When I express my opinions, it's because I have my OWN MIND, and I practice the 'freedom of speech.' But as much as possible, I try to be careful with my words because I don't want to hurt anybody and fall into nasty arguments. While growing up, I learned to welcome others' opinions even if it's against mine. Why? That's how they think, eh! And I like learning a lot, and that way, I could learn something more from other's perspectives. It's fun to know that there are people who view certain things so differently from me, from others and from most people. I just don't like it when someone starts to rant while expressing their own opinions, would judge me, would make me stupid, would tell me my opinion is wrong, and would accuse me of this and that. Hmm...
someone was called 'sadistic' for not liking the powerpuff girls and samurai jack.really?! are you really going to call that person 'sadistic' for not liking something you do?!
Random kid in a class"I hate you because you like Pokemon and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"
You are awesome for making this~!
Bitch about me liking Waka vore
I think we need allot more like it on DA, nothing wrong with discussion but people need to be respectful and mindful of how words can affect others ,
homophobia and the like upsets me, but positive kind action is much better for promoting acceptance, education leads to understanding
like if you like dogs more than cats, i won't hate you. but if you say "all gays go to hell" then yea, im going to hate you. examples, not accusing you of anything.
Many of the readers hated her and her son, but I sympathized with the mother. Even though her son tried to murder Taka, he was still her baby and any mother would be devastated at the death of their child and angry at the fact that someone who could have helped him did nothing to help. I am not saying what she did was right, but I understand her reasons.
Unfortunately not many people did and some fans told me to get over it, some are trying to prove my opinion as wrong and one called me an idiot.
this is very, very, very, extraordinarily