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Understanding The Craze - A debate (Page 9)

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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 4:20am | IP Logged
Honestly, I feel there are more levels of fan needed here: the normal and/or technologically averse kind that watch everyday and discuss it around the water cooler are probably the most sane of us all; they actually have some semblance of a balanced life. Unfortunately, by virtue of being on IF in any capacity, you've already crossed that line into the obsessive zone.

From there, it really does depend on where you are in life. Maturity plays a huge role in separating the online fans from the online fanatics, but one factor that seems to tip the scales is just how much overcompensation is going on. We're all filling some sort of void by forming such a deep attachment to an INDIAN SOAP...it's not healthy for anyone. But, recognising this and working towards ensuring that this show/obsession does not become your life should be (and seems to be) the goal of most online fans.

This is actually one of the main reasons I was in my self-imposed silence. There is a fine line between addiction and crazy; unfortunately, IF is an incredibly open forum, which forces you to face that darker side of fanaticism. Stern Smile 

Btw, great post Rockerchic! 


Edited by nonasi - 06 August 2012 at 4:26am

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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 4:34am | IP Logged
Originally posted by nonasi

Honestly, I feel there are more levels of fan needed here: the normal and/or technologically averse kind that watch everyday and discuss it around the water cooler are probably the most sane of us all; they actually have some semblance of a balanced life. Unfortunately, by virtue of being on IF in any capacity, you've already crossed that line into the obsessive zone.

From there, it really does depend on where you are in life. Maturity plays a huge role in separating the online fans from the online fanatics, but one factor that seems to tip the scales is just how much overcompensation is going on. We're all filling some sort of void by forming such a deep attachment to an INDIAN SOAP...it's not healthy for anyone. But, recognising this and working towards ensuring that this show/obsession does not become your life should be (and seems to be) the goal of most online fans.

This is actually one of the main reasons I was in my self-imposed silence. There is a fine line between addiction and crazy; unfortunately, IF is an incredibly open forum, which forces you to face that darker side of fanaticism. Stern Smile 

Btw, great post Rockerchic! 

Why am I not surprised seeing such an awesome response here and that too from you. Seriously lady, you've been able to hold your guard for too long by reading everything silently. You're definitely one up then all of us.
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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 4:40am | IP Logged
"There is a fine line between being a fan and being a fanatic. The former is a form of appriciation while the latter borders on crazy."


i love this line here LOL.

I think a fan is appreciating their work- adoring them - showering them with praise- saving their pictures - asking for their autograph- following them no matter the role they are playing- meeting them and just a hug or seeing them is good enough.

I think fanatic is - stalking the actor- fighting with anyone who makes a negative comment about them(sometimes leading to actual physical violence)- not distinguishing between reel and real life- thinking that you have a right over the actor(who he/she should date, who he/she should talk to, who he/she should marry etc)- crazy stuff like that is what i consider to be a fanatic.


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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 5:10am | IP Logged
Originally posted by nonasi

Honestly, I feel there are more levels of fan needed here: the normal and/or technologically averse kind that watch everyday and discuss it around the water cooler are probably the most sane of us all; they actually have some semblance of a balanced life. Unfortunately, by virtue of being on IF in any capacity, you've already crossed that line into the obsessive zone.

From there, it really does depend on where you are in life. Maturity plays a huge role in separating the online fans from the online fanatics, but one factor that seems to tip the scales is just how much overcompensation is going on. We're all filling some sort of void by forming such a deep attachment to an INDIAN SOAP...it's not healthy for anyone. But, recognising this and working towards ensuring that this show/obsession does not become your life should be (and seems to be) the goal of most online fans.

This is actually one of the main reasons I was in my self-imposed silence. There is a fine line between addiction and crazy; unfortunately, IF is an incredibly open forum, which forces you to face that darker side of fanaticism. Stern Smile

Btw, great post Rockerchic!

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I guess there's also the point that most of us here don't really have people to talk about IPK around the water cooler. Even within India it's not really cool to say I watch a Hindi soap. I get why people come here. I don't get why they go over the top.

Spending time on the internet is more or less a way of life now. Writing blogs and being crative is a really good way to balance out the short comings of real life. And here we do express our creative thoughts, the only difference is that it's through IPK. I would assume it's a norm in most metropolitan cities.

@MEji- In think thats a T-Shirt tag line in the making - Be Nonasi, Avoid Crazy. I think it has a nice ring to it, what say?
Also I would be heartbroken if MentalExotica wasn't in my comment list. Muje farak padtha hai, damn it!

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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 5:13am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Rockerchic

Originally posted by ArnaavKhushi22

There is one thing that I forgot to mention here, and people can disagree with me.

When arnav does all the manhandling, people find it extremely hot, but would you as a girl like to be pushed around places? I do agree that its hot when he pulls her towards him or the hugs her forcefully, but when arnav pulled khushi's neck or forces her to do things that are a bit out of hand, that freaks me out more then looking romantic. So fans that find even forcefulness in a couple as being romantic and wish they were in khushi's shoes at that point is what I find creepy!! I have NEVER seen a post describing how people DONT like the rough manhandling, instead people love this sort of abuse. I agree its a show so we shouldnt be taking it seriously but I think its important to draw a line between how much a guy can force a girl



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This so called manhandling takes on a very different meaning if you look at it in a very mature way especially in a world of people who are in physical relationships. In that world it will not be called abuse, force or rough manhandling. It is nothing to do with romance but what comes after. It is a new world we are living in now and people have become very bold in expressing themselves. I am not sure if I will be offending anyone by elaborating. So i will stop here.

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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 5:20am | IP Logged
Originally posted by charlotte74

Originally posted by Rockerchic

Originally posted by ArnaavKhushi22

There is one thing that I forgot to mention here, and people can disagree with me.

When arnav does all the manhandling, people find it extremely hot, but would you as a girl like to be pushed around places? I do agree that its hot when he pulls her towards him or the hugs her forcefully, but when arnav pulled khushi's neck or forces her to do things that are a bit out of hand, that freaks me out more then looking romantic. So fans that find even forcefulness in a couple as being romantic and wish they were in khushi's shoes at that point is what I find creepy!! I have NEVER seen a post describing how people DONT like the rough manhandling, instead people love this sort of abuse. I agree its a show so we shouldnt be taking it seriously but I think its important to draw a line between how much a guy can force a girl



.


This so called manhandling takes on a very different meaning if you look at it in a very mature way especially in a world of people who are in physical relationships. In that world it will not be called abuse, force or rough manhandling. It is nothing to do with romance but what comes after. It is a new world we are living in now and people have become very bold in expressing themselves. I am not sure if I will be offending anyone by elaborating. So i will stop here.


50 Shades ishhstyle? LOL Waise I guess ASR borders on being Grey w/o the red room of pain ofc. LOL

Edited by Rockerchic - 06 August 2012 at 5:21am

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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 5:39am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Rockerchic

Originally posted by charlotte74

Originally posted by Rockerchic

Originally posted by ArnaavKhushi22

There is one thing that I forgot to mention here, and people can disagree with me.

When arnav does all the manhandling, people find it extremely hot, but would you as a girl like to be pushed around places? I do agree that its hot when he pulls her towards him or the hugs her forcefully, but when arnav pulled khushi's neck or forces her to do things that are a bit out of hand, that freaks me out more then looking romantic. So fans that find even forcefulness in a couple as being romantic and wish they were in khushi's shoes at that point is what I find creepy!! I have NEVER seen a post describing how people DONT like the rough manhandling, instead people love this sort of abuse. I agree its a show so we shouldnt be taking it seriously but I think its important to draw a line between how much a guy can force a girl



.


This so called manhandling takes on a very different meaning if you look at it in a very mature way especially in a world of people who are in physical relationships. In that world it will not be called abuse, force or rough manhandling. It is nothing to do with romance but what comes after. It is a new world we are living in now and people have become very bold in expressing themselves. I am not sure if I will be offending anyone by elaborating. So i will stop here.


50 Shades ishhstyle? LOL Waise I guess ASR borders on being Grey w/o the red room of pain ofc. LOL

 
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Posted: 06 August 2012 at 5:59am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Rockerchic



I guess there's also the point that most of us here don't really have people to talk about IPK around the water cooler. Even within India it's not really cool to say I watch a Hindi soap. I get why people come here. I don't get why they go over the top.

Spending time on the internet is more or less a way of life now. Writing blogs and being crative is a really good way to balance out the short comings of real life. And here we do express our creative thoughts, the only difference is that it's through IPK. I would assume it's a norm in most metropolitan cities.

@MEji- In think thats a T-Shirt tag line in the making - Be Nonasi, Avoid Crazy. I think it has a nice ring to it, what say?
Also I would be heartbroken if MentalExotica wasn't in my comment list. Muje farak padtha hai, damn it!

I openly admit to watching ONE hindi soap to my friends and I get thrashed for it, imagine ME having to fight real life bashers LOL

I like that Tshirt tag.. Be Nonasi, Avoid Crazy!! Kudos.

Kyon farak padta hai? Kyonki baat aapki hai farak padta hai... samjhi tum...


Edited by MentalExotica - 06 August 2012 at 6:48am

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