The whole thing was about Arthur dealing with his prejudices and discovering the truth about his parents. It’s not really ha-ha material, you know? And there was plenty of humour where it was appropriate. This person did say a couple of nice things too but that’s just irked me. If it was a characterisation thing then at least it could be constructive but ‘not funny enough’ is just misunderstanding the entire point.

The whole thing was about Arthur dealing with his prejudices and discovering the truth about his parents. It’s not really ha-ha material, you know? And there was plenty of humour where it was appropriate. This person did say a couple of nice things too but that’s just irked me. If it was a characterisation thing then at least it could be constructive but ‘not funny enough’ is just misunderstanding the entire point.

  1. thestarkinhighgarden-archive said: Ugh that sucks :(( i think people make those comments without thinking sometimes and while that doesn’t make it better, at least it’s unlikely to be purposely offensive?
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