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I’m never going to get over episode 4 of twdg season 2.
Still thinking about episode 4 and I just…
I’m sitting here, 3am in the morning. And I’m here thinking that when Sarah died at the gift shop, Luke 100% was ready to let Sarah die and would rather save Jane instead when he just a while ago said how he feels unsure about Jane. It just didn’t feel like something Luke would do. I would have expected him to at least go down and help Jane. Like he was portrayed in episode 3 that he cares for the safety of the group and he went for days without sleep. But he didn’t even think about helping Jane save Sarah? Not even at least try?
And I remember how Rebecca was so happy and relieved that Sarah was alive when you decide to save her. she says something along the lines of, “Take your time, I’m just glad you’re with us.” Then she never mentions Sarah being dead after she died from falling to her death and getting eaten by walkers. Like Rebecca, you’re relieved that Sarah made it out alive from the trailer but when she dies you don’t feel anything at all?! NOTHING? NO ACKNOWLEDGEMENT?
I don’t blame the characters at all for the lack of sense and emotion, I blame how poorly written the episode was because I still to this day after finishing episode 4, still think about how nothing makes sense to me.
If you’re at a pool, and there’s some kids running, and the life guard shouts “No running!” do you interject with “EXCUSE ME, NOT ALL OF US WERE RUNNING.”
If you’re in class, and a classmate is eating, and your professor addresses his students, “There’s no eating in the classroom,” do you scream out “EXCUSE ME, BUT WE’RE NOT ALL EATING.”
The lifeguard and your professor are well aware who is doing what. There is no reason for them to modify their sentences because they realize you’re aware of who is doing what, too. They have enough faith in your intelligence that if they say, no running, or, no eating, you will recognize that if you are not already doing these things, you are in the clear.
When someone begins a post, “why do men do x,” they are not saying that every single man in this world wakes up and makes it a point to do x for the day, every day of his life. Nobody ever, ever thinks that. They exist around men and observe men on a regular enough basis to know that obviously not all men do x.
No. They are saying that they have witnessed men doing x enough that they would like to point it out. They are saying that in the whole group of men, there are men who do x, and they think it’s worth noting.
So there’s no reason to go “NOT ALL MEN” because everyone already knows not all men, and that’s why nobody said “all men.” They just said men. If you’re not the man it applies to, move the fuck on, just like you’d keep walking at a swimming pool or keep not eating in class.
If the words “some men” are keeping you from recognizing a post with very valid points, you’re the problem.
"you can’t ship that, that character has canon interaction with the opposite sex"
I’m a huge supporter of things which annoy misogynistic rich white men
THAT THEY’RE NOT TRYING
BECAUSE HOW THE FUCK WOULD YOU KNOW IF THEY’RE TRYING OR NOT
JUST BECAUSE IT DOESN’T LIVE UP TO YOUR STANDARDS DOESN’T MEAN THEY’RE NOT TRYING
dont do it, im not even lying I would cry if you died. you're one of the first blogs I followed. I dont think youre fat, or useless. you bring me happiness :)
please please please please don't say that because I think you are one of the most amazing people that have truly touched me and made me a better person. you are hilarious and a sweet guy and I cannot imagine a world without you. please keep on trying because progress is progress no matter how little and you've improved so much and I'm so proud of you for it please do not throw away all your hard work please
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