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Case ([personal profile] case) wrote in [community profile] fandomsecrets2017-05-12 06:38 pm

[ SECRET POST #3782 ]

⌈ Secret Post #3782 ⌋

Warning: Some secrets are NOT worksafe and may contain SPOILERS.



[Lord of the Rings, Glorfindel]




(Questionable Content)


[The Simpsons]


06. [SPOILERS for Erma]


07. [SPOILERS for Guardians of the Galaxy 2]


08. [WARNING for talk of suicide]


09. [WARNING for rape]


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Re: Transcript by OP

[personal profile] fscom 2017-05-12 10:42 pm (UTC)(link)
Dear Work Friend,

It's great that you love Harry Potter, even if I don't always understand what you're talking about. It's not even a big deal to me that you sometimes give me good-natured crap about not catching all of your references. What makes all of this kind of annoying is that you act proud that you've never seen a Star Wars movie.

Is this your logic?
Wildly popular media about wizards in school = cool
Wildly popular media about wizards in space = uncool

It would be fine if Star Wars just wasn't your thing, but you've never seen it and you act like you're special because you haven't. At least I read the Harry Potter books and saw the movies – initially *because * they were so popular but I liked them, too, just not enough to still remember the which house elf was which. I don't talk to you about Star Wars and I don't care if you never see any of the movies and you can rock on with being nerdy over Harry Potter forever, but I'm getting tired of you acting like everybody is supposed to love Harry Potter but you're totally hip because you wouldn't stoop so low as to enjoy Star Wars because it's popular and you need to be different. (Do you see where this makes no sense?)