By nah - 11/06/2021 11:01
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I don't even have words. If I were your boyfriend I think that your attitude would be a huge red flag.
Of course, but if ALL you can think about while watching HP is that you want to punch a kid (sure maybe OP is being hyperbolic) that's a little scary...
you're taking things too literally. she's a main character who's on screen most of time. so if you don't like her while shes on screen youd be thinking that for most of the watch time... you're relationships must be built on thin ice if "I want to punch that fictional character" is enough to make you consider ending it.
When it comes to movies, music, and books we like what we like and somebody else isn’t going to change it. It’s certainly possible to be with someone who has different tastes in these things. Unfortunately people who are fans of one genre or series of movies just want to share their love of that with others. Generally, with the more popular movie series that have been out for a while - The people who haven’t seen them probably didn’t see them by choice. Those people are just not interested. You have to learn how to say “no” and you have to learn to accept that sometimes “no” is just the answer you have to live with. I love Star Wars, Lord of the Rings etc. - My wife does not. She loves light comedies, I am less of a fan of those. Some things we just don’t watch together. It’s OK to like different things.
I dont watch every movie that comes out and its odd how many people react with anger when you say you havent watched a certain movie lol. i havent watched the first few Harry Potters but I watched a few of the later ones and enjoyed them. My wife said they were darker than the earlier ones