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I went camping alone once; okay not really 'camping' because I stayed in a small windowless log cabin, but either way it was what an outdoors man like me would do. I love camping/cabin staying; and I've been here many times before and will continue to camp here many times more in the future. But at night while I was about to go to sleep there was a knock on the door. Why would there be a knock on the door way out here in the woods? I proceeded to answer the door, only for nobody to be there. I figured there must be some joker out there so I grabbed my rifle and stayed awake for awhile, who knows what weirdo would knock on a door at night in a remote are like this, until I couldn't any longer and fell right to sleep. The next morning went for several hikes and did other outdoorsy things; it was fun. But eventually night fell and so I went to fall asleep only for my cabin's door to get knocked right down. I ran around looking for what or who could possibly have knocked my door down. I didn't find a single clue. I decided to stay up with my rifle, so I did until shortly after the crack of dawn.
I woke up late into the evening. I figured I'd be up all night and maybe have another strange night. I grabbed my rifle and sat on my cot and waited. For a while nothing happened until suddenly I heard a very very VERY loud woman's scream and then a frightening moaning. I ran outside with my rifle and looked around, only to discover an honest to goodness old abandoned mine. How in the world have a not seen this before? But as I looked at the old mine, there inside I saw a man who looked like one of those prospectors from the 1851 gold rush. He said to me that he was sorry for scaring me for the last two nights but he was afraid I was after his ancestor's old mine. I told him I wasn't, and I didn't even know this old mine was here even though I've stayed at this cabin many times before and thought I knew this land well. But then he told me that I was trespassing on his land.
1. Sometimes writers take characters and treat them like they're younger than they really are. Theoretically it's to have these characters more appeasing to younger audiences, but really it just comes off as disturbing. Imagine if a 22 year old acted like a 4 year old in real life; it wouldn't end well. Sure you can have them act childishly, but there's acting childishly and then there's actually acting like a child.
Examples: Spongebob Squarepants: New Student Starfish; Equestria Girls; My Little Pony: Testing Testing 1 2 3; Adventures Of Sonic The Hedgehog: Mama Robotnik Returns; Teen Titans Go: Boys Vs Girls
2. Bad romance: Sometimes writers write what they believe is romantic, but instead comes off as disgusting, immoral, forced, etc.
Examples: Bee Movie; The Twilight Saga; Peter Jackson's The Hobbit; Equestria Girls; Spongebob Squarepants: To Love A Patty
3. Blindly portraying hunters as villains. Hunting isn't an immoral action anymore than drawing a picture is an immoral action.
Examples: Wallace And Gromit: The Curse Of The Wererabbit; Bambi; The Fox And The Hound; Futurama: The Birdbot Of Ice-Catraz; The Simpson's: Lisa The Vegetarian