Anonymous asked: That plodding awful romance that was Makorra happened, that glorified the asshole Mako. Only the most depraved people who only operate on hormones like him anymore. "He's sexy dat means he can treat women like shit ecks dee" Fuck Mako. He's scum of the earth. Bolin 4 lfye
Okay. Anon. Listen to me for a minute. No man can treat a woman like shit. Ever. And vice versa. It’s wrong. But he isn’t treating either one like shit! At least not on purpose, if you can’t fully agree with me on that one. But he’s human. Humans make mistakes. For ten long years, he had to protect not only himself, but his brother from the cold, harsh streets they then knew as home. He became cautious and distrustful of everyone around him except his brother. He even became distrustful of himself, most likely. And when he was first with Asami, Korra kissed HIM. He kissed her back, yes, but that was out of instinct. Asami needed him, so of course he didn’t tell her. Would you tell your girlfriend/boyfriend (who just lost their only parent) something that could be easily dropped and forgotten, and wouldn’t mean life-or-death of his relationship? I know that I would not know how to tell someone that. And before you go on analyzing the show, why don’t you take a look at society first? Society is fucked up. Just last week, my best-friend’s boyfriend tried to have sex with another girl (whom he presumed didn’t know my best friend) and then tried to cover it up. He lied to my friend’s sister (who found out because the girl told her) at least five times in one text message about it. But anyways, considering it makes so much more sense to analyze someone’s hard work and creativity, which in all honesty, Mike and Bryan didn’t even have to make in the first place and we would only have A:TLA, and also back to being human, ask yourself, “How many mistakes have I made in my lifetime?”
or, “Why am I talking about a children’s show like it’s supposed to be the fucking book on how to be a good and moral and perfect person?” Honestly. That second question is what you’re implying it should be. Final thought: I don’t mind answering this, but if you really wanted to voice your opinion, you wouldn’t be a sissy bitch and be on anon. Where is it getting you? Or are you just ashamed to voice what you’re thinking?