My want to kill other teenage girls is very much a conscious one.
I like The Hunger Games because I thought the story was entertaining and had decent themes for a modern book in the 'Twilight-era' of young adult books.
hence the "subconsciously"
I thought it was a great idea and story, but it was poorly written.
The idea wasn't very original and if by story you mean plot, it went from predictable to stagnant and anticlimactic.
It's Gale. Trust me.
Gale was ugly in the movie
And he was so beautiful in the book (I have a book fetish)
But Gale was hardly in the first book?
How is that a question?
How is it not? I'm questioning if that was what she meant or not.
That's not a question. Do you understand the English language? That was a statement.
Wow, that was kind of rude. Have you never said a statement that you were unsure of so you phrased it as a question instead?
Does this, in any way, make it a question?
Yes, it does.When you say something that is questioning, it is typically a question.
Typically a question is a question.
Exactly. And since my question was a question, it's a question.
Learning is hard.
So what am I supposed to be learning? You are the one who didn't understand what I meant.
A question has to be in fucking interrogative formation. You made a statement and put a question mark. You're either incredibly stupid or a troll.
I'm not actually trolling, thanks for calling me stupid. I know what I meant and I don't really feel like getting insulted over a misunderstanding, so I'm done trying to make you see.
I see that it isn't a question. My first comment was making fun of the fact that you put a question mark after a statement and thought it was a question like so many idiots do. I will have to conclude by the fact that you still think it was a question that you are stupid. I'm just taking the evidence given to come to a logical conclusion.
Can you two have your stupid argument somewhere else?
NO IT'S FUN! NOTIFICATIONS! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!
Does Polly want a cracker?
7 year old boys and 20-30 year old men like CoD for the same reason... to kill 7 year old boys.
Oh good, stereotypes. Just what I needed first thing in the morning.
Yeah, I hate having stereotypes for breakfast. Too flavourless, in my opinion.
Except for the Mexican ones. Those are always spicy.
I think I'm one of the few who didn't like the series all that much.
I actually disliked it, so I guess I'm one of the few teenage girls who doesn't want to kill other teenage girls. One, I hated the way it was written; two, I was detached from the characters; three, the plot became more and more disagreeable, for lack of a better word, as I read. I guess the general idea was good, though.
Can't say I wasn't expecting the downvotes.
I'm a girl and I honestly could not agree more.
I don't get why so many people are taking this dramatically...
They're probably taking it dramatically because they're teenage girls.
I liked the part where there wasn't a story.
I liked that part too! Now let's go tell Dora before she cuts us off
Hahahaha XD actually lol'd at this
Yeah you caught me...
Laugh out louded?
Well l'dol would just be silly.
Of course it would! Which is why i have a grudge against using lol in past tense.
there actually IS a study showing that women are moe likely to hate and/or be jealous of their friends, but they usually won't portray these feeling. i found it interesting, but not surprising, lol. :p
I sense samefagging
It's cool how each reply was 2 minutes apart.