This is a uh...rather interesting concept. Perhaps an abuse-oriented explanation for why they feel the need to automatically respond to others saying "Take it easy!"
Take a look. Mister says "Take it easy," Lil sis Reimu says "take it easy back to him." Big sis however was still sleepy so she doesn't say it. And because she doesn't say it...
It's a mental conditioning that if you don't respond to a "take it easy" with "take it easy"...you go bang
@HoF:Hi, you seem to be new here. Please understand that as a general rule and token of courtesy, we do not post any criticism of abuse under any clearly abuse-oriented pictures, nor do we allow abuse-related comments in family friendly pictures. If you dislike abuse pictures, then please refrain from commenting, or else you're going to get quite a few people on your back.
Try not to do this again in the future.
Ah, now see...There is my warning. Now I saw it and I will acknowledge it. I'm (sorta) sorry I work fast and made many, many posts soo quickly before my "warning" was issued.
I'll try to hold my tongue to some degree, but I still stand by all I had said.
Anyway, now that I've said that, you may ban this account too if you so wish to. I don't really care. However, if you chose to spare this one, I will take my opinions to the more positive side of this site.
Thank you very much and good day. *tips hat and walks off*
The thing is that you had been missing the point of people liking a form of fictional violence in the same way of those who like to play GTA like a bloodthirsty mafia guy, even if in real life they are model and caring citizens, or how some people love to be extra violent in manhunt or naughty bear, or how some people in RPGs that you create your character from 0 may choose to go the bad guy route and stuff.
It's what they like in fiction, it doesn't have necessarily to do with being bad people in real life. Some people love to act like the bad guy or play that role in fiction, to let out stress or because they like the style.
That's why it's way to exagerate to accuse people here of being monsters.
There is a difference between the levels of violence and malice within GTA and what is typically exhibited in the stories here.
Manhunt is a game I don't understand because I don't imagine anyone over the age of 12 unironically enjoying it.
we're not going to have that discussion again. Again, take it to the boards.
Then don't have JIE bring up the first part of that discussion.
I brought it up because of HoF comming back, so i decided to be civil and explain him why his outbursts were a bit exagerate overall, tastes aside and all. . .
ask him, not me. I don't control his fingers typing on the interwebs.
Seeing as asking why people have different tastes and dare to enjoy different things, perhaps I should ask why some people have to ask why people like different things and then say they don't understand or bash them for it.