Vicious nostalgia, to the point of screaming at people who are not as nostalgic as you. If one more person starts talking about how 90s cartoons were better (they, by and large, were no better or worse than the cartoons of the 80s, the 00s, or the 10s) or how the only real pokémon were the first 151 (there are no real pokémon, they’re all exactly as fake), I might scream. There were some great things in the past, but things aren’t automatically better simply by merit of having been around when you were five.
Vicious Jennifer Lawrence bandwagoning. She’s a human being, just like you and me, and y’all shouldn’t be yelling at people when they point out her mistakes.
The word “YOLO.” It got old quicker than Charlie Sheen and “tiger blood” jokes. Stop saying “YOLO,” everyone, for your own good.
Fancasting for the Hunger Games. Honestly, most of the reason I want to know who’s playing Finnick sooner rather than later is so I can stop seeing all the graphics people have made using incredibly pale actors.
Lists that attempt to evoke nostalgia by saying “CAN YOU BELIEVE X WAS Y YEARS AGO?!” Especially since most of those say “Half a decade” trying to make 5 years sound bigger. It’s ridiculous. Things that came out or happened 5 years ago don’t seem new, they seem like they came out around 5 years ago. I’m never surprised to find these things out. Please stop making these lists.
The song “Don’t Stop Believin’,” although I feel like I’ll be sick of this song until the day I die.