No, friendship is NOT about “supporting your friends even when you know they’re wrong.”
That’s not friendship. That’s being an enabler. That’s being an accomplice.
Friendship is loving someone enough to tell them to stop being a goddamn idiot before they ruin their lives.
Here is a list of things I can’t do: Play any instrument, dance, run, write music, clean, cook, sing, any form of math whatsoever, keep anything organized, interact socially with others, control my food intake in any capacity, adequately aim my pee, get motivated, have good hygiene, feel comfortable in clothing, force myself to like carrots, drive (seriously, I’m 26 and I don’t know how to drive), exercise, draw any type of realistic anatomy, draw anything that isn’t cartoony-stylized whatsoever, remember my girlfriend’s birthday, hear very well, see very well, get a good night’s sleep, touch my toes, do a push-up, fill out forms, care about important things, read without losing interest, be out in the sun, take my shirt off in public, make more money, lift heavy things, call someone on a telephone, feel compassion or love.
I have some Smash Bros 4 demo codes leftover. if anyone wants one just ask me
Funimation: *whispers* you should be watching.
Me: *whispers* I am