|tbh, last sentence was just an excuse to post this|
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Just what exactly is an "Anti-fan"?
As many of you know, fangirls enjoy labeling those who find flaws in their biases as "anti-fans". Which would imply an equal level of dedication and bat-shit crazy, something you will rarely find (not denying their existence). Instead, you'll generally find ravishingly handsome intellectuals with cold, calculating opinions. A couple jabs here and there doesn't mean I want to write death-threats and send poison drinks, it means I have a fucking opinion, and I'm speaking it. But really, the phrase 'anti-fan' is thrown around way too loosely these days. You don't like them? Anti-fan. You don't like their song? Anti-fan. You misspell an ambiguous name incorrectly (lomanization bitches), ANTI-FAN. Of course this entire mentality came into being because if every single critic wasn't an anti-fan, that would mean normal people had reasons to dislike their oppars, which was simply unacceptable. Hence, mind-fucking fangirl logic.