Someone mentioned it above.One thing I couldn’t get past in her video is when she was talking about the original little mermaid. The prince isn’t interested in Arial simply because he isn’t attracted to her, then says that’s clearly a parallel to how gay men feel? Completely forgetting that sometimes, you can just not be attracted to someone. I got some serious nice girl vibes from that covered up as ‘it’s the gay actually’.
Breadtube lacks so much passion, and it's so obvious. Her and her peers never sound like they are actually enjoying themselves. At the very least with TGWTG, as autistic and bullshit as that all was, you could at least sometimes see weird little people doing or talking about something that brought them joy. And as bad as the effects, and acting, and writing were, people were still drawn to it because it felt like you were in a spot on the internet where people liked the same autismo shit you liked, and it didn't have this godawful air of trying to be "groundbreaking" or "a insightful look into the human condition", a lot of times, it was just the Cinema Snob talking about E.T. porn, or the Nostalgia Critic shooting Casper the Friendly Ghost.
Lindsay's part of a crowd that has a tendency to see things through a certain lens. They can never be as they are.It's tiring to constantly see Millennial Irony. I wish people could actually like stuff just for the sake of liking stuff again, and not always feel like they have to intellectually justify it.