papaya wrote:i meaaaannnnnnnnn, if you listen to musicals willingly outside of the situation of watching a musical you kinda set yourself up for it
although I don't think I ever said it was fact that he's a pleb, just that I think he's one
papaya wrote:not at all?
itd be more like listening only to the audio of scenes (like, dialogue) in movies in your own time
also i was more saying that you can be forgiven to listening to musical songs only if you're watching a musical - the issue then is that you're watching a musical
Great freakin' job not
reinforcing everything I just said
. People can listen to whatever they want, pal. If somebody wants to listen to a song from a musical separate from the musical itself, that's their call entirely. It's not your choice, and more importantly, it's not your place to call people a "pleb" based on that choice.
Also, saying anyone "sets themselves up" for insult is like saying a sign sets itself up for vandalism because it's out in public. Sure, it can be expected, and perhaps it can even be tolerated, but that doesn't give you the right to actually do it.
Get it straight. You cannot control anyone else's opinion, you have no right to try to, and you CERTAINLY
have no right to put others down based on those opinions. IT'S. NOT. HARD. TO. GET.
I need a shot again, that sweet adrenaline.