>>97596182>The "dialogue" is rarely anything more than posting angry images and attacking the showrunners. Hardly constructive.
Again, this comes down to personal opinion. They find it enjoyable? Good for them, I guess. For me I like seeing details I probably missed in most of the cartoons I actually like.>I've seen anons actually express this in threads like these. It's definitely possible.
Really? Well - Maybe some of them are miserable. Though, I don't think they could force themselves to not notice certain details. If it's making them miserable, I don't doubt they wish they could stop noticing these kinds of flaws but at some point, I doubt they'd be able to.>it's more often that they're so critical over the tiniest flaws, that it's hard to take them seriously.
Hyperbole is common enough on the internet since its typically played to be comedic.
Even if not, well, like I said. For them, it's important. Even if for you and me it's not. I can't always pretend to feel the same way, but I can understand passion and feeling strongly about their opinion, ya know?
Maybe there's something wrong with me, but, dismissing someone's opinion out of hand really feels wrong to me.