5."I hate the funny fat best friend or the quirky Black guy on the side or the smart Asian kid who has a cameo. Like damn, marginalized people can be the main characters in stories that aren't just about their trauma!"
7."The misunderstanding trope where the significant other walks in on their spouse doing something that looks kinda suspicious without context and goes, 'Wait, I can explain!' One to two hours later, their partner goes 'Why didn't you just tell me that you weren't cheating on me?' I think that's why I hate most rom-coms."
9."When people just park anywhere. When they're running into city hall or the courthouse or the police station or an airport or wherever, they just park here literally right in front of the front door. Not only is that illegal, it's not even physically possible in most cities/towns. They never show our heroes schlepping it from a parking garage two blocks away."
14."When a date is made, and they just conclude by 'Ok, see you tonight at 8!' Like, where are we meeting? What are we going to do? Do I have to have dinner before? Will it include drinking, so do I leave my car at home? What do I wear?"
15."When characters say 'You have to trust me' or 'There's no time to explain.' In 9 out of 10 cases there's definitely time to explain and the explanation would take less time than trying to convince the other party to just trust you."
16."I hate 'the evil guy sacrifices himself in the end so they are good!' trope. Like WTF, just because they died doesn't erase the abuse, murder, and terrible acts that they already committed. It's absolutely not a healthy way to portray people in real life either."
17."When the main character is randomly saved by some other character we haven't seen for the last 20 minutes who just sneaks up from behind and shoots or hits the villain over the head. And literally NOBODY heard them coming, even if it's wide-open in a field."
19."When someone is doing a lecture, their friend or colleague enters the room, and five seconds later the bell rings. The lecturer then gives instructions for the next lecture to the students while they are leaving the room."
20."When people have sex, and after the woman covers her chest with sheets and runs to the bathroom wrapped in said sheets. It's been what, 60, 70 years? Even more? If you can't imagine a creative and realistic way to not show a woman's breasts, don't shoot a sex scene."