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  • As for my other complaint, Max and her friends suffer a slight overdose of wangst.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Ah yes Cherryl, I agree this was one of the characters that almost made this tome worth reading; so I won't spoil what happens after the next ten thousand pages of Dagny/Hank wangst.

    Atlas Sucked

  • No one is watching this for apostrophe-free wangst.

    DOA: Dead Or Alive

  • I was afraid there was going to be wangst introduction a few times -- for example, when Tina is pitted against her father -- but it always plays out in a light-hearted fashion.

    DOA: Dead Or Alive

  • You remember all those times torture in fiction hits my trigger, and I bitch about RPers who put their pups through torture just for the fun and the wangst of it and how much it annoys me?

    Picspam!

  • I tried to get into Vurt and just couldn't stomach the futuristic Trainspotting wangst, despite the promising incest storyline.

    Grand Update for Grand Times

  • Snogging is British for kissing, more specifically, French kissing; but after all that Rose and Martha wangst, it's been stressed in inteerviews that Amy won't ever be, or ever want to be, playing tonsil tennis with The Doctor

    Pajiba

  • While they were blessed by Almighty Zeus it was because of love that they bested those CB terrorists who were only powered by anger, hate, and wangst.

    Anime Nano!

  • Can we get back to "House is cranky, in pain, and a pill popper but a brilliant doctor and the focus is about his quirky team dealing with a quirky patient of the week" instead of this god-awful wangst?

    Blogtimore, Hon

  • [23: 08] matociquala: Only processing his wangst better

    sugar can be poison

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