That's just plain incorrect. What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs? is about the actual audience speculation that a creator used drugs. Though that page still needs an audience reaction banner, it is not subjective, and it can be tuned up to eleven.
Why is Ass Pull a YMMV?
I mean, the title & description are harsh, but basically it boils down to "critical development happens without foreshadowing". This isn't any more open to dispute than the average "objective" trope.
edited 18th Nov '10 12:22:51 PM by TripleElation
Pretentious quote || In-joke from fandom you've never heard of || Shameless self-promotion || Something weird you'll habituate to
Yeah, we're pretty much not interested in Fetish Fuel outside of Tales; it is way too small-group a focus. I mean, most of the stuff could be just something one guy finds hot. Anyway, listening to some guy drool on about his fetish is just boring or annoying for people who don't share the kink. Which is going to be most readers.
Full respect, of course, for people to be as kinked as they want to be. Go Team Kink!
Sturgeons Tropes: The reasoning to the inclusion of most of the tropes is based in the reaction of the audience- including objective tropes(as Status Quo Is God and Flat Character). Beyond this, if a specific use of a trope was good or bad is subjective.