Stanluv25 wrote:she literally threw the piano on top of their bodies! It hit more than just their face.
What happened after that?
After she hits them over the head with the piano, it goes back to Mr. Hankey in his chair and he says something like "Gee that was swell!" and goes into another video
Another Style thread, eh? Don't worry. I won't try to debate you into not liking it. We all have the right to like what we want. Only going to debate if someone says Style=IC and IU.
But until someone tries to step up to the plate(knowing I can only post once or twice a week lol), thoughts on Style:
I dislike most of it due to how it is written, where it is obviously written by a teenage girl who is fangasming over it. A good Style fic, like any good Slash fic, has less fangasming and more plot. The best Style fic I read was in 2005...and it wasn't even that Style was the point of the story. There was Style but it was just there like Stan/Wendy is now. They were a couple in the story, but their stories in the fic didn't revolve around TEH EPICK LUVZ1212.
That is the best Style, if it must be done. The stories that focus on Style tend to fail since it becomes more about the reader and writer and less about the characters.
I'll say this, and there is no arguing with me because it bridges both sides of the arguement together
There's best friends
There's Stan & Kyle
I think Stan & Kyle are on a level of their own.
Gay: Maybe, Maybe Not
Best friends: Yes, but more than that
They are a pair that loves each other very much, needs each other like air. THAT is STRONG. THAT is what matters when it comes down to it. You don't see that often. At all. You can have 2 close friends, sure. But not anywhere near as close as Stan & Kyle. I could care less if they are gay or not.
This very thing has been a continuing source of inspiration to me over the past decade.
And not just me. Many many others.
kfgg wrote:Stan and Kyle care so deeply about each other. It's true love whether its romantic love or not. THAT is an inspiration to me.
Like God's unconditional love for humanity? I don't believe human beings are emotionally capable of loving each other like that in the real world. Real humans are too selfish. But in a fictional cartoon world?...
Well, this one is a drawing of Stan Marsh I made:
http://www.picdo.net/fichiers/2010/12/2 ... -titre.png
Not shocking at all.
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