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By Cress - / Sunday 11 February 2018 19:00 /
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I feel your pain, I'm a Captain America fan and every time my mom asks me what I want for Christmas or my birthday, and I say I want something Cap related, she tells me she's gonna buy me jewelry or something more "girly" instead. I don't know why, a $12 action figure would bring me much more happiness than a $600 ring I'll never wear. :/

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  Rabite  |  27

Superheroes are for boys, you know!!
I hate those gendered gifts. I always get asked if my boyfriend bought me some nice jewelry or perfume for my birthday. Well if he did he wouldn't be my boyfriend anymore.

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I really don't see any issue with adults watching TV shows they enjoyed when they were younger, as long as they don't let it become an unhealthy obsession where they lose touch with reality or it starts to interfere with important responsibilities. This whole mentality that you have to stop doing certain activities (such as watching cartoons or playing video games) when you grow up is complete bullshit.

By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

When I want something like that, I just ask for the cash, and buy it myself. Parents like you for appreciating the gift, and you like them for helping you get your game on. Oh wait, wrong anime.

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