Top Ten (#10) Clichés I Hate
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This week is a freebie, so I can choose whatever topic I want. And what did I chose? The clichéd clichés.
I blame myself
The character thinks everything is her mistake. Everything is my fault, I'm sorry; I'm sorry the moon comes out at night, I should've known that you want to see it in the morning. Or something along those lines. I'm so sick of reading characters with this kind of thinking.
Character A met and fall in love with character B but then character C came along and ruined the equation. Jesus Christ.
Perfect heroes are typically found in fantasy/dysopian books. The hero is strong, smart, gorgeous, sexy, mesmerizing (or everything that screams I'm better than anyone) and everything basically revolves around this character. I'm the long lost daughter of your king, you pheasant or The villain have never lost in a battle before but the newbie defeated him.
The heroine basically worships the hero even if he's a fucking douche. And this douche have a very tragic past that justify his douchey-ness. Then come along the boy-next-door that helped the heroine all throughout but bad boys always win, don't they?
Mean popular people, anti-social smart people, it's tiring seeing them be categorized.
Small things/people, great responsibility
All the important stuff or powers are in one small thing and only one person can save the situation. Really? Really? Really?
Enemies turned lovers
Sworn enemies was paired together somewhere and they found out that they are wrong with their assumption that the other person is a stuck-up bitch or an asshole because they gave a sob story.
Black and white
The protagonist is right and that definitely means that the antagonist is wrong and evil.
Princes/s as paupers
The prince/princess disguises themselves and no one notices.
Miscommunication leads to fall out
Protagonist says, You don't have to say it, I already know what you'll say. You can go with him/her and spread cotton candy rainbows.