (which is understandable) when someone ruins it. And there are people (like me) who after reading a spoiler, becomes more interested in the series.
#139 - ebperik (04/14/2014) [-]
The whole point of the backstory is to build up to the climax. When you already know what's gonna happen, there is really no point to the backstory, and the climax becomes anticlimactic. Without a climax, the whole thing is just a bunch of semi-interesting jibber jabber.
|#34 - Ain't gonna happen, son||04/11/2014 on Colin Mochrie: Pun Master||0|
|#12 - I like to think that it's sparkly piss||04/10/2014 on Mini cannon destroys beer||0|
|#206 - Well, of course. After all it is customary||04/05/2014 on Bully||0|
|#59 - Reality is getting disturbingly close to fanfiction||04/05/2014 on Bully||0|
|#57 - It might be brutal, but if you're not able to see that doing s… [+] (1 new reply)||04/05/2014 on Bully||0|
|#36 - I remember back in High School there was an overweight guy in … [+] (7 new replies)||04/05/2014 on Bully||+3|
#47 - rainyeyes (04/05/2014) [-]
That's called mob mentality. If he can't beat them, join them. If he does this, they might stop bullying him at the expense of your friendship so that he can get ahead socially. Highschool is a fucking brutal place dude. No regrets graduating, 0/10 would not return any time soon.
#57 - ebperik (04/05/2014) [-]
It might be brutal, but if you're not able to see that doing stuff like that makes you worse than the bullies, because you've been through it, you're an idiot and a jackass.
Prospering at the expense of others is not okay
If you want to know more back story read this (I don't want to bother everyone with my story): I moved to the school during the second year of High School. I later learned that he had acted like an ass the whole first year, and had done stuff like that on a whim
|#56 - Allison Brie for president||04/04/2014 on Cap Looks Good||+1|