Ouch. That hurts, in a really non-painful sort of way. Besides, Spinnie, saying “fuck” for emphasis is so over-used. :rolleyes:
I guess I should clear some things up, though. I never said that you couldn’t bitch about pop culture, I just said that, unless you can matter-of-factly state what you’re talking about, people ain’t gonna take you too serioiusly.
Case in point: if somebody makes a quote from Tommy Boy, and you say “God, Adam Sandler quotes, and thus all of pop culture, are soooo overused and stupid,” the teller of said quote will merely laugh at you, and not consider your point, since it’s a Chris Farley quote. True, that doesn’t matter in the long run, but it’s gonna be a bitch trying to get that person to take you seriously again.
I think you definitely need to give your definition of “pop culture,” before you do anything. As Nimune pointed out, The Simpsons is a bit of a different breed than Sandler, but they are quite definitely pop culture. Likewise, Dylan songs, despite how much meaning they have, are, to an extent, pop culture.
Telling all of pop culture to get bent is, in a sense, rebelling against that whole free will, self-expression thing. Might wanna narrow your borders before you piss alot of people off.