Reasons Why Different Opinions SuckLast year I made a list called Worst Things About Opinions, which people didn't agree with. I decided to do a more specific one this time, in sharp contrast to my current username. So here it is: the reasons why I hate different opinions.
The Top Ten
I was just fine with liking Frozen and other hated things until people started bashing them. Meanwhile, I was ALSO just fine with hating stuff like Gravity Falls until I realized that people DO like them. And thus I wonder, why DO people like Gravity Falls and hate Frozen? Although there are still people who like both, or even hate both, but it doesn't make sense to like Gravity Falls if you like Frozen because they aren't even alike.
Like for example, I was the first to add shows like Gravity Falls and Avatar: The Last Airbender to lists like Worst T.V. Shows of All Time or Top 10 Terrible T.V. Shows That a Lot of People Like for Some Reason (I made the later on my old account). Then I was ALSO the one to add stuff like Liv and Maddie to lists like Top 10 T.V. Shows to Watch When You're Feeling Sad. Not only that, but it was ME who flooded the comments about Liv and Maddie on Best T.V. Shows with almost ALL the positive comments. They were all copied from other comments (like comments about Sanjay and Craig on Worst T.V. Shows of All Time or movies like The Fox and the Hound, Tangled, The Aristocats, and Big Hero 6 on lists like Best Disney Movies and Top Ten Animated Movies of All Time). In particular, one comment calling it the best show ever was SPECIFICALLY copied from the most popular comment about Sanjay and Craig on Worst T.V. Shows of All Time. I changed a lot of things to make it fit, which is why I lied ...more
I already admitted my most disturbing secret fetish on Best Fetishes. Anyone who saw it and WASN'T disturbed by it? And then RockFashionista has an arguably even worse secret: she admires Adolf Hitler! But she hasn't told me why. I've come to the conclusion that it has something to do with her love for dark and evil things. Which is ANOTHER example of why different opinions are annoying and disturbing: because she loves things like Gravity Falls for the very same reason, which is why I HATE things like Gravity Falls.
Like for example, TheRandom follows the stereotypical belief that girly things are awful, which is a stereotype found in boys and tomboys. Then there's the people who believe that ALL the worst Disney movies are the underrated ones like Gordy and Oliver & Company. There was even a visitor who commented on Oliver & Company saying it belongs in the Top 5 Worst Disney Movies because it's low rating (44%) at Rotten Tomatoes. And don't even get me started on Frozen haters. They ALWAYS hate it for being overrated, following the stereotype that overrated things are awful. Honestly, I could give you an entire novel on stereotypical opinions, and even I have some of them. Like I believe most of the Worst SpongeBob SquarePants Episodes to be the ones that came after The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie. Yet the stereotype breakers will tell you that the worst episodes are ones like Band Geeks and Chocolate with Nuts while One Coarse Meal, The Splinter, and A Pal for Gary are the best. Remember that ...more
Same as what I said about They can be stereotypical. What's weird is that recently, Liv and Maddie FINALLY made an episode that was about breaking a stereotype, and the stereotype Liv decided to break was that girls only like girly things. Hell, if I followed this trend, I would ALSO hate Liv and Maddie for being girly, and same with movies like Frozen and Brave. Meanwhile I'd care about stuff like Star Wars, which I've never actually seen.
Like for example, a 22-year old male (me) who likes Teletubbies! And said 22-year old male cares more about The Fox and the Hound than The Shawshank Redemption, and Charlotte's Web (1973 film) more than Forrest Gump. Let that sink in.
Such as all the people who hate Liv and Maddie JUST BECAUSE I LIKE IT! Either that or they like Gravity Falls JUST BECAUSE I HATE IT!
Like for example, one time my brother Ryan told me that the National Treasure sequel (National Treasure: Book of Secrets) was one of the worst sequels ever, and I thought he was joking because of how much mom liked it (to be fair she loves the first one). Then I found out he was telling the truth, and that it WAS a hated sequel. Now I'm questioning mom's sanity over her belief that both movies (especially the first one) were wonderful or otherwise really good, when other people HATED them.