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You spend quite a bit of time at this website, but it actually enhances your life instead.
Alternatively: TV Tropes did ruin your life. But it sucked anyway and now you can start a new one.
The site has made you Genre Savvy enough to realize its effect, so now you won't visit it any more.
Double Subverted: ...which makes you continue coming to this site for longer and longer periods of time, until you discover you've spent eight hours pressing "random article."
You read one article and the next thing you know 80 years have passed and you've read every single page on the wiki.
Writing blues songs about your spouse, children and dog leaving you because you're always reading TV Tropes, losing your job and being evicted. And now you're sitting in the street, still troping from a web-enabled cellphone.
You realized how much TV Tropes ruins lives, and vowed to fight its evil influence, and free the trapped minds it holds in its thrall!
You accidentally come here, and close the tab immediately, and apparently 80 years have passed.
People realize how much TV Tropes ruin people's lives. Thus, it ends up being hated by the entirety of the internet.
...but it turns out the long amount of time you spend on TV Tropes was just a symptom of depression, not the cause. After getting treatment for your depression, you thereafter only devote a reasonable amount of time to the wiki. Your vocabulary is shot, though.
At one time when you go on TV Tropes while the server crashed, you yell "I'M FREE!"
But then people realize the value of moderation. You can still trope on Sundays!
Your parents tell you to get off the computer and go play outside. You do anyway on your internet enabled cell phone.
You make a t-shirt using the picture on the main page.
Played For Drama: Your wife divorces from you, you lost your job but you couldn't stop troping. You begin to sell your clothes and furnitures to buy fast-food in order to not to interrupt your troping.