Why do girls still list ‘Lord Of The Rings’ next to things they are interested in? Do they not realise guys haven’t seen that as ‘edgy’ or ‘attractive’ since about 2006?
The fact you enjoy one of the most successful book/films of all time does not make you stand out, alright?
Now, If you’d write how much you love the work of David Gemmell or Brandon Sanderson, then.. yeah, I’d hit it.
And here I was thinking that the list of things I’m interested in was a list of things I’m interested in.
But in all seriousness, a guy who is, in any way, impressed that I like any of the things he does is not someone I want to even associate with.
*blinks at fandom subculture, the huge majority of which is women geeking out with each other over media and turning out mindblowing quantities of art, writing, costumes, and other high-commitment tributes to the stuff they like*
and he thinks the only reason women express the fact that they like things is to hop on his dick?
He thinks all of that is for him?!
I couldn’t sleep last night because it was suddenly very disturbing that Henry VIII et all didn’t speak or write English that I would recognize.
It was super bad today. I went to a photographer for a consulting thing (I need to get a senior photo), and I was trying to figure out what a normal person would say. I even told the lady “normal” as one of the words I would use to describe myself (instead of, say, “like a cat”).
This was right after I told her I liked symphonic metal (“which is like like metal, except with more awesome”).