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You know when something’s bad, but you do it anyway?

… well… that’s me right now

I’ve been thinking about this for awhile after accidentally running into a Fanfiction MST site while doing research for a fanfiction a few months ago.

Fanfic MSTs just seem like a lot of fun when other people do them that it just gave me the idea that I should try it out.

And if you don’t know what MSTs are, it’s basically when you take something bad and make fun out of it. It’s kind of like what the Nostalgia Critic does.

And just in case anyone is concerned…

  • I promise NOT to MST bad Fanfictions from my friends no matter how bad they are (unless they’re okay with it)
  • Fanfiction MSTs done by me are not meant to hurt the author in anyway. It’s basically just for a good laugh so please do not feel bad.

Okay now on to other things.

If you’re wondering about the name of the blog and the tagline, I’ll be more than happy to explain.

“HIT THE BERSERK BUTTON!” came from two parts. The first part came from a TV Trope article called the”BERSERK BUTTON” and the other part of the phrase came from some place else so basically it’s just an unoriginal parody with some actual meaning to it (no telling, you figure it out :D)

“They see me trollin’, they hatin…” came from something I’ve been seeing around the internet. I personally think it’s a meme and it’s kinda catchy, don’t you think?

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She also has her own TV Tropes article as well.

Enjoy!

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