>look at me, I'm edgy because I don't like what other people like.
A good friend of mine explicitly avoided Undertale solely because of how insufferable its fanbase was [is]... he finally played it after I convinced him that the rabid, obnoxious fans were the same reason I ignored it for a while, and he wound up loving it.
I'm not trying to convince you to play UT. Honestly, some of its plot points/twists are a little predictable, and some of its humor relies on knowledge of a few internet tropes and memes... it's not specifically the masterpiece some people make it out to be, but it is fun, and I thought it was well worth my time).
My point is it's silly to avoid something just because you don't like its fans.
I saw Zootopia in the theater with a group of normal, non furry retard, friends. I'm a grown-ass man, I smoked a couple bowls before we went into the theater, and I watched the fantasy, animated, fluffy animal movie. It was fun, it had some decent social commentary, some subversive humor, and (if you're a furfag) half the characters are fap-fodder for days.
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