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#1116742 - Gonna find myself a good romance to watch and marathon it. 02/14/2015 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#1116733 - Toradora! - Because it was one of the first anime I ever watch… 02/14/2015 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#2 - It appears that you can't go back and add other gifs to the co…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2015 on Welcome to the NHK... 0
#3 - silentpaper (02/10/2015) [-]
i swear to god if you don't upload that gif i will unthumb your content.
#24 - Suffering trauma does not always result in someone being psych…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#25 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well fuck it we're doing things differently

I'm gonna make Hiroshi the biggest uncaring asshole ever
#22 - Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here. … 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#20 - Alright well good luck with that. Many people are going to be …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#21 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
not my fault Asami has all this potential and the fanbase just looks at her and sees "Yep. Get away driver."

Its like if Kyoko was just looked upon as "Yep. Loli. You serve no purpose other than being cute"

>B-but I can do magic

Yep. You're only good for being cute
#18 - I agree that there were many people going crazy over that supp…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#19 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well I'm writing my own story so thats why Tumblr is so hot and bothered by me

I'm gonna re-write all 4 books. Its gonna take a lot of money...but who cares
#22 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here.

I agree with your Asami interpretation, at least in S1 and some of S2. I was honestly expecting her to become a villain, especially after Korra stole her man. However, by the latter half of the series she really does become a genuinely nice character and develops a really strong relationship with Korra (as either close friends or lovers, however you want to interpret it as),at the cost of becoming more of a background character and just yeah, as you said "a getaway driver". So, the fanbase seeing her as just a getaway driver is because that's literally what she becomes.

But your Asami really could have happened, albeit in a much more kid-friendly way.

Your comparison to Kyoko, however, is not really valid. She's not a loli, and I've never seen a single person say that she serves no purpose other than being cute. In fact, in the series she's an asshole and portrayed as the villain for the majority of her screentime. It's only towards the end of the series that she has a change of heart and starts to work with the others rather than against them It's only in the movie (which is where my profile gif originate from) that she shows a bit of her cute side, but she doesn't play a very large part in the movie and it's not the same universe and therefore not the same version of her as in the series anyway.

So the assumption that people make when they think of Asami is justified because it's exactly how she was written in the latter half of the series, wasted potential or not. Kyoko, on the other hand, is also usually interpreted exactly how she was written, so the example doesnt really work.
User avatar #20 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Alright well good luck with that. Many people are going to be irked by Asami's complete 180 change in personality, but as long as you're not trying to shove it down their throats, none of them have any right to get in your way.
#21 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
not my fault Asami has all this potential and the fanbase just looks at her and sees "Yep. Get away driver."

Its like if Kyoko was just looked upon as "Yep. Loli. You serve no purpose other than being cute"

>B-but I can do magic

Yep. You're only good for being cute
#16 - To be fair... ignoring tumblr for a second here... Su…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#17 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
That's pretty sound reasoning but you don't need to go on Tumblr to sniff tumblr influence

Think about it. This shit is all over the media now
User avatar #18 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
I agree that there were many people going crazy over that supposed Korrasami ending, but it seems like most of that just comes from the shock value of it being in a kid's show (well maybe not so much of a kid's show but regardless it aired on nick and was rated TV Y-7). Using it as propaganda to promote gay rights is on the extreme side, but the people that try to do that are a minority. I haven't looked into it that much but it seems to me that most reasonable people, regardless of how they interpreted the ending, just accepted it and moved on with their lives. Well, at least that's what I did.
#19 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well I'm writing my own story so thats why Tumblr is so hot and bothered by me

I'm gonna re-write all 4 books. Its gonna take a lot of money...but who cares
#22 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here.

I agree with your Asami interpretation, at least in S1 and some of S2. I was honestly expecting her to become a villain, especially after Korra stole her man. However, by the latter half of the series she really does become a genuinely nice character and develops a really strong relationship with Korra (as either close friends or lovers, however you want to interpret it as),at the cost of becoming more of a background character and just yeah, as you said "a getaway driver". So, the fanbase seeing her as just a getaway driver is because that's literally what she becomes.

But your Asami really could have happened, albeit in a much more kid-friendly way.

Your comparison to Kyoko, however, is not really valid. She's not a loli, and I've never seen a single person say that she serves no purpose other than being cute. In fact, in the series she's an asshole and portrayed as the villain for the majority of her screentime. It's only towards the end of the series that she has a change of heart and starts to work with the others rather than against them It's only in the movie (which is where my profile gif originate from) that she shows a bit of her cute side, but she doesn't play a very large part in the movie and it's not the same universe and therefore not the same version of her as in the series anyway.

So the assumption that people make when they think of Asami is justified because it's exactly how she was written in the latter half of the series, wasted potential or not. Kyoko, on the other hand, is also usually interpreted exactly how she was written, so the example doesnt really work.
User avatar #20 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Alright well good luck with that. Many people are going to be irked by Asami's complete 180 change in personality, but as long as you're not trying to shove it down their throats, none of them have any right to get in your way.
#21 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
not my fault Asami has all this potential and the fanbase just looks at her and sees "Yep. Get away driver."

Its like if Kyoko was just looked upon as "Yep. Loli. You serve no purpose other than being cute"

>B-but I can do magic

Yep. You're only good for being cute
#14 - And that's why I try to stay away from expressing opinions on …  [+] (8 new replies) 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#15 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Its not like Tumblr cares about this show being actually good they wanna push an agenda

Look...Neither of these two are canon lesbians. Tumblr created that because apparently all women need to scissor each other forgetting the fact I doubt any of the ham beasts that frequent tumblr are even remotely loved

This is showing their sexual frustration.
User avatar #16 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
To be fair... ignoring tumblr for a second here...

Sure the ending of the show definitely did not explicitly state that there is any romantic relationship between Asami and Korra at all... but you don't need to be a ham beast or someone trying to push an agenda to see that it could definitely be implied. When an ending is left open-ended like that it's only fair to let people interpret it however they want to, so long as they can respect other people's interpretations.

I understand your frustration with tumblr and the feminazis that frequent it, but grouping everybody who interprets the ending that way with them is going a little too far. If you want to save yourself from some unnecessary frustration, I would recommend to stop going on tumblr, or to just ignore all the unreasonable idiots.
#17 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
That's pretty sound reasoning but you don't need to go on Tumblr to sniff tumblr influence

Think about it. This shit is all over the media now
User avatar #18 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
I agree that there were many people going crazy over that supposed Korrasami ending, but it seems like most of that just comes from the shock value of it being in a kid's show (well maybe not so much of a kid's show but regardless it aired on nick and was rated TV Y-7). Using it as propaganda to promote gay rights is on the extreme side, but the people that try to do that are a minority. I haven't looked into it that much but it seems to me that most reasonable people, regardless of how they interpreted the ending, just accepted it and moved on with their lives. Well, at least that's what I did.
#19 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well I'm writing my own story so thats why Tumblr is so hot and bothered by me

I'm gonna re-write all 4 books. Its gonna take a lot of money...but who cares
#22 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here.

I agree with your Asami interpretation, at least in S1 and some of S2. I was honestly expecting her to become a villain, especially after Korra stole her man. However, by the latter half of the series she really does become a genuinely nice character and develops a really strong relationship with Korra (as either close friends or lovers, however you want to interpret it as),at the cost of becoming more of a background character and just yeah, as you said "a getaway driver". So, the fanbase seeing her as just a getaway driver is because that's literally what she becomes.

But your Asami really could have happened, albeit in a much more kid-friendly way.

Your comparison to Kyoko, however, is not really valid. She's not a loli, and I've never seen a single person say that she serves no purpose other than being cute. In fact, in the series she's an asshole and portrayed as the villain for the majority of her screentime. It's only towards the end of the series that she has a change of heart and starts to work with the others rather than against them It's only in the movie (which is where my profile gif originate from) that she shows a bit of her cute side, but she doesn't play a very large part in the movie and it's not the same universe and therefore not the same version of her as in the series anyway.

So the assumption that people make when they think of Asami is justified because it's exactly how she was written in the latter half of the series, wasted potential or not. Kyoko, on the other hand, is also usually interpreted exactly how she was written, so the example doesnt really work.
User avatar #20 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Alright well good luck with that. Many people are going to be irked by Asami's complete 180 change in personality, but as long as you're not trying to shove it down their throats, none of them have any right to get in your way.
#21 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
not my fault Asami has all this potential and the fanbase just looks at her and sees "Yep. Get away driver."

Its like if Kyoko was just looked upon as "Yep. Loli. You serve no purpose other than being cute"

>B-but I can do magic

Yep. You're only good for being cute
#12 - I understand how some of the fans of the show would be kinda u…  [+] (10 new replies) 02/06/2015 on thatphatkid's profile 0
#13 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Apparently my own little non canon world is ground for calling me Psychotic

I fucking hate Korra. She the dumbest main character I have ever seen in a show and Tumblr doesn't see this they just see "Strong female brown skin protagonist"

Fuck off Tumblr I hate you
User avatar #14 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
And that's why I try to stay away from expressing opinions on the internet. Everybody always thinks they're right and have no respect for anybody else's. It sucks because it's hard to discuss anything in detail without throwing in your subjective views every once in a while, but as soon as you do the conversation just turns into a shitstorm.
#15 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Its not like Tumblr cares about this show being actually good they wanna push an agenda

Look...Neither of these two are canon lesbians. Tumblr created that because apparently all women need to scissor each other forgetting the fact I doubt any of the ham beasts that frequent tumblr are even remotely loved

This is showing their sexual frustration.
User avatar #16 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
To be fair... ignoring tumblr for a second here...

Sure the ending of the show definitely did not explicitly state that there is any romantic relationship between Asami and Korra at all... but you don't need to be a ham beast or someone trying to push an agenda to see that it could definitely be implied. When an ending is left open-ended like that it's only fair to let people interpret it however they want to, so long as they can respect other people's interpretations.

I understand your frustration with tumblr and the feminazis that frequent it, but grouping everybody who interprets the ending that way with them is going a little too far. If you want to save yourself from some unnecessary frustration, I would recommend to stop going on tumblr, or to just ignore all the unreasonable idiots.
#17 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
That's pretty sound reasoning but you don't need to go on Tumblr to sniff tumblr influence

Think about it. This shit is all over the media now
User avatar #18 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
I agree that there were many people going crazy over that supposed Korrasami ending, but it seems like most of that just comes from the shock value of it being in a kid's show (well maybe not so much of a kid's show but regardless it aired on nick and was rated TV Y-7). Using it as propaganda to promote gay rights is on the extreme side, but the people that try to do that are a minority. I haven't looked into it that much but it seems to me that most reasonable people, regardless of how they interpreted the ending, just accepted it and moved on with their lives. Well, at least that's what I did.
#19 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well I'm writing my own story so thats why Tumblr is so hot and bothered by me

I'm gonna re-write all 4 books. Its gonna take a lot of money...but who cares
#22 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here.

I agree with your Asami interpretation, at least in S1 and some of S2. I was honestly expecting her to become a villain, especially after Korra stole her man. However, by the latter half of the series she really does become a genuinely nice character and develops a really strong relationship with Korra (as either close friends or lovers, however you want to interpret it as),at the cost of becoming more of a background character and just yeah, as you said "a getaway driver". So, the fanbase seeing her as just a getaway driver is because that's literally what she becomes.

But your Asami really could have happened, albeit in a much more kid-friendly way.

Your comparison to Kyoko, however, is not really valid. She's not a loli, and I've never seen a single person say that she serves no purpose other than being cute. In fact, in the series she's an asshole and portrayed as the villain for the majority of her screentime. It's only towards the end of the series that she has a change of heart and starts to work with the others rather than against them It's only in the movie (which is where my profile gif originate from) that she shows a bit of her cute side, but she doesn't play a very large part in the movie and it's not the same universe and therefore not the same version of her as in the series anyway.

So the assumption that people make when they think of Asami is justified because it's exactly how she was written in the latter half of the series, wasted potential or not. Kyoko, on the other hand, is also usually interpreted exactly how she was written, so the example doesnt really work.
User avatar #20 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Alright well good luck with that. Many people are going to be irked by Asami's complete 180 change in personality, but as long as you're not trying to shove it down their throats, none of them have any right to get in your way.
#21 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
not my fault Asami has all this potential and the fanbase just looks at her and sees "Yep. Get away driver."

Its like if Kyoko was just looked upon as "Yep. Loli. You serve no purpose other than being cute"

>B-but I can do magic

Yep. You're only good for being cute
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User avatar #1 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Hello
User avatar #2 to #1 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
uh...Hi
User avatar #23 to #2 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Gee its not like she has a violent grudge against her father for being a terrorist or some **** ...oh wait

Well its not like her mother got burned alive or anything...oh wait

What the **** Nick this is not how you write trauma.

Where is Asami's irrational hatrid toward fire benders and triad. I'm not even talking all benders JUST fire benders.

If this is 1920's New York Esque setting where the **** are the tommy guns?

Why doesn't Asami quietly medicate herself to keep herself calm otherwise her emotions will cause her to go out of control

So much potential just being sat on not used
User avatar #24 to #23 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Suffering trauma does not always result in someone being psychologically ****** up.

She dislikes her dad because he used her mom's death as an excuse to become an equalist. Why would she want to become like that? There are plenty of people who lost family members in terrorist attacks (I'll just use 9/11 as an example), but that doesn't mean that they all have violent grudges against all muslims now; they realize that the actions of some /=/ the views of all. Asami shouldn't hate ALL firebenders just because some of them are terrible people.

Sure Asami's situation was rough and the writers could have very easily made her become blinded by hatred and vengaence as a result, and nobody would have blamed them because it makes sense.

But they didn't, and the way that they did end up writing her is not at all bad. In fact, it's probably safe to say that more people who suffer trauma end up reacting like Asami does rather than becoming psychopaths as a result.

Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against what you're writing; it takes a lot more creativity than those who are currently spending their time writing mindless Korrasami hentai. I'm just trying to be fair and defend this viewpoint from any undeserving criticism.
#25 to #24 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well **** it we're doing things differently

I'm gonna make Hiroshi the biggest uncaring asshole ever
User avatar #3 to #2 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Who might that girl in your profile pic be?
User avatar #4 to #3 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Kyoko from Madoka Magica
User avatar #5 to #4 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Your waifu is adorable.
User avatar #6 to #5 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Haha thanks, but unfortunately I don't have a waifu. She's just one of my few favorite characters.
User avatar #7 to #6 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
That classifies as a Waifu no matter the technicality of it

Sorry if it seems like I am crashing your profile I'm murr and I am bored as ****

You got time to talk?
User avatar #8 to #7 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
In my opinion, calling somebody your waifu implies that she's somebody that you would want a romantic relationship with. That's not the case for Kyoko, or any other female characters that I consider to be among my favorites.

Anyway, yeah I got time to talk. What's up?
User avatar #9 to #8 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
I wouldn't want a romantic relationship with my waifu I just enjoy watching her be an evil, materialistic sociopath with violent outbursts of rage

nothing much reading all the death threats I got from Tumblr in the mail

This Ham Beasts think I may or may not be insane
User avatar #10 to #9 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Hahahahah I haven't actually heard them referred to as "Ham Beasts" before. That's a good one. What did you do to piss em off?
#11 to #10 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
They don't like the artwork of my waifu and they know about my alcoholic problem

Alcohol helps me think of the scripts while my friend draws the picture
User avatar #12 to #11 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
I understand how some of the fans of the show would be kinda upset in seeing Asami painted in a pretty negative light like that, but that's definitely no reason to start making death threats. But then again its tumblr so I really wouldn't expect much else.

And I'm sure that writers using the influence of alcohol and/or drugs to inspire them for their work is not at all uncommon. I couldn't imagine people writing some of the **** that I've seen while sober.
#13 to #12 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Apparently my own little non canon world is ground for calling me Psychotic

I ******* hate Korra. She the dumbest main character I have ever seen in a show and Tumblr doesn't see this they just see "Strong female brown skin protagonist"

**** off Tumblr I hate you
User avatar #14 to #13 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
And that's why I try to stay away from expressing opinions on the internet. Everybody always thinks they're right and have no respect for anybody else's. It sucks because it's hard to discuss anything in detail without throwing in your subjective views every once in a while, but as soon as you do the conversation just turns into a ********* .
#15 to #14 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Its not like Tumblr cares about this show being actually good they wanna push an agenda

Look...Neither of these two are canon lesbians. Tumblr created that because apparently all women need to scissor each other forgetting the fact I doubt any of the ham beasts that frequent tumblr are even remotely loved

This is showing their sexual frustration.
User avatar #16 to #15 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
To be fair... ignoring tumblr for a second here...

Sure the ending of the show definitely did not explicitly state that there is any romantic relationship between Asami and Korra at all... but you don't need to be a ham beast or someone trying to push an agenda to see that it could definitely be implied. When an ending is left open-ended like that it's only fair to let people interpret it however they want to, so long as they can respect other people's interpretations.

I understand your frustration with tumblr and the feminazis that frequent it, but grouping everybody who interprets the ending that way with them is going a little too far. If you want to save yourself from some unnecessary frustration, I would recommend to stop going on tumblr, or to just ignore all the unreasonable idiots.
#17 to #16 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
That's pretty sound reasoning but you don't need to go on Tumblr to sniff tumblr influence

Think about it. This **** is all over the media now
User avatar #18 to #17 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
I agree that there were many people going crazy over that supposed Korrasami ending, but it seems like most of that just comes from the shock value of it being in a kid's show (well maybe not so much of a kid's show but regardless it aired on nick and was rated TV Y-7). Using it as propaganda to promote gay rights is on the extreme side, but the people that try to do that are a minority. I haven't looked into it that much but it seems to me that most reasonable people, regardless of how they interpreted the ending, just accepted it and moved on with their lives. Well, at least that's what I did.
#19 to #18 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
Well I'm writing my own story so thats why Tumblr is so hot and bothered by me

I'm gonna re-write all 4 books. Its gonna take a lot of money...but who cares
#22 to #19 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here.   
   
I agree with your Asami interpretation, at least in S1 and some of S2. I was honestly expecting her to become a villain, especially after Korra stole her man. However, by the latter half of the series she really does become a genuinely nice character and develops a really strong relationship with Korra (as either close friends or lovers, however you want to interpret it as),at the cost of becoming more of a background character and just yeah, as you said "a getaway driver". So, the fanbase seeing her as just a getaway driver is because that's literally what she becomes.   
   
But your Asami really could have happened, albeit in a much more kid-friendly way.   
   
Your comparison to Kyoko, however, is not really valid. She's not a loli, and I've never seen a single person say that she serves no purpose other than being cute. In fact, in the series she's an asshole and portrayed as the villain for the majority of her screentime. It's only towards the end of the series that she  has a change of heart and starts to work with the others rather than against them It's only in the movie (which is where my profile gif originate from) that she shows a bit of her cute side, but she doesn't play a very large part in the movie and  it's not the same universe and therefore not the same version of her as in the series anyway.   
   
So the assumption that people make when they think of Asami is justified because it's exactly how she was written in the latter half of the series, wasted potential or not. Kyoko, on the other hand, is also usually interpreted exactly how she was written, so the example doesnt really work.
Won't let me reply to your newest comment so I'll do it here.

I agree with your Asami interpretation, at least in S1 and some of S2. I was honestly expecting her to become a villain, especially after Korra stole her man. However, by the latter half of the series she really does become a genuinely nice character and develops a really strong relationship with Korra (as either close friends or lovers, however you want to interpret it as),at the cost of becoming more of a background character and just yeah, as you said "a getaway driver". So, the fanbase seeing her as just a getaway driver is because that's literally what she becomes.

But your Asami really could have happened, albeit in a much more kid-friendly way.

Your comparison to Kyoko, however, is not really valid. She's not a loli, and I've never seen a single person say that she serves no purpose other than being cute. In fact, in the series she's an asshole and portrayed as the villain for the majority of her screentime. It's only towards the end of the series that she has a change of heart and starts to work with the others rather than against them It's only in the movie (which is where my profile gif originate from) that she shows a bit of her cute side, but she doesn't play a very large part in the movie and it's not the same universe and therefore not the same version of her as in the series anyway.

So the assumption that people make when they think of Asami is justified because it's exactly how she was written in the latter half of the series, wasted potential or not. Kyoko, on the other hand, is also usually interpreted exactly how she was written, so the example doesnt really work.
User avatar #20 to #19 - thatphatkid (02/06/2015) [-]
Alright well good luck with that. Many people are going to be irked by Asami's complete 180 change in personality, but as long as you're not trying to shove it down their throats, none of them have any right to get in your way.
#21 to #20 - murrlogic (02/06/2015) [-]
not my fault Asami has all this potential and the fanbase just looks at her and sees "Yep. Get away driver."

Its like if Kyoko was just looked upon as "Yep. Loli. You serve no purpose other than being cute"

>B-but I can do magic

Yep. You're only good for being cute
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