I actually might go back to crosstalk- most of the functionality has been restored and some of the people are coming back.
I'll probably come back as well, but not for at least a week. I don't know why but recently, on several of my posts, I got replies about the photo being too big or gif being annoying and most recently I apparently posted a spoiler to something- something that was obvious and from episode which already aired the day before. I got into an argument with someone about it and I thought I was being really polite, but oh well, I guess I might have been in a bad mood because of those other comments on other posts I mentioned.
Anyways this person kept going on and on about it and -judging from the comparative numbers of thumbs ups and other comments- everyone agreed with that person. I found myself giving it a lot more thought and consideration it deserved- it was emotionally draining. I really don't need a relaxing hobby of mine- commenting on silly stories and rehashing tv shows and posting pictures of cute guys and making jokes- to be full of drama and stress. So I think a break is in order.
I don't blame you. I'm done for now as well. For me, it isn't fun anymore. I think a break is good way to refocus on my life and how I want to spend my time.
We've already had this argument ad nauseam. Please, let it go.
I stopped watching it a while ago, as I got tired of everyone telling me how great and revolutionary it was, but I do find it funny. But is this like comedic dram or actual drama? Dramatic story arcs in comedies always worry me. I prefer the Married with Children way to the Roseanne heavy issue dramedy stuff.
Oh jeez SPOILER
What the fuck happened to Clijsters! I feel like I just saw her play amazing yesterday.
Really, usually it takes a few times of hearing a song for me before I decide if I like it. Making these original ballads seems like a waste.
Eh, I liked it. I didn't like the original performances, but that silly "feature everyone go with our hearts" blah blah is pretty much in character for the Glee club, so it makes sense that they'd do something stupid and not win because of it. I really laughed at most of the episode, especially Cheyenne's character, the vocal adrenaline coach. And I loved the For Good Duet.
ETA: I especially like the campy musical magic of the Boys serenading and the breaking into the Wicked set.
I'm guessing this is primarily for my benefit, even though I gave us a day. Fair enough. Does this also apply to sporting events? Will you guys,(not you specifically) in the future, maybe consider how it might feel to criticize one person repeatedly and ignore other infractions on the same post, with "spoilers" from the same day?
Oh no, Isner is famous for having that long match and being really tall- this is some new Spanish nobody.