I think it's more down to the individual tbh. Like regular members, trolls can't all be grouped together. Although I think we all agree that they shouldn't be allowed on forums just because they -might- be nice lol.
Eh. There are different types of trolls. harmless ones, and ones that should be kicked in the face. /shrugs. I'll be on the fence here and not speak no more.
But aha... talking about this reminds me of fifth grade. The grade that sort of changed my life, so to speak! Well... personality wise I suppose. It wasn't until Middle School until I got into anime and all that jazz, and it wasn't until Middle School that I found Tales of Symphonia aka my Bible in life.
4th grade changed my life. Bullies galore, people who used to like me now treating me like trash... It didn't get better 'til 8th grade. Which is when I switched schools. Can't say that time period was when I got into anime/manga; I was already into it in 2nd grade.
I am a karma believer. I believe your soul will keep taking different forms until you live a good life. ...or something like that. (And by the way, it is NOT the same thing as reincarnation.)
I was bullied myself in fifth grade (and maybe before them like hell I remember). It was after that I went to Middle School on the other side of town (and then to Florida), but regardless, it wouldn't have continued. For one, I actually spoke up, so the two who were doing so had shut their mouths. And just in general I allowed it to make me a stronger person. ♥ Probably helped that I was also some sort of "peer-mediator" in the fifth grade of sorts. It really helped when I hit middle school actually, because it allowed me to help my neighbors, who were being bullied on the bus.
Of course, I suppose it's also why I have a 'I don't give a damn' behavior at times, but I consider that behavior to be somewhat of a double-edged sword.
tl;dr: being bullied can make you stronger or cause you to lose things such as confidence. i myself got stronger through it. ♥
Fff I put someone on my ignore list yet I'm still bothered by them. Ughhh I wish I were good at ignoring people ><;
I was a kind girl who loved everything and wasn't afraid to approach strangers and had a great life (even my parents' divorce didn't bother me so much), so you can imagine how bad words and actions affected me the way they did. Even now, I take a lot of stuff personally, even if I shouldn't. I'm extremely nervous and jump at the slightest surprise (such as turning and suddenly seeing my school's vice principal peering into our classroom).
But ah, this ain't a place for therapy/"screw my life" rants. This is a place for fun, ne~?
idk what i'm doing really. i should be packing right now, so I don't have to rush to do so when my mom gets home.
yeah. I can imagine. I was the same type of girl. Kind, who was actually a mouse in the classroom, but really energetic outside. But rather, I don't take things personally because eventually I just don't. care. Cruel it may sound, but it only happens when I'm utterly tired of something.
It is possible to watch the OVA without really knowing about the game, since it covers things pretty well, and also because it's a bit different from the game itself. However, I've heard people say that they didn't really enjoy it, and have been told that they would enjoy it more if they had played the game. So, it all depends I suppose. I say give it a show, and see what you think. If anything, the quality (and the story as well) gets better as the OVA goes on. I was 'meh' with the first episode, but these past two episodes have been up to my expectations if not exceeded them.
Also Mizuki is an adorable Colette. Though if Mizuki is your reason you might get a little disappointed during a few episodes, but those episodes are covered with some pretty interesting stuff. ♥
it's why I call it a double-edged sword. It's really great to have when someone's bothering you, but when it comes to other things, sometimes the apathy kicks in and it causes problems. But like I said. It's only when I'm utterly tired of it (for the latter that is).
I'm going to be heading to where my Aunt's wedding is going to be soon. ♥
I just hope the Wedding Cake will be better this Wedding! /selfish
Yeah. Sylvarant is okay, so unless you put low expectations for them, you'll probably be a bit disappointed. Tethe'alla Arc is when things start to get interesting. And don't get me started on United World. ♥
Second season of Nanoha is amazing. I remember when I said I was going to watch it, and someone in the chat I was in was all 'Okay she's gone for the night'. They were right, since I finished all 13 episodes that night. Never watched the third, and I'm not sure if I ever will tbqh.
Nanoha's got nothing on Madoka for yuri though, I'm guessing o3o Unless the next seasons introduce more mahou shoujos.
My mom's wedding was outside and cool, though a bee landed on my butterfly shirt :[ (I was really frightened of them at the time so you can imagine how I reacted XD) Then I went to my stepdad's brother's wedding and my stepdad's niece's wedding. The former was your typical Catholic church wedding and the latter was also outside with a cannon and Star Wars music and everything o3o Plus that was the wedding where I got to go to Colorado~
And hey, nothing wrong about being selfish when it comes to food; the food is one of the most important aspects of a wedding, after all! /spoken like a true glutton (never mind that I'm s'pposed to be on a diet)
Second Season introduces more, and don't even get me started on third season. I haven't even watched it and I know some things because of Digital Dive.
There was my Aunt's (On my dad's side) and her wedding yeaaars ago in Colorado. I was the Flower Girl. Then a few years ago there was my uncle's wedding in San Fransisco, in which my sister and I wore chinese dresses (his wife was from China). That was the wedding in which I didn't like the cake. Then there is this wedding. ♥
... I think my cat mewed at me or a squirrel. I'm not sure which. But yeah. I can be a glutton, but I can't because if I eat too much in one sitting my stomach feels terrible. The "too much" it's much at all. However, I can like... make a sandwich, and then go to the kitchen fifteen minutes later eat something else that's small. Then rinse, lather, repeat, and it looks like I'm a fatass, haha! ♥