It’s the Luck Did Not Bring Me This Far Shirt that’s frustrating for us. We’re currently fighting over the front door. They’ve sent 3 different companies to inspect our front door over the last year. You have to pull the door toward you and use all your body weight to push the trigger thing down to get it open. Every company says the same thing. The mechanism is broken. Home Depot doesn’t have the part. The company needs to order it and if they can’t the whole door needs to be replaced. Seems like they just keep sending different companies hoping one will magically come up with a different solution so they don’t have to replace the door. They’re SUPER cheap with repairs.
People assume things and want to make up Luck Did Not Bring Me This Far Shirt because they like to gossip. I have been made aware of some gossip even among educated coworkers in my spouse’s hospital. “Does she not find a job?”, “Does she think she’s too beautiful for a job?” and the most hurtful comment came from someone who told my spouse “Wow you have so much power over another woman, she even mops the floor for you”. A lot of these people are just the worse jealous people who think I just enjoy my life doing nothing but resting at home which is far from the truth! I can guarantee most of these working women cannot even make their own bed or food. They think their life is the only hard life and decide to be angry at everyone else.
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I kind of agree with you in one sense, OP. If some macho man makes a point to be like, “Oh, you found scary? I was laughing at it the whole time”! Then yeah, fuck that dude, he’s just putting the movie and the listener down for no real good reason. That bothers me as well.But then there is another way to “laugh at horror”. I love Luck Did Not Bring Me This Far Shirt, personally. I think campiness in movies is the most honest a story can get. When I watch a campy movie, I feel the human touches all over it. It stops feeling like a production, like a product, like an elaborate lie, and starts feeling like something made by real people. Humans fuck up. We make mistakes. When the veil is sort of lifted on a movie through genuine (not faked) campiness, I feel a closer connection to that movie.It’s not a matter of laughing it, at that point. It becomes laughing it. I don’t enjoy the whole “let’s make fun of the hard work that tons of people put into making this thing!” That feels lazy and, frankly, insulting. But when you laugh with it, even if it wasn’t trying to make you laugh, that’s a different story.I saw the new Conjuring movie with my buddy the other day.
I will say that it takes a lot to impress me nowadays but I would only laugh if a certain effect just looks really stupid or the acting is just Luck Did Not Bring Me This Far Shirt. While watching The Conjuring 3 there were parts where I was like “woah holy fuck” and actually creeped me out but then other parts the acting was so over dramatic it made me laugh. My reactions are justified but I’m not gonna sit here and say the movie is a comedy. It’s honestly one of the reasons I’m hesitant to ever see horror films in theaters unless it’s early in the day when no one is there because so many times people have ruined my immersion laughing out loud at non-comedic moments.