I for one always post my exact thoughts. I’m not going to say something I don’t mean. So when something is good you’ll know about it and when something is bad
Shu”ll know that too. No bad Ace. Why do Shu always have to bring Shu into this. He did nothing wrong and played his role as a bland protagonist perfectly.
Spouting nonsense is one thing. (Demonstrated above) but spouting lies is another. More often than not someone will lie about something because they don’t like it or the truth is too painful. I enjoy lying but not for the reasons you would expect and I believe lying can be beneficial if done correctly in a situation you are not referring to another person in. Like what I did here and here. They are not blatant lies. One is a fictitious situation based on an ideal situation and the other is a deliberate misinterpretation created to make something dry more appealing to read about.
But I know I’m one of the only people to use this form of lying and not the other. Recently with the announcements of the Anime Blog Tourney line up I’ve seen Twitter light up with lies. It’s not pretty and I try to avoid it for the most part because anime blogging for me is about having fun, sharing opinons and finding like minded people. But when a random stranger starts lying about one of my blogging friends it irks me. I feel like I’ve stumbled into the wolves territory once again and as a helpless deer I have no choice but to walk away nonchalantly for fear of having my head chewed off.
Hypothetical situation : Oh my, I think I just rustled that tree. Now they are chasing me. No my head, I need that to think about things.
Today’s lesson. Don’t provoke the internet.