grumpiestwolf

fictionalmasterpiece:

Wow look at that display of pack loyalty. She’s such an awesome character, how could you not like her?

But seriously, how could anyone like this character? Is her rudeness supposed to be cute and awesome? She is blatantly disrespectful. This whole “Oh I’m just getting trying to get accustomed to human life” excuse is just dumb. She’s able to be in a romantic relationship, deal with severe life and death situations, go to regular high school and be in a math class with genius Lydia Martin but they still use the excuse of “she’s not use to this”? She is this rude and doesn’t know even know that Abraham Lincoln is the president that said the Gettysburg Address but she can do all that other stuff.

Then there’s this force feeding of Stalia. The whole marker/yarn parallel was the most forced and unnecessary parallel I have ever seen on any show and that’s saying a lot because I watch a lot of shows. Did they think that by putting her with one of the most loved characters we would love her as well? The whole “this is progress” line that Stiles keeps repeating is getting really old. I have never had this much character hate but this is just getting ridiculous. I hope that at the end of this season she becomes loyal to Peter so that I don’t have to see her be the worst “member” of the McCall pack I’ve ever seen. If she was a villain her rudeness wouldn’t bother me.

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LET ME POINT OUT OF THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS SCENE:
Here, Captain America - a hero in this film - is standing still while three other kinds of heroes, rush around to do thier job. (this is in no way bashing Cap, he is simply standing still at this moment, most likely in shock/fatigue). A soldier, a BLACK COP and two firemen. While American’s super soldier is immobilized, our every day heroes are still fighting to ensure safety and peace. The fact that Marvel created this moment in thier film, a film focused on the heroes, speaks yet again to thier message that you don’t have to be a super, to be super.  
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LET ME POINT OUT OF THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS SCENE:

Here, Captain America - a hero in this film - is standing still while three other kinds of heroes, rush around to do thier job. (this is in no way bashing Cap, he is simply standing still at this moment, most likely in shock/fatigue). A soldier, a BLACK COP and two firemen. While American’s super soldier is immobilized, our every day heroes are still fighting to ensure safety and peace. The fact that Marvel created this moment in thier film, a film focused on the heroes, speaks yet again to thier message that you don’t have to be a super, to be super.  

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