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[–] crimsonpowder 0 points 34 points (+34|-0) ago 

Back in the day we just let crazies wonder up and down the street and no one listened to them. Now the web makes it possible for these idiots to be better heard.

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[–] Nujabes 0 points 25 points (+25|-0) ago 

You know what's funny? The most genuinely happiest people I know are fit/skinny and generally are positive and cute. I rarely ever see a fat happy person so the emo, blue-haired, fat sad girl is pretty true. I rarely see a fat person who's happy through almost anything. It's funny how they're showing anger and sadness really live up to how they look. She must look like anger.

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[–] AOU 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

She must look like a mix of anger and sad.

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[–] RedCleopatra 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

People who intentionally dress like freaks and demand that the world finds them attractive whilst sparing their feelings can't possibly be happy. When you are healthy and fit, you are less likely to be depressed and angry and dwelling on what the world hasn't given you.

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[–] Captain_Trips 0 points 22 points (+22|-0) ago 

HuffPo is a swamp

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[–] inablackbox 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Good ol' Huffington Puffington

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[–] fuckredditcensorship 0 points 13 points (+13|-0) ago 

I never understood this mindset. I grew up on these Disney movies and I never "learned" that I had to be saved by a man, because my parents taught me otherwise, and I understood that it was just a movie meant for entertainment. If a child learns how to be a person by the things it watches on TV, then I think that's bad parenting.

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[–] prisonersandpriests 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

That's not parenting at all. That's letting the TV be the parent.

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[–] 32DDbitches 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

No kidding.

I wasn't necessarily taught that I didn't need to be rescued, but I sure as hell didn't imitate anything I saw on TV either. "Oh look! Wile E. Coyote just got hit by a train and he's fine! I should totally jump in front of a train!" FFS, children aren't imbeciles....well, they didn't used to be, before their parents removed all thought processes from their little minds.

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[–] fabulousalpaca 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

That's just the patriarchy talking. You've obviously been brainwashed without knowing it and you need strong independent womyn to set you straight.

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[–] HamsterSlayer 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

From what I understood, everyone should look identical all the time no matter what. According to this butterbeast, variety is oppressive and should be hidden at all cost.

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[–] Darth_Shitious 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

I think there's a novel about that. Rand?

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[–] RightousHam 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

The Little Mermaid analogy was much better in my opinion.

Ariel didn't trade her fins for legs because of a man, she did it for LOVE. She LOVED Eric, and because of that she was willing to sacrifice and do whatever it took to be able to be with him. The story would be the same if Eric was suddenly Erica or any other iteration of gender type.

I swear, these butter bitches will twist anything to fit their shitty, illogical narrative.

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[–] 1434737? 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

If you use the word 'problematic' in your article I naturally assume you are a dipshit.

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[–] prisonersandpriests 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I try to be problematic at least 10 times before breakfast each day.

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[–] 1444174? 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

First breakfast?

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[–] Phillyshitlord 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Sooooo....it is assigning job roles and socioeconomic status to beings representing EMOTIONAL REACTIONS TO STIMULI. All while never having seen the movie.

Also...

"Sad (the feeling) is often associated with the color blue. Red is often associated with anger, etc. That I get. I don't get how that happened, and I'm not going to go searching because it's not that important to my point. Blue is also associated with boys. Which also makes no sense. At all."

Cursory Google brings up this link, which states

Blue is the color of trust and peace. It can suggest loyalty and integrity as well as conservatism and frigidity.

"Conservatism and frigidity". But without actually seeing the movie it saw sad. Speaks volumes about it's own mindset.

"I can't write with any real authority about Inside Out, because I haven't see the movie, "

But proceeds to anyway says more than itself and its life it'll ever understand.

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[–] fuckredditcensorship 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Blue has more meanings than any other color on the wheel, ranging from calm and peace, all the way to melancholy, emotional coldness, and sadness. Joy is yellow and light green, because those colors are used to represent happiness, vitality, etc. But this fattie has it backwards. Sad is not associated with the color blue; the color blue is used to portray sadness. There's a semantic distinction there. And a lot of these color theory things are based on science. Our brains respond in certain ways to certain colors. It would probably be a bit confusing for us to see sadness embodied as yellow, or red.

I'm sure the Pixar design team did the characters deliberately. They have some of the best animators in the world, and I bet all of them could talk color theory circles around everyone who's criticizing that movie. And besides, the world needs the media to tell kids that being fat turns you into a frumpy sad person.

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[–] Phillyshitlord 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Kids already know it. We have to stop letting them be brain washed out of what they already know.

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[–] theGozarian 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago 

This isn't to be construed as sympathy but I would at least fucking get it if she had seen the movie and had that shitty opinion. How someone can feel compelled to write an entire article without seeing the film while thinking it is a valid criticism is just insane to me. This isn't just about rejoicing in salty butter huffer tears for me, There is an additional level of rage at the arrogance this woman has because she has been given a platform to spout her insanity.

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[–] 32DDbitches 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

It's also a given that the author is fat, otherwise, she would find the character "Sad" as hilarious as I do.

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[–] PoopToaster 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

$$$. That's why.

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[–] OxfordEnglishDick 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

People who say "frack" or "gorram" or "grok" or other made-up words from lit/TV/cinema in serious conversation are an embarrassment. I had a class in college with this ridiculous hambeast who desperately needed to wax her upper lip. All the comments she made were peppered with references like this, though most were lost on me, and she'd frequently try to force catchphrases even when it didn't make sense to. Once someone's book slid off their desk and hit the floor--it wasn't that loud or alarming, but this ham shouted, "Oh my stars and garters!" It was such a strange thing to say that our professor asked her to explain--the ham was thrilled at the chance to rep her fandom and shared that it was from one of the X-Men movies and went on about the particular context until he cut her off.

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[–] jdkthekid 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I do say "frack" unironically sometimes...I'll see myself out.

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[–] jdkthekid 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

Frack yes, nugget! Long Live Admiral Adama!

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