The Tv tropes food wars are going to be huge. After all, the entire culinary industry is going to go through a mass-shattering.
I’ll admit, I’ve only watched it once. But I do believe it is going to blow up in the big leagues.
And what’s going to be the biggest?
I could see it being the biggest, but I’m not sure I want to know. I’m not sure if I want to know though. Because it has been a very long time since I really appreciated the media in general. But I will admit that I have come to view television shows like Master Chef. The Tv tropes Food Wars Network as a whole is somewhat of a disappointment. I think a lot of viewers feel like the media is just for “the rich.
I think with the right kind of media, people can relate to or understand the hardships endured by others. But in the same way, you can relate to someone who has lost a leg or an arm or a finger, I think the media is something for people who want to see a lot of extreme and gruesome violence in a short period of time. But for some reason, this has never interested me, and it seems like a lot of people on this site seem to feel the same about the media.
Let’s forget for a second the fact that we’re talking about real people here. Let’s instead just talk about the media that we use to show what’s happening to real people in real life. What is it that drives us to turn things up so we see things in a way that’s a little, kind of, overdramatic? I think television is just one of those things. It’s so pervasive that it’s hard to remember that it’s only for the rich.
The media we use to consume information and show events in a way that our brains have not evolved to handle is almost impossible to forget. The problem with television is that it is so damn easy to get stuck in the moment. Instead of thinking in the future, we just see the moment and the moment is what we perceive it to be.
TV Tropes Food Wars is kind of like a time loop.
Most of our viewing is occurring in a moment of time, and the media we watch is also a moment. We don’t even really remember the events of the show we’re watching. Our brains have been programmed to react to that moment in time and that moment in media we consume, and so we can’t really remember anything we see.
With television shows and media being so often a time loop, it’s no wonder television itself is so popular. We know that people are watching these shows to escape reality. They have some form of entertainment, but we don’t really understand why. Maybe the medium itself is so popular. Because it allows us to escape reality with little effort. Or maybe it’s just that we’re so used to the time loop that we don’t even give it a second thought.