I’ve always wondered how I would react to my first Hate Mail (or in this case, hate comment).
Now, granted, it is about my beloved Gumball, and the pattern that took me a fair amount of time to work out. However, the customary (and well adhered to) form of the hate mail (i.e. impossible spelling, punctuation, grammar, capitalization, and just general incoherence) have softened the blow considerably. Here I will reproduce it, in it’s full glory, a comment from mickayla:
they are so ugly cuz i m,ade one and it turned out to be a himalion
(By the way, what exactly is a himalion? Is it a wildly speculative version of humiliation? Or perhaps it is an exotic species of lion, residing in Tibet, the heights of the Himalayas… sounds like a cool thing for it to “turn out” to be.)
Now, maybe mickayla is just in a bad mood from living right next to that airfield right outside Sacramento. Perhaps it broke her concentration and caused the pattern to “turn out” to be something other than what was intended. We may never know.
Someone should really write a hate mail generator. Into it, you can write your carefully reasoned, meticulously spell-checked arguments and rebuttals (such as, perhaps, “Dear sir/madam, I must respectfully disagree with your assessment of the movie in question, I thought it was poorly plotted and overly melodramatic. However, to each his own!”), and it will provide you with an appropriately formatted hate mail, something along the lines of: heY,, your retardd and you baby is ugly anywa,y, get a life CUZ YOU SUXK LOSER!!11!!!!!!!!1!
(Oooh, look, something sort of similar to this, but perhaps just a tad less coherent.)
To my dear, first troll (really more like a baby troll, isn’t she cute?): I’m sorry you were disappointed. I sure do appreciate your effort to confirm that my pattern was indeed ugly by making one yourself. That’s going the extra mile, for sure!