Main The Complainer Is Always Wrong Discussion

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03:35:54 AM May 22nd 2015
  • In Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Bloo is the only one to be on to Bendy being, well, a total prick. Nobody believes Bloo. Even when he proves that Bendy was guilty, Bloo screws himself by proving it in the most convoluted way possible and ends up destroying most of the house while Bendy stole a cookie.

He wasn't the only one, Wilt, Edd, and Coco also knew. Also, he wasn't portrayed as in the wrong for complaining, but for flooding the house.
09:27:59 PM Apr 8th 2015
edited by Mirgle
If the trope name was The Loner is Always Wrong, wouldn't it be more accurate with the description and most examples? It seems like the only reason it is called The Complainer is Always Wrong is the quote saying that phrase. Calling it The Loner Is Always Wrong would make the trope Exactly What It Says on the Tin.
09:56:35 AM Jul 19th 2014
Reading the description, this says that this is an example of Family-Unfriendly Aesop but says that this is a common moral. A Family-Unfriendly Aesop is not an unusual, non-stock moral?
01:03:03 AM Jun 24th 2016
Family-Unfriendly Aesop is a questionable moral, when encouraged action is not morally white. This Aesop suggests giving in to peer pressure, which doesland it in questionable territory. Whether or not it's common is irrelevant.
02:11:20 PM Aug 7th 2016
edited by MagBas
A common moral promoted by Moral Guardians.
08:18:53 PM Jun 27th 2013

  • A lot of children cartoons have an episode where everyone go out to play in the rain, but there's one kid who doesn't want to. By the end of the episode, they'll already have given in and left the house to frolic in the rain. Because everybody enjoys being dirty, muddy, and wet.

What exactly is this referring to? There's no shows named and I don't believe I've ever seen a cartoon do this, ever. So unless someone has an actual example of this happening it comes down.
02:36:51 AM Oct 7th 2010
edited by Camacan
Ignore this, I sorted it out already.
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