- Jan 2, 2014
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I honestly believe Geralt of Riviea is a rip off of Elric of Melnibone.
King has a massive body of written work compared to almost anyone really, definitely TolkienBoth J.R.R. Tolkien and Stephen King are lousy writers.
To be fair not much.I usually don't directly respond to other people's posts in the Unpopular Opinions Thread, because disagreeing with an opinion in this thread and saying so is just so meta but.......
King has a massive body of written work compared to almost anyone really, definitely Tolkien
What King have you read to arrive at this conclusion? Just out of interest.
I remember making this point elsewhere years ago. It's to no longer view them as different, but to just accept them as part of society. I also remember one or two people getting annoyed at me because of it. xDThe point of cultural and minority representation is to normalize people who are "different".
I know it's from months ago, but as an addendum? I share pictures of food I actually cooked myself. Am trying to teach myself to do more than slap a pork sirloin or frozen chicken strips in the oven, and thus I share pictures of my accomplishments in learning the skill.Lemme add one
I don't understand what's so interesting in sharing a food pic. And I also don't understand how and why people care about your food pictures.
If it's for a Yelp review or something similar, then I can understand. Or if someone wants to show off a new recipe they just learned. Depends on the poster's intention.I don't understand what's so interesting in sharing a food pic.
I myself couldn't get into Tolkien's style of writing. The Hobbit (the book) put me to sleep.Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that "I don't enjoy King or Tolkiens writing." Rather then they are "lousy writers ".
This is true of every medium. The vast majority of all creative output is terrible.Anime as a medium is garbage, filled with people that don't know how to tell compelling stories, studios that can't fund their dozens of projects (producing terrible animation), and people will eat it up anyway.
I mean it helps that many of the films pixar makes are really good. WALL-E being my personal favorite@Kupotepo Adorable and cute things really do sell. Not just for anime and the like, but in other genres as well. Hello Kitty was extremely popular here years back, no idea if it's still as popular anymore. Pixar movies seem to be all about adorable characters doing adorable things, even if there's usually a deeper, more emotional story behind it all. I love cute and adorable things, they help clear my mind of darker thoughts and urges.