I’m actually a lot more disappointed with the amount of reviews and response I have received on ff.net since returning. This is a personal project for me in my writing aspirations. It’s step number one in getting my talent and my skill up and I really expected to be received a little better. I’m very happy with a lot of what I have turned out in the last two months but if the people don’t back me up, am I as successful as I think I am at this?
Have you ever used FanFiction.Net before? Have you ever used the Internet before? You posted this story on October 16 and you have 18 reviews. And that’s even with lines like:
I gasp at his introduction. Prince? No, he must be confused?
Are you Internet famous? No? Didn’t think so. You are lucky to get reviews in the double digits for three chapters of your silly little story.
It’s just occurring to me what an inconsiderate asshole Leonard is. Recently Sheldon has been opening up to his friends about his disorder (I’m gonna lay down “autism”) and Leonard keeps telling him to basically just get the fuck over it.
You know who’s awesome at being the boyfriend of someone with implied autism? Sakurai Kazuaki. Awesome.
I love it when people take credit for things they don’t deserve credit for.
“I’m glad we went over APA style in class, because it obviously really paid off for all of you.”
(This from the guy who said we could disregard parts of APA format for our finals because he doesn’t understand their purpose.)
Actually I got my new APA manual between the last paper and this one, so my resources were updated.
And…I don’t remember what we went over in class, I don’t think I was paying attention.
“I guarantee every one of you thought about your childhood at least once in the last hour.”
Actually I didn’t. And weren’t you just talking about how academic superiority rhetoric annoys you? Because any phrase that begins with “I guarantee” sounds a lot like academic superiority rhetoric to me.
sandandglass makes some pretty good gifs, but the more I look at his text posts recently, the more he seems like a pretty obnoxious guy. Or at least really annoying to be around; I mean sure, he keeps on top of international politics (like a law major), which is a nice way to get information (sometimes), but a lot of the time his presentation is kind of annoying. Or if not annoying, at least a little arrogant, which I never like. Plus he likes “Family Guy” and “2 Broke Girls.” And that stupid, stupid mockumentary, “Ja’mie: Private School Girl,” which I’m sure is at least a little bit funny but the gifs are really annoying. He’s so…I don’t know, self-righteous? I know the obvious solution is to stop following him, but as I said, sometimes his content is pretty good. Sometimes.
Oh, also, the other day he posts a screencap of his “Activity” graph and it goes up to like 300,000 and he’s like “Wow you guys sure like reblogging stuff” and I’m like “Wait a minute… It just occurs to me that 98.247% of your original content is stupid, meaning that the reason I follow you, i.e., your gifs, is that you’re good at recycling other people’s comedy.
“Also you sound like kind of a whiny douche a lot of the time.”
ETA: I unfollowed him. Why not. Besides, now I follow fyspringfield, so I’m getting a lot more (and a lot better, frankly) Simpsons screencaps and gifs.
“Family Guy” is not a funny show.
The acting in “2 Broke Girls” is so bad it’s unwatchable.
Just gotta get that out there.
jazzylou 72 posts
The actor who plays Professor Proton is a really good actor!
Go home, Internet. Go home and lie down for a while.