|Just stuff I like. It ranges greatly from anime to tattoos to photos, but mostly anime or cartoons.|
29. Beauty, Brains, and BrawnLet's just get this out of the way: I don't care if your character has a talent, or has multiple talents in each of these categories. Yes, you can be a genius, enjoy playing soccer and have stellar looks. Beauty—in that skin-deep beauty sort of—is genetics, or taking a few minutes with a make-up set and a few more playing with your hair, brains is spending time studying, and brawn is spending time playing, rough-housing, or just plain exercising. It doesn't encompass all the time in a lifetime to have excelled at one thing in each of these categories. There are a few people—OK, way more than just a few people—who "cheat" with plastic surgery, uppers so students can stay up for days at a time, and steroids.29. Beauty, Brains, and Brawn by HatedLove6
Fictional characters can have all three of these categories, and don't need to cheat in order to be "realistic," developed, or balanced. There is nothing wrong with having brains, beauty, and brawn. Period. They
28. 'Rare' vs 'Impossible'This complaint is more geared toward genetic traits, but the same basic idea applies to pretty much anything. Basically, just because something is rare, doesn't mean that it's impossible to have.28. 'Rare' vs 'Impossible' by HatedLove6
As far as genetic traits, mutations, and diseases go, review your biology text book and learn about basic statistics. Let's say that you and your partner each have a gene that may cause your children to become blind, but it's about a twenty-five percent chance. Now let's say that this couple does have four children, but none of them are blind, how is that possible? Well, in this example, the odds and statistics starts over after every child is born.
To explain this, let's say you have a bag of marbles. Four of the marbles are blue, two is red, and one is yellow. If you were to reach in the bag without peaking inside, you would have a four-in-seven chance of getting a blue marble, two-in-seven chance of getting a red marble, and one-in seven chance of getting
27. Characters with Extra Long HairYou have no idea how petty this is, but I see it, and do you know what the complainer's reasoning is? It's too hard to manage.27. Characters with Extra Long Hair by HatedLove6
Here's me snorting at them because I used to have hair that was below my butt, and I'm sure one of my friends with even longer hair than that, and still has just as long hair, is snorting at them too. Yes, it's harder to manage than short hair, but it's not as impossible as you all make it out to be. Braiding and ponytails was my best friend, and as long as the hair was healthy, brushing wasn't all that hard either (because my hair is only slightly wavy at the bottom in comparison if I had super-springy curly hair). Also, just because there wasn't any sophisticated hair care products that could make hair easier to manage in the olden days of the Middle Ages, didn't mean women didn't enjoy having long hair, not that they could cut their hair short back then anyway. The medieval days were a weird time for women's hair; they had to be
26. OCs with a Canon Character's NameIt's one thing if the OC has the same name with a canon character of the same fandom the fan fiction takes place in (which could be problematic: however could also be interesting), but it's another thing entirely if the canon character is not present within the fandom the fan fiction, or even original fiction, takes place in.26. OCs with a Canon Character's Name by HatedLove6
Kagome Higurashi from Rumiko Takahashi's Inuyasha is practically an iconic character. Anyone who reads manga has probably at least heard of Inuyasha, and since this series is so popular in the manga world, the main character, Kagome, would also be well-known. Takahashi didn't make up the name, "Kagome." Kagome, as the name or word, is more well known as a little children's game, but, if written in kanji, the popular translation would be "bamboo weave pattern"; however, since Kagome's name is written in hiragana in the fandom of Inuyasha, it doesn't have a meaning. Not to mention Takahashi used the name because she had seen it
Hi! I'm HatedLove6, obviously. For now, I'm just creating my profile to store favorites, but I'll eventually put up some art. It's usually just pencil and colored pencil work, but recently, some of my favorite colors to use are nubs so I'll probably be using Gimp 2.6 for most of the coloring and stuff. Hope you like them if and when I post something up here. Let's see, other than that I like to write, but I'm a bit sketchy on using this site for that.|
Current Residence: California, USA
Favourite genre of music: Rock, alternative rock. I'll listen to almost anything though.
Favourite photographer: Jane Vargas, takes pictures of Bay animals.
Favourite style of art: Anything as long as I like it, but I'm not too keen on abstract.
MP3 player of choice: My iPod
Favourite cartoon character: I'm assuming that anime works too, so Umeda Hokuto from Hana-Kimi or Ginko from Mushi-shi.