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Also about character development+146The show Hey Arnold genuinely has better character development across the board for all of its characters than most adult TV shows, amirite?
Also by MushySpotlol+67Most kids believe the Black Market is physically located somewhere, amirite?
Also about Books+84The Harry Potter series would have ended pretty quickly if someone brought a gun, amirite?
Also by MushySpotlol+71Someone could make a DNA ancestry service that gave everyone's results as "100% African" and they'd technically be right.
Also about story and character development+100It seems like some people, when suggesting a show or movie, got character development and a good story line mixed up with tits, amirite?
Also about story+58It would suck if your dad told you a story about how he met your mother and it was an equivalent of 8 seasons, 168 episodes that were in 30 minute intervals. Also, everytime he'd lead you on to believing that's how he met your mother is really just another plot twist or a cliche cliffhanger of a really long tedious story, amirite?
Also about story and character+26You loved the Forky character in the new Toy Story movie, amirite?
Also about story and character+198Other than the love triangle, the books (and movies) cannot be comparedas they are different. HG is about a dystopian society in the future, based on a strong, character who would do anything for her sister, while Twilight is a romance set in modern day, with a fantasy/ sci-fi aspect with the Vampires and Werewolves, with a central character who would do anything for her love. HP is a story about the triumph of good over evil with adventure and a fantasy setting, Amirite?
Also about character development+255The one thing that can make or break a book is character development, amirite?
Also by MushySpotlol+55Flicking: Backhanding's Miniature Predecessor, amirite?
Also about Books+74Adult books and young adult books are opposite ends of the genre appropriateness, amirite?
Also about Books-1I dont watch Seinfeld anymore...i just read the synopsis and its all i need, amirite?
Also about story and character+285It's not racist to think of a fictional character as being a certain ethnicity. A person's cultural background influences how they talk, dress, and behave, and unless the story says otherwise there's nothing wrong with assuming they have a certain skin tone. amirite?