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sonanoka joined on May 19th, 2010, since that has made 96 posts that are still accessible today, 1 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, sonanoka has given 115 upvotes, and was last online on Dec 12th, 2013.
totes worth posting outside the screenshot thread.
- Looks... will not make or break a relationship, as long as you take care of yourself.
- Playful. Not overly obvious, but subtle. It's unbearably cute when someone is flirty and playful in a tasteful way, I absolutely love that.
I've not yet met a girl or guy in my little area of the world, I think I just live in a bad town. It would be sad if I went through life never finding someone awesome enough to spend it with.
Dirty pictures. like if you drop it in mud or something, and before you can clean it off you spill soda or something on it, hell yeah that gets me going.
@Decae pretty much shares my opinion on certain movies. Watching someone's boundaries get crossed, especially in the case of rape, make me uncomfortable. It won't ruin the entire movie if it's a good movie and that just happens to be one of the events that transpires, but it gives you that feeling in your stomach.
A scene that comes to mind, which is from the manga/anime Berserk, (apologies that it's not exactly a movie, but it's relevant regardless) The scene where the protagonist's love interest is being raped in front of him by the series ill-fated antagonist. He's forced to watch and you can really see the anguish and anger in his face, you can feel it. There's a well written post on that scene in particular here.
Gore in movies is a highly situation thing for me. I understand it being a part of a story or an event, and as such can be tolerable if properly shown or with good acting. Certain scenes in movies are actually very powerful in a positive way due to violence. But when violence becomes an actual theme to a movie, I can't enjoy it at all. Not because it bothers me, I am after all a healthcare provider who has seen a great deal of trauma in various settings. It makes it unwatchable because that type of movie panders specifically to an audience that wants to see gore. If a movie is marketed and praised solely for violence, other aspects of the movie such as plot or characters really suffer.
Anything that breaks my willing suspension of disbelief is not worth sitting through due to derpyness in general, some movies don't even try to be good. A few campy exceptions will usually end up funny enough to enjoy
I have a vivid imagination, if I see something that I could either relate to or imagine feeling, it'll give me a squicky reaction. Like a nail through a finger or something like that. Strangely enough, eye injuries don't bother me as much as it does for some other people I work with in EMS.
roleplaying can be tastefully creative.
Anyone who has ever posted in this thread.