I wish more people had the ability to admit that nothing is without fault. Not even the celebrity/actor/musician/artist that you love so much has never done anything wrong. Your favourite movie probably has mistakes etc.
For example, when I don’t feel like concentrating too hard I like to read Sophie Kinsella books (she wrote the Shopaholic series). She’s an okay author but she’s not the next literary sensation. Her books mostly follow the same formula; single, white girl in her mid to late twenties hates her job. She falls into some kind of conundrum and eventually finds love. See, even though I read it on occasion and like it I can admit that it’s flawed. Same with Supernatural, for example. That is something I really really love, but even I can admit that a few episodes have repeated past ones and some female characters are annoying.
Tl:dr, Nothing and nobody is perfect, please admit that your favourite thing on earth also has flaws.

I wish more people had the ability to admit that nothing is without fault. Not even the celebrity/actor/musician/artist that you love so much has never done anything wrong. Your favourite movie probably has mistakes etc.

For example, when I don’t feel like concentrating too hard I like to read Sophie Kinsella books (she wrote the Shopaholic series). She’s an okay author but she’s not the next literary sensation. Her books mostly follow the same formula; single, white girl in her mid to late twenties hates her job. She falls into some kind of conundrum and eventually finds love. See, even though I read it on occasion and like it I can admit that it’s flawed. Same with Supernatural, for example. That is something I really really love, but even I can admit that a few episodes have repeated past ones and some female characters are annoying.

Tl:dr, Nothing and nobody is perfect, please admit that your favourite thing on earth also has flaws.

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    Of course! Flaws are what we build off of :D
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    I don’t equate the words “perfect” and “flawless” actually. Something can be perfect and still have flaws; it’s perfect...
  15. pranel said: people can like admitedly bad movies, books etc. or should
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