|Reviews for You know what's stupid|
| YFIQ 5/19/13 . chapter 25
What a retarded kid and how can his dad be too trusting on his credit card number? Some people never cease to amaze me.
All that for a dumb game?
| RedGal 4/11/13 . chapter 2
Wow. I had no idea there were more chapters. You sure like to rant about things, don't you? :)
| RedGal 4/11/13 . chapter 1
I think your personal rant is really funny! :D
| the clockwork doll 4/10/13 . chapter 24
Haha. How funny :')
Personally, I don't see anything wrong with the grammar - and I live in England, born and bred British in the South West and get teased for being 'posh'. 'Raise the temperature of your air-con' is perfect grammar... but it's so wordy. Most people are lazy, and would choose the prior. When making advertisements, most companies will choose informal speech because they want people to be able to relate to whatever they're trying to sell and informality creates a 'friendly tone'. But fair-dos if you think it's annoying.
Maybe the whole 'I will sleep naked' thing is like a dare game? The first thing I thought was: he's gonna sleep naked with the air-con on. Ha. He's going to catch a cold. But yeah, that is strange... and it's not like they're going to survey every household and make sure their air-con has been increased by a degree. Preposterous.
Anywho, your posts always make me chuckle :) so keep 'em coming!
| fantasybookworm2012 4/2/13 . chapter 4
I don't hate him. I don't like him either. My niece is an obsessive fangirl and if you listened to a three HOUR squel fest about how "awesome" and "fantabulous" He is you'd e annoyed enough to ignore his music.
| fantasybookworm2012 4/2/13 . chapter 3
Technically, that is really true. Why do they use THOSE mascots?
On the subject of cannobalism, if you are only part animal is eating thr animal consider cannobalism?
Mermaids eating fish: they are 50% fish.
Or like in Maximum Ride the mutants are 2% bird so if they ate chicken, or other bird meats?
| Clara 1/30/13 . chapter 23
Actually, the song is about being a wannabe. You are right, Gangnam is a city of the wealthy, but there are plenty of Koreans who try to imitate the wealth. Thus, they call some kinds of clothing and whatnot Gangnam style. People living in the city don't use the phrase "Gangnam style" to describe themselves, so it came to have that wannabe connotation. My choir director, who studied in Korea for a while, told us this.
| In Case You Haven't Noticed 12/30/12 . chapter 22
Ugh. That is just... wrong. It reminds me of a Russian commercial I saw once. Basically, Santa (assuming he's real) goes up to this house and knocks on the door, holding a bag of presents. He hands presents to the guy who opens the door. The guy refuses, saying that because he has a *insert brand name here* computer, he doesn't need presents and he doesn't even need Christmas. Camera shows the inside of the house...there's a tree, but people are all sitting at computers with dazed, happy looks on their faces.
I don't celebrate Christmas, but still...
This seems worse, though. A lot worse.
| Guest 12/20/12 . chapter 22
Cool story, bro
| Guest 12/20/12 . chapter 19
I didn't even bother reading this, lol. Don't know why I clicked on it. Guess I was hoping that I'd find some legitimate points made here, but alas, to no avail. I run into bias and complaint once again. Eh, I hope you learn to broaden your tastes one day. Later.
| Cindy Critic 12/20/12 . chapter 5
Yeah, their song was a parody. Of what, nothing in particular, but it wasn't meant to be regarded or judged as a legitimate music video, despite its being distributed as a single on iTunes. It was just two girls having their own fun, not per se for your enjoyment, but just because it entertained them. All you're doing here is complaining about the same point over and over again in different words...which to be fair, belongs in a rant like the one you have here, but stands none too entertaining to read through. SO yeahh...indeed.
| LovelySocks 12/19/12 . chapter 1
An incredibly valid point. Never thought about VM this way, but it's a interesting and strong perspective.
| the clockwork doll 12/18/12 . chapter 22
I probably would my boyfriend silly if he bought a massage chair to replace hugging me. I probably wouldn't even want to touch him at all, actually; because that is the point where you realise that there is something fundamentally wrong in the relationship...
However if he bought me an arm chair not for any reason in particular - a random act of kindness, maybe? Then I'd be like: oh goody! And use it all the time. Slash we'd probably end up sharing it because that's just how life works.
After all, it is a massage chair.
But, my god. It makes you question why the company created it in the first place. Because of course a massage chair is for hugs when nobody loves you. WTF?!
Haha - but I enjoyed reading your chapter (as always). They just don't make commercials quite like that in England.
| YFIQ 12/18/12 . chapter 22
Or that the girl is a psychotic yandere trying to kill him because she thinks he's with another woman and wants him to herself.
| YFIQ 12/15/12 . chapter 21
Sexual preference actually, but I get the point. It's also the same point demonstrated in "South Park" when Randy thought that he might be gay because of what he did in the hot tub and starts freaking out. In the end, he learn that everyone is a little gay.
There's also the Kinsey Scale, I'm sure you know what that is.
It practically shows that people are generally perverts to certain extent. Granted, Kinsey caught tons of flak in the 1950s because of that. There was a movie about Kinsey as well although it ended before they got to the part where he succeeded in his book about women when it comes to the point of the sex education.