>>80586215>70% of the time the food if probably not going to be any better than something you could make at home
You don't know how bad at cooking I am!>will think that it's better than it actually is as a coping mechanism.
That's really not what my experience of people and life has been. As I said maybe it's a local thing but people around me would often rather whine than cope.>Take Waid's Spiderman as an example. It's utter trash, and it's not what anyone wants their Spiderman to be, and yet people continue to buy it. And once you buy it you'll tend to defend it.
Well in this case cape comics are weird. The big 2 basically use drug dealer tactics by delivering so much material where you have to buy the next thing if you want to get resolution on that thing or another.>because they've spent money watching the films at the cinema.
Is 10$ worth that much to people? Besides that's assuming they don't pay to watch both movies they liked and those they end up not liking.
I don't know, is that really the best explanation you think there is for people defenidng things other people think are bad? I'd think it's more about perspective and subjectiveness.
I mean you'll see people defend things you or I consider bad and it's entirely possible they didn't pay for it. Like I'll defend AoU because I liked it, but I didn't pay to watch it and I first watched it as a background while doing something else, there really wasn't much investment on my part.
I watched Prometheus in cinemas and there's no way I'm defending that.
This seems like projecting or whatever it's called when you assume people do things for wrong reasons as a way to show yourself your reason is right.