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What do you say to judgmental people that say Superhero films are for kids ?

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fordy said:

This exactly.



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0D0 said:
Except hunting, all entertainment is for kids.

Seriously, I'd agree that super hero films is a bit for children, but adults can enjoy things that are for kids. There's nothing wrong about that, unless you act in your life like a kid. That's another problem though. In this current generation, we've got many that never grow up.

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RaptorChrist said:
Ganoncrotch said:
Video games are for kids
Cartoons are for kids
Animated movies are for kids
Super Hero movies (bar deadpool..... and the pegging) are for kids
Chocolate cake is for kids.....

I'll be honest given the things that are for adults such as smoking, alcohol, drug use...... (excluding sex because I can never get enough of that) but yeah the adult specific vices are all pretty shit in comparison to ones which are "for kids"

As for what I say to people who would argue a point like this towards me? Absolutely nothing really, I've no interest in changing the mind of someone who has already solidified it with stupid bias against someone who enjoys life, as a lifetime fan of gaming, movies, animated shows, cgi films, WWE and chocolate cake.... I have long since given up on caring that people who spend a portion of their lives looking for an area far enough away from work so they can poison themselves with smokes thinks of my pass times.

Have you had problems in the past dealing with people who drink or smoke?

I've have a condition which doesn't do great around smoke and that's including people who absolutely wreck of it when coming back from doing it and they have no idea how much they smell of the stuff, as for drinking I don't do it at all and my mates are all perfectly fine with that, I've helped them home a few times after a night goes a little rough but I hold zero resentment towards that, just that in terms of doing an adult hobby I feel far better after a night of hard harvest mooning than they do after a night on the town.



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why would you care about what people have to say about your hobbies?



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0D0 said:
Except hunting, all entertainment is for kids.

Seriously, I'd agree that super hero films is a bit for children, but adults can enjoy things that are for kids. There's nothing wrong about that, unless you act in your life like a kid. That's another problem though. In this current generation, we've got many that never grow up.

It's every generation. I have yet to see any older generation that isn't behaving like children. Most people never grow up.



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Machiavellian said:
Superhero movies are for kids. The kid side of me love those types of movies when done right. Nothing bad about enjoying the childish side of your persona. Just like any genre though, the concepts can be as basic or as complex as the writer and directors want.

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0D0 said:
Except hunting, all entertainment is for kids.

Seriously, I'd agree that super hero films is a bit for children, but adults can enjoy things that are for kids. There's nothing wrong about that, unless you act in your life like a kid. That's another problem though. In this current generation, we've got many that never grow up.

I started hunting when I was 8...



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Feel bad for them since they've lost their creativity and inner child, then probably not talk to them much more because they have chosen to close themselves off and be judgmental, confrontative, and boring. 

Those who are open minded enough to embrace new elements of each generation are the ones who will keep up. Those people who say that stuff are the ones who are not going to function with new tech and other culture changes later in life. Kinda like how older people don't know how to use cellphones, computers, streaming services, social media apps, etc.

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Honestly, I don't care what they think.