Hi! If you're here you must be curious as to who in blazes I am. Well, checking this profile sure as hell won't help you..XD
Anyhow, this account was created mainly for leaving reviews for those awesome writers out there!
Maybe I'll get to writing someday, but don't hold your breath.. really.. don't.
Pairings I like to read:
I'm a regular canon supporter, only with some exceptions for my favorite characters. *cough*Ai Haibara*cough*
Pairings I abhor:
Pairings I like are mostly based on a character's dedication and commitment to their other half. The main reason I hate other pairing is when the integrity of this dedication is in question, and therefore, the character's integrity become questionable as well. Normally, I'd hate them even if implied, but most of the time, as rebound relationships. But not all of course. I'm vindictive that way.
RenRuki - My main fandom would be IchiRuki, but if that doesn't pan out, I'm all for ByaRuki. I love Renji. I do. I might even be willing to pawn Byakuya and Ichigo off him, but no, not Rukia. It's actually more incestuous than ByaRuki will ever be. There's plenty of negativity to a RenRuki. These two have a certain level of insecurity when put together that can only lead to a downward spiral. It's unhealthy. Judging from their history together, Renji failed her before, and he keeps getting insecure in failing her again and is not even all too confident to fight for her, which, in the end is not awe inspiring or even remotely romantic.
IchiHime - It's all sorts of wrong. There's just too much depth in Ichigo that it doesn't make sense for him to just settle with someone insecure AND dependent. I don't think He would be the man that he is if he was in close relationship with a person like Orihime. The pressure would destroy his spirit and would be contradictory to his character development including his confidence. Just looking at the Kurosaki household, you would realize that he's surrounded by independent but supportive people. I don't think he's sick enough in the head to milk the Hero status thrown at him.
Peeta/Delly - More specifically, an emotional relationship post-hijack or post-Everlark/main story pairing(not necessarily Everlark, I like Underlark, Other!Everlark, and although I don't really read slash, I must say Cato/Peeta is Peetato.. xD).
Peeta has been emotionally damaged and rejected by his mother since day one, any emotional attachment would make sense pre-Everlark. But for people to write him to go running to Delly's arms for emotional reassurance after Katniss is just DEGRADING(Katniss actually reminds me of how emotionally constipated his mother is, unfortunately, Peeta seems to have a complex, Oh Peeta T-T). Pairing him to a one layer character like Delly or even an OC is really quite an INSULT.
He's dedicated and loyal. That's what makes him Peeta Mellark after all, steady, reassuring and dependable, a constant if you will. He's a complex character, kind and compassionate, yet at the same time has the ability to manipulate and lie without batting an eyelash. You don't get that good at it if you're not attuned to your dark side. Selfishly selfless.
SasuSaku - It's canon, I know. But what the fuck? I like characters shaped by their history, but the way this pairing turned out just makes me disgust Sasuke. He became flaky to me at this point. It probably ruined him for me altogether, so now I don't even like his character anymore. So in the end, I just find seeing this pairing an eyesore.
Detective Conan / Case Closed:
MitsuhikoAi - Now this one is just insulting. I hate it the idea of it. Let me clarify though, one-sided Mitsuhiko is fine, that's just a crush, but for Ai to reciprocate it.. there is NOTHING remotely cute or adorable about that. It's not the gap per se, I don't really find age gaps questionable in the long run, but more of the timing, especially at this stage of their life, the kid is seven and she ten years her senior, a beautiful accomplished teenager. For people to expect her to develop any romantic attraction to him is just sick.
[formerly, blooded wyngs*3.21.2013]