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  1. I'm single. This ain't a dating site, but I'll just explain it anyways. I'm single.
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    Two-Word Jokes

    Try to come up with a joke that's only two words long. Dwarf shortage.
  3. Another song would probably have to be... any popular song ever.
  4. Maybe you heard it a bit too much on the radio, or it reminds you of your ex, or SOMETHING. What song did you used to love, but hate now? Mine would be "Linkin Park - One Step Closer".
  5. After reading these replies, it turns out that this is way more common than I realized. Yeah, there's the few who said that it's a dumb thing to do, but there's a significant group here who said that they end up disliking something simply because someone they don't like happens to like or love it. Perhaps maybe it's a thing of "I don't like him, so he's wrong about everything, so everything he likes must automatically be terrible, including something I once loved." Well, I tend to do this almost every minute of the day. It's gotten to the point where I'll check social media and such to see what else they like and dislike, and then sort my interests and such based on these. Either that, or have the mindset to abandon EVERYTHING I once loved and then create stuff myself. Things I now hate because of other people: Banjo-Kazooie The Sonic Franchise Modding Linkin Park Alice in Chains Practically any popular video game Any opinions they have That's the tip of the iceberg. Heck, I'd go as far to say that I'd change my ORIENTATION to have less in common with these people.
  6. I actually used to really enjoy a Sonic game... until some diaper-fetish modder ruined it for me. :/
  7. Well, I'm not necessarily talking about hating something simply because other people like it. I'm talking about disliking things that are enjoyed by people you personally don't like. Let's say there's someone you got in a fight with or something, and you both hate each other. Then you find out that they like something that you do, and you dislike it so you have less association with that person. It's alright if someone I'm alright with enjoys something I also enjoy. That's perfectly fine. It's enemies that I hate having the same interests I do, mainly because I want to have less in common with them. I can't even watch Markiplier or listen to Alice in Chains because of this reason.
  8. Actually, my viewpoints have changed on the franchise. There's only two or three games that I truly enjoy. That is, Sonic Unleashed HD and Sonic '06. The rest of them? I think they're way too easy. Sonic Unleashed HD is probably my favorite video game of all time, believe it or not. Sonic '06 is actually quite fun to play, despite the glitches and long loading times. Other than that, I think the franchise is basically... well, dead.
  9. I see. Also, sorry if this is a dumb question. I'm brand new to the series and have only seen one episode. Swarm of the Century.
  10. From what I've seen, there's stuff that exists that a pony can't physically make. Not a troll question, it's sincere. How were they able to build houses, carts, roads, and everything else?
  11. It sounds like you still care about the people/person you dislike. If they meant nothing to you, you wouldn't be influenced by their opinion. :v

  12. I'm guessing it's for specific people. Maybe it's because they feel as if it's a personal thing? I do this thing where I begin to turn against something that certain people enjoy. Like the song. However, if someone I dislike were to tell me that a particular song is terrible, then I'd actually feel RELIEVED that they don't like it. I don't know why I do this, but I just do.
  13. I think it works with songs or whatever as well. Let's say you LOVE a song to death. Then let's say that someone that you practically DESPISE also loves that very same song. The main question is, does the fact that he loves the same somewhat muddle my taste for the song? To me, it somewhat does. If that particular person is a massive **** to me, the fact that he enjoys the song will probably remain in my mind whenever I hear it. So that song I love is now associated with his jerkiness, somewhat souring it. lol