By - Iplaybedrockedition
It’s literally always completely baffled me that people are willing to give things up just for their partner. I’m still not even sure if that’s actually a thing that people do tbh. Friends I can see being different, but it’s just impossible for me to imagine it with a relationship not like that or familial.
I think that might be one of the reasons I got into those old battle anime like Naruto and One Piece.
This is actually my only gripe with 9. I love that movie to bits, could watch it over and over again, but why do they gotta make selfcestous steampunk stitchdolls a thing
Yeah, love is all you need... Until you're wallowing in poverty with the love of your life and struggle to feed your kids. Blindly choosing romantic love over everything and everyone else is pretty impulsive and short sighted imo
I know right!? It makes absolutely no sense to me, especially when the characters have been together for such little time, like a week or one month at max, and suddenly they are ready to sacrifice their life's worth of hardwork and goals just because they found something "better" to live for.
I relate so much. There’s people with me in grad school whose partners (usually girlfriends) have actually moved across the country with them with no job prospects or anything and i’m like??? you moved for love,,,?🤒 and it’s already not working out for some and i’m like well duh? i don’t understand how people make major life decisions around another person when feelings change all the time and even being in a new location might just make the relationship different. idk i’m not ever getting married or having kids or anything so maybe that’s why i find it so odd to view romantic love as a requirement in life but you could literally never catch me doing ANYTHING like that. i fully relate to this lol. i find romance funny and at the same time extremely off putting 😭 like can y’all do anything else 😭😭
I feel like way too many plots were ruined by the idea that love is all that matters.
There’s a Simpsons episode in which Homer has to give up his dream job to provide for his family. Not family of origin, but still. I know that’s not a film but I thought I’d mention it anyway :)
Amatonormativity can go shove its face down a toilet. I’d only maybe give my life up for family, but that’s it
Someone hasn't seen Frozen.