I hold an issue with people who become manic over it. I don't hate people if they enjoy it, because everybody's got their own opinion. It's when they attack other people for not liking something (be it Twilight, pop music, Harry Potter, etc) that I get judgey.
"Stand up for what you believe in" is usually applied to things like moral values, not pop culture
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haha, sorry... I did indeed see that post, however I didn't think it meant the same message as mine. So I decided to post my own, which I thought was different. But maybe the poster meant to say the same thing as me, I just didn't interpret it correctly.
It's ok.lol I was just busting' ya chops
The only Twilight that is right to stand up for is Sparkle.
A lot of people hate that type of Twilight too.
I don't think she gets hate, I just think she's not quite a favorite.
She's my third favorite, personally.
They are all my favorite. /)
Is this even coherent?
It is coherent, actually. It makes sense. Read it out loud.
what I was trying to say is that people are always saying they're proud to be themselves, proud to be unique, proud to be "nerdy" (as an example) or whatever, because "everyone should be accepted for who they are" and "people shouldn't care what others think of them" or anything. But then, as soon as a twilight or Justin Bieber fan pops up, those same people immediately turn on said fans and judge them viciously.
Okay, see, the way you phrased this made me think YOU were of the opinion that twilight and justin bieber fans should be judged. It's because in the quotation marks, you use a period instead of a comma, which really made this confusing.
Oh. Poop. Does it really sound that way? I tried adding "they think" in there to clarify it but I guess it still doesn't work... ah well.
I didn't know twilight was a value worth sticking up for. Jk. Do whatever you want