Treating Opinions as Facts

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Treating Opinions as Facts
Welcome to Binky's Facts and Opinions! Do you know the difference between Facts and Opinions? Well these toxic individuals don't!
Nickname: Opinion “Factors”
Type: Toxic Move
Status: Very Active

We all have our own opinions and it's ok to have one. What's not ok is ignoring other people's tastes since not everyone has to like/hate certain things. It gets more annoying when people would treat their opinions like facts which we will be covering.

Why Their So-Called "Facts" Are False

  1. These idiots who do this move would try to act superior towards other people which is being egocentric for a number of reasons.
  2. According to them "popular opinion or what the critics say = everyone has to like/hate it". This is proof that they only care about themselves than others thus ignoring that not everyone has to like/hate certain products just because it's a popular opinion.
    • On a similar note, they think that "good opinion = good people or true fans or bad opinion = bad people or false fans".
  3. Many of them don't know the difference between fact and opinion. a fact is a thing that is known or proved to be true. An opinion, on the other hand, is a view formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge. With that said, they never bothered to know the difference.
  4. These dimwits who do this are either jackasses, conspiracy theorists, edgelords, internet trolls, manchildren, brain dead teenagers, and little kids. In fact, they still can't handle a different viewpoint.
  5. They would try to "correct" your impression. Although this depends on the opinion.
  6. If correcting is not enough, they can also force you to have the same mindset.
  7. To add more toxic waste to it, they can try to turn your opinion into a meme, impersonate you, or stereotype you.
  8. Sometimes, they would try to dislike bomb, false flags, or write hate comments to people who have a different assumption on YouTube.
    • Speaking of the YouTube comments, some comments can range from biased, poorly constructed, mean spirited (obviously), silly, sexist, ageist, xenophobic, transphobic, ableist, or racist.
  9. They are so strong that they will make other people feel left out and depressed all thanks to them.
  10. They are so toxic, they would cause so many fights on the internets and you can't stop them.
  11. Lots of circle-jerking since these dumbasses treat their opinions like the ten commandments.
  12. Some could even do vandalism which you should probably know by now.
  13. Two words: False Reviews.
  14. Thanks to them, they caused so much rampage to many communities including the music, comic book, anime, video game, cartoon, sports, and meme communities all at once.


  • Super Smash Bros. Fandom: They tend to have some heated arguments on who's going to be DLC and will lose their mind if one person wants a character they don't want. For example, Edelgard, Dimitri, or Claude from Fire Emblem Three Houses. Also, don't get us started with the Melee purists.
  • Star Wars Fandom: They revere the Original Trilogy, demonize the Prequel Trilogy (at first), and call the Sequel Trilogy plus Disney's handling of the franchise "trash". That's all we have to say.
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe Fandom: They would call every DC movie "bad" just because it's not the MCU. Examples include the comments section in Justice League as well as Infinity War and Endgame. They also often think that no one can like the DCEU or Arrowverse at all. No wonder that if you were to say "DCEU is shit", you get a lot of likes and comments agreeing with you. On the flip side, say "MCU is shit", you get a ton of hate comments.
  • Spider-Man Trilogy Fandom: The raimitards love to over exalt the trilogy and Tobey Maguire himself so much that they cannot tolerate different views on both the trilogy and Tobey. Not only that, they make up repetitive excuses to no end such as "Tobey >>>>> Tom". And don't get us started with The r/raimimemes subreddit.
  • Dragon Ball Fandom: They tend to post ">" comments to no end when they talk about each series or transformation too much. To add more toxicity, the DBZ Purists believe that "true Dragon Ball fans should stick to Z (or sometimes GT or DB which depends) and should ignore new Dragon Ball products". Basically, these nostalgia-tards are not true fans yet they act as they do.
  • Teen Titans Go! Hatedom: They hate this show so much that they will get butthurt if someones say you like it over another cartoon (for example, Gravity Falls, Teen Titans 2003, Steven Universe, etc). Seriously guys, let everyone have their own view of the show, it's not the end of the world if someone likes this show.
  • Sword Art Online: They act like the Teen Titans Go! hatedom but slightly different. SAO haters are so obsessed with their hatred of many of the characters like Kirito and Asuna or the entire anime itself that they will snap out at you like if you were a terrorist.
    • They also believe that anyone who likes Sword Art Online must be new to anime.
  • Michael Jackson Hatedom: They use the infamous Leaving Neverland movie just to show their hatred towards the King of Pop. It looks like these idiots don't realize that Leaving Neverland does have false information, yet they think it's true.
  • SuperMarioLogan Fandom: The Jeffy fanboys are very good at this, they think that hating Jeffy is wrong when they are just being self-centered. They also did a lot of bad things as well including bullying people.
  • Fortnite: Battle Royale Fandom: They think that you are not a true Gamer if you don't play/like Fortnite and claims that people who hate it are "memers" yet there are gamers that hate it too and they don't realize that there are mature haters of it.
  • Call of Duty Fandom: They think that any FPS game that features advanced movement of any type (e.g. sprinting, climbing) is stealing from Call of Duty. They also think that other FPS franchises are "rip-offs" of Call of Duty. They also love to label CoD players such as "noob", "camper", "scrub", "whale", "cheater", etc.
  • Nintendo Fandom: They make up lies such as "Nintendo saved the gaming industry", "Sony and Microsoft copy Nintendo", "Nintendo consoles are above all consoles", "hate Nintendo = Microsoft and Sony Fanboy", etc. They even overreacted to Nathaniel Bandy's "How Nintendo Triggers You!" or anyone who points out Nintendo's flaws. And don't get us started with the Urban Dictionary portion of this fandom.
  • Sony Interactive Entertainment Fandom: Much like the Nintendo Fanbase.
  • TheTopTens Community: No need to explain.
  • Paper Mario Fandom: The Thousand Year Door fanboys are a good example of this, they think that hating this game and preferring Sticker Star and Color Splash is a bad thing and will call you a "misunderstood idiot" whose opinion doesn't matter.
  • Jon Arbuckle (Garfield) Hatedom: They make up a ton of false facts about him such as him working for satan, Jon killed Lyman, Jon drinks dog semen, Jon abuses Garfield (such as trying to kill him), etc.
  • NatDexers claim that true Pokémon fans should shout out for the National Pokedex, which shows how self-centered they are. And they also accuse Game Freak of being greedy and claim that GF is on the same level as EA.
  • Love Hina Hatedom: They believe anyone who like the show is either a Feminist or someone who likes seeing characters getting abused.
  • Vic Mignogna Hatedom: Like Michael Jackson, they make up lies about him being a sexual predator.
  • Ecchi Anime Hatedom: Believes that anyone who likes Ecchi anime is either a pervert or a pedophile.
  • Tokyo Ghoul Fandom: They won't tolerate to bring full force against anyone who liked the anime adaptation over the manga.
  • High School DxD Hatedom: They believe that anyone who likes the series is a pervert, and even go as far as saying has never dated.
  • Mario Kart: Super Circuit Hatedom: They (mostly MK64 fans) think MK:SC is pointless and didn't introduce anything. When in reality, it actually introduced a lot of elements to the series. Including playing it on the go, retro tracks and even colored racers.
  • Bleach Fandom: Constantly spammed that "Bleach should have ended after Aizen's deafeat".
  • Demon Slayer Hatedom: Constantly spammed "The anime carried the trash manga".
  • Caillou Hatedom: They claim that nobody likes Caillou when people are allowed to enjoy it if they want, and just because it's a popular opinion to hate it doesn't mean that everyone should circlejerk that negative opinion.
  • COVID-19/Coronavirus Deniers: They claim that nobody believes in the virus, when more than a lot of the world’s population actually believe in it.
  • ElectricDragon505 (AniMat) Fandom: They think that people are dumb for liking a movie from Sony Pictures Animation or a movie that AniMat hates or for hating a movie that AniMat likes (However, this has become less likely after Spider-Verse, but they still do this).

The Meanings of Facts and Opinions


  • Facts are when you state something that is actually true.


  • Opinions are when you state your own opinion on something you like he/she/it, you are neutral to he/she/it, you are mediocre with he/she/it, and you dislike/hate he/she/it.


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Just Leon

one month ago
Score 1

Here are the meanings of facts and opinions.

Facts: Facts are when you state something that is actually true.

Opinions: Opinions are when you state your own opinion on something you like he/she/it, you are neutral to he/she/it, you are mediocre with he/she/it, and you dislike/hate he/she/it.