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For me it's 6/10

I never rate any anime less than 6(well Tokyo Ghoul's last season is the only exception) and it's pretty rare that I'd rate an anime with that score, since if I don't like an anime enough to give it at least 6/10 then usually I don't even finish it,and I don't rate anime's that I haven't fully watched, unless I've watched at least 2/3 of it then dropped(Like Death Note)


But a 6/10 for me doesn't mean it's bad
6/10 is the fine category for me
Then 7/10 is something that I enjoyed, but not enough to watch multiple seasons of it
8/10 is something that I enjoyed enough to watch more seasons of it, but for some reason I was hesitating watching it sometimes
And then 9/10 and 10/10 is something that I really enjoyed, these are the animes I could watch hundreds of episodes of, there's not much difference between the two ratings
One difference between the two is what I rate 9/10 I only watch once, but what I rate 10/10, that I usually re-watch at least once
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the lowest for me is 1/10, i like using the entire scale
 
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Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


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1, I make use of the full rating scale.
 
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the only 2 animes I rated below 4 is from this season
 
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Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10
 
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I think the lowest was like a 5 and it was Yuri on Ice. I eventually took all of my ratings off since I find them pointless.
 
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0/10

Yes. I can go lower than a 1. But those are special kind of bad and atm I only have 3 anime.
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1/10, because I use the entire rating scale.
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Yes. I can go lower than a 1. But those are special kind of bad and atm I only have 3 anime.


I'm surprised Boku no Pico deserved a 1 :D
 
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1/10... That honor goes to the 2nd season of Oreimo.
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Wow, you're the first person with a higher mean score than me(and with a 9+ one) I've seen so far
 
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there is a 1 to 10 scale for one reason and I use it

your 7 still means good so makes no sense why you gave this rating to an anime you didn't enjoy




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-Aincrad- said:
Alice_Synthesis said:
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Wow, you're the first person with a higher mean score than me(and with a 9+ one) I've seen so far


I know the kind of animes i will like.
 
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Y2J said:
there is a 1 to 10 scale for one reason and I use it

your 7 still means good so makes no sense why you gave this rating to an anime you didn't enjoy


For me 7/10 is something that was good, I still enjoyed it, but I wouldn't watch more than one season of it
 
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1/10 because I like to utilize the possibilities given by the rating scale to go lower than 7/10, which whyever has to mean an anime is bad nowadays, but I don't care, everyone can do as they please.
 
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Use the full scale lol
I've rated 8 animes 1/10
 
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Pullman said:
Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10


Yeah I agree. I don't have a problem with people using the entire scale but I personally usually wont finish an anime if it is trending towards a sub 4 rating. This results in my finished score ranging from 4-10 with the extremes being extremely rare. Respect to those that have the patience to watch a show that they deem a 1 rating though lol
 
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1/10, because even though I rarely rate something lower than 5, there are shows that deserve very low marks from my point of view.
However I've only rated 4 shows with 1, and don't think I'll ever give a 1 to any other anime.
My most frequent rating is 9, since I tend to enjoy almost everything I watch.
 
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Well, I think this is quite self-explanatory:
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@-Aincrad- have you seen boku no pico or haruhi suzumiya s2?
 
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Pullman said:
Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


I think it's your scores that ruin the scoring system. Unless someone intentionally makes a show with 0 appeals and makes the complete story offensive and trash, there is no possible way to put a 0 for a score unless you're just trying to ride the hate train. You gave Your Lie in April a 1/10, when that show obviously had things going for it. If anything that makes no sense unless you have a personal grudge against it.

But then again, there is a reason why it's called an opinion. MAL scores are just supposed to be an average of what the community thinks. I find them reliable at times.
 
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Pullman said:
Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10


That looks like critical uncertainty to me. If you didn't like it, it's bad, it's much more simple than you might think, you don't have to feel sorry for what you're watching. If it's shit just give it a fair score. A 6/10 is a good anime on my book, so if that's your lowest score I trust even less in MAL as a db lol

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The lowest I've given was a 5 (average). I only have a few shows that I rate a 5, but Tokyo Ghoul Re is border line to being a 4 (bad).
 
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Hopefully 2 because if I rate something a 1 that means that it literally gave me a brain tumor
 
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i could never watch something that I consider a 2/10 that's just unhealthy. well the lowest i have given is 6.
 
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-Aincrad- said:


I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10


That looks like critical uncertainty to me. If you didn't like it, it's bad, it's much more simple than you might think, you don't have to feel sorry for what you're watching. If it's shit just give it a fair score. A 6/10 is a good anime on my book, so if that's your lowest score I trust even less in MAL as a db lol


I just don't like calling an anime bad(or sh*t) or rate it so low just because I didn't like it

Like out of the animes I've dropped, there isn't any I'd call bad, it's just that they weren't my type, but I can still tell they weren't actually bad ones

(Maybe Shinmai Maou no Testament is one I'd call bad, it's basically a hentai with superpowers)

 
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If you look at the scores like they were percents, you can tell that a 6/10 is quite high. I mean: 10 is 100%; 9 is 90%; 8 is 80%; 7 is 70% (that means a score of 7/10 is 70% good, hence that is great stuff, if I look at a game that has 70% of mean score on metacritic, just to use a random example, I'm pretty sure the game is well approved by the community and I'll seriously consider buy it). A 6 is 60% (60% good, wow, that's actually something, so the anime has much more positive points than negative), a 5 is 50%, a 4 is 40% (which is kinda bad, but hey 40% good? that's okay, you can still have a good time with it), a 3 is 30%, a 2 is 20% and a 1 is 10% (which means is not even the shittiest crap). I mean, I see no reason to not use the whole rating system, that's what the scores are made for, you won't offend anyone if you decide to use them all, it's fair after all.

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The lowest I've ever given something is a 4. Maybe it's because I haven't watched as many anime as other weebs, so I haven't found anything I truly despise enough to rate lower than that. But even with anime that I personally haven't enjoyed, I'm objective enough to identify certain things the anime does well, or at least passable enough that I can avoid giving it a lower score.
 
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1 for, Sora to Umi no Aida, Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan, Isekai wa Smartphone to Tomo ni., Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt.

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Pullman said:
Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


I think it's your scores that ruin the scoring system. Unless someone intentionally makes a show with 0 appeals and makes the complete story offensive and trash, there is no possible way to put a 0 for a score unless you're just trying to ride the hate train. You gave Your Lie in April a 1/10, when that show obviously had things going for it. If anything that makes no sense unless you have a personal grudge against it.

But then again, there is a reason why it's called an opinion. MAL scores are just supposed to be an average of what the community thinks. I find them reliable at times.


I do have a personal grudge against it. I find it offensively bad at dealing with mental health issues and even actively dangerous if people take the 'methods' applied in that show to heart and think that they could actually help someone overcome trauma by reenforcing that trauma.

But congrats, you found the one show on my ~5k entries list that I have a deep and personal hatred for. I'm sure that ruins the average score much more significantly than scoring hundreds of titles 2-3 points higher than what their actual opinion of them is...

Heck, you said it yourself, it's an opinion and if the score reflects that opinion that's how it should be. That's how it is with me and Shigatsu. But that's not how it is with people like OP who give 6s and 7s to the stuff they enjoyed the least on their whole list. There is a clear dissonance between their opinion and the meaning of the score they attach to it. And that's the real issue here, not the exact numbers you give to any single show. If you systematically use 'good' scores to mark your worst experiences, that makes the system less reliable.


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Pullman said:
Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10


Of course. But giving something you didn't like a 7 is even less rational. There's a multitude of scores in between that you can pick. I understand that some people might not need 4 different scores for bad stuff and stuff they didn't like if they aren't watching a whole lot and don't feel the need to differentiate between different levels of bad, but I don't understand completely refusing to use any negative scores ever even if you dislike a show. That just makes no sense, having a positive score like 6 or 7 stand for your worst experiences. At least 4 and 5 should find use on every list, cause everyone has shows they didn't like, found bad or just very mediocre.

You can argue about the 1-3 scores, I definitely don't give those to many titles myself and most of them are shorts, music videos and the likes. I still like being able to set apart stuff that was just kinda bad from absolute trash and stuff that is literally physically painful to watch (trust me, there are some shorts you don't even wanna know about) but I can see that not being of concern to most people who only watch more mainstream anime. But there isn't really an excuse to systematically refuse to give out 5s and 4s.


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Sachyan said:
you won't offend anyone if you decide to use them all


I wished this would be true, looking at all the threads of people complaining about low scores, or people with low mean scores.
 
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Pullman said:
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I think it's your scores that ruin the scoring system. Unless someone intentionally makes a show with 0 appeals and makes the complete story offensive and trash, there is no possible way to put a 0 for a score unless you're just trying to ride the hate train. You gave Your Lie in April a 1/10, when that show obviously had things going for it. If anything that makes no sense unless you have a personal grudge against it.

But then again, there is a reason why it's called an opinion. MAL scores are just supposed to be an average of what the community thinks. I find them reliable at times.


I do have a personal grudge against it. I find it offensively bad at dealing with mental health issues and even actively dangerous if people take the 'methods' applied in that show to heart and think that they could actually help someone overcome trauma by reenforcing that trauma.

But congrats, you found the one show on my ~5k entries list that I have a deep and personal hatred for. I'm sure that ruins the average score much more significantly than scoring hundreds of titles 2-3 points higher than what their actual opinion of them is...

Heck, you said it yourself, it's an opinion and if the score reflects that opinion that's how it should be. That's how it is with me and Shigatsu. But that's not how it is with people like OP who give 6s and 7s to the stuff they enjoyed the least on their whole list. There is a clear dissonance between their opinion and the meaning of the score they attach to it. And that's the real issue here, not the exact numbers you give to any single show. If you systematically use 'good' scores to mark your worst experiences, that makes the system less reliable.


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I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10


Of course. But giving something you didn't like a 7 is even less rational. There's a multitude of scores in between that you can pick. I understand that some people might not need 4 different scores for bad stuff and stuff they didn't like if they aren't watching a whole lot and don't feel the need to differentiate between different levels of bad, but I don't understand completely refusing to use any negative scores ever even if you dislike a show. That just makes no sense, having a positive score like 6 or 7 stand for your worst experiences. At least 4 and 5 should find use on every list, cause everyone has shows they didn't like, found bad or just very mediocre.

You can argue about the 1-3 scores, I definitely don't give those to many titles myself and most of them are shorts, music videos and the likes. I still like being able to set apart stuff that was just kinda bad from absolute trash and stuff that is literally physically painful to watch (trust me, there are some shorts you don't even wanna know about) but I can see that not being of concern to most people who only watch more mainstream anime. But there isn't really an excuse to systematically refuse to give out 5s and 4s.


I edited my post,explaining how I rate the animes in a few words, since there seem to be some misunderstanding, also I mistyped something

The animes I rated 6/10(that's the lowest I rate) are not ones I didn't enjoy
If I don't enjoy an anime I don't even rate it, like the ones I've dropped

If I finish any anime and rate it(obviously), it's because I enjoyed it enough to watch it
It's just there are differences in how much I enjoyed one

Please reread my post, I've explained how I rate the animes
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1/10. I gave it only to one anime tho. I don't have problems to rate something low, I mean if I dislike it very very very much then yeah I can even give below 6/10 without regrets.
 
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2/10 and it was No Game No Life

above that it's 4/10

I don't get using the full scale. I usually drop the shows I think are bad
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Lowest score i have given to an anime is black lagoon those action scenes are god awful and characters are edgy as hell and second anime is anohana:the cringe we saw that day
 
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What is the lowest score you give to an anime?

Lowest is 1

Air
Akame ga Kill!
Angel Beats!
Another
Berserk
Black Clover
Boku no Hero Academia
Clannad
Claymore
Code Geass
D.Gray-man
Deadman Wonderland
Evangelion
All Fate [expect Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya]
Gintama
Hunter x Hunter
JoJo
Kanon
Mob Psycho 100
One Punch Man
Overlord
Psycho-Pass
Re:Zero
Shingeki no Kyojin
Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuuutsu
Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
Tokyo Ghoul
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Pullman said:
Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


What a bitch of a user.
And meaningless? Every user have their own meaning in their ratings.

I don't think too deep when rating a show. I just rate what I feel like.
To think deeply over rating your favorite anime is nothing but lame. Grow up.

You watch shit shows worth rating 1/10 then it's your responsibility to wait a second and say "what the fuck am i doing with my life?"

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Pullman said:
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I think it's your scores that ruin the scoring system. Unless someone intentionally makes a show with 0 appeals and makes the complete story offensive and trash, there is no possible way to put a 0 for a score unless you're just trying to ride the hate train. You gave Your Lie in April a 1/10, when that show obviously had things going for it. If anything that makes no sense unless you have a personal grudge against it.

But then again, there is a reason why it's called an opinion. MAL scores are just supposed to be an average of what the community thinks. I find them reliable at times.


I do have a personal grudge against it. I find it offensively bad at dealing with mental health issues and even actively dangerous if people take the 'methods' applied in that show to heart and think that they could actually help someone overcome trauma by reenforcing that trauma.

But congrats, you found the one show on my ~5k entries list that I have a deep and personal hatred for. I'm sure that ruins the average score much more significantly than scoring hundreds of titles 2-3 points higher than what their actual opinion of them is...

Heck, you said it yourself, it's an opinion and if the score reflects that opinion that's how it should be. That's how it is with me and Shigatsu. But that's not how it is with people like OP who give 6s and 7s to the stuff they enjoyed the least on their whole list. There is a clear dissonance between their opinion and the meaning of the score they attach to it. And that's the real issue here, not the exact numbers you give to any single show. If you systematically use 'good' scores to mark your worst experiences, that makes the system less reliable.


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I'm not using the whole scale, because as I said, If i don't like an anime, I just don't finish it, and I don't rate it 1/10 just because it wasn't a good anime for me

Just because you don't like something, it doesn't necessarily mean it's so bad that it'd deserve 1/10


Of course. But giving something you didn't like a 7 is even less rational. There's a multitude of scores in between that you can pick. I understand that some people might not need 4 different scores for bad stuff and stuff they didn't like if they aren't watching a whole lot and don't feel the need to differentiate between different levels of bad, but I don't understand completely refusing to use any negative scores ever even if you dislike a show. That just makes no sense, having a positive score like 6 or 7 stand for your worst experiences. At least 4 and 5 should find use on every list, cause everyone has shows they didn't like, found bad or just very mediocre.

You can argue about the 1-3 scores, I definitely don't give those to many titles myself and most of them are shorts, music videos and the likes. I still like being able to set apart stuff that was just kinda bad from absolute trash and stuff that is literally physically painful to watch (trust me, there are some shorts you don't even wanna know about) but I can see that not being of concern to most people who only watch more mainstream anime. But there isn't really an excuse to systematically refuse to give out 5s and 4s.


If you deeply hate something, go for it. I won't try to soften the score if I dislike something, I'll flat out give it a low score. Just hasn't happened to me yet.
 
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Gave both Midori and Ookami to Koushinryou a 2/10.
 
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3 so far, and I hope and anticipate not to come across ones that deserve an even lower rating.
 
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My lowest score I used for any anime is 1/10 which I've used nearly 200 times. The lowest rating I've ever used for a 240+ minute anime is 2/10 which I've given to Big Order and no other TV series or similar length anime. The lowest score I'll use for TV series on any consistent basis is a 3.
 
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My lowest score I've given it was either a 5 or one. That was for a few anime though because it failed for me to be anything coherent.
 
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I've given several 4 ratings to shows, which in general means it's not very good but isn't altogether terrible. Only twice have I given a show a lower rating, and both times the show was cringy bad.
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0, but I give them 1 since I'd otherwise have to use unrated which doesn't look right.
 
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For me it's 1/10. We need to use the entire scale. It seems that OP doesn't need it.
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Erm, an 1/10 cause I'm not handicapped and somehow incapable of using the whole scale?

People like OP are why people say MAL scores are useless, when scores that are supposed to mean 'fine' and 'good' are used to mean 'bad' for completely random and irrational reasons that make no sense.

But well, to each their own. If someone wants their own scores to be meaningless, they have every right to make them meaningless.


What a bitch of a user.
And meaningless? Every user have their own meaning in their ratings.

I don't think too deep when rating a show. I just rate what I feel like.
To think deeply over rating your favorite anime is nothing but lame. Grow up.

You watch shit shows worth rating 1/10 then it's your responsibility to wait a second and say "what the fuck am i doing with my life?"



Great reading comprehension to miss the point so blatantly. Not even worth trying to argue with someone like you who calls thinking 'lame' just because you don't like to do it and are possibly incapable of doing so. Personally I enjoy using my brain especially regarding things I'm passionate about and enjoy, like anime, but to each their own. I can see your brain is of a more ornamental nature apparently, with thinking being lame and all that edgy stuff.

Also me saying you shouldn't use 7 and 6 for stuff you dislike is somehow countered by saying 'you have given a 1/10 to something, your life must suck'? Fantastic argument, really....

The fact that I've seen a handful of really awful shorts and the likes while exploring this medium (a whooping 0,3% of my list btw, I should definitely question my life choices because of that, you got me good) has nothing to do with it being irrational to give positive scores to things you don't think positively of, which was all I was saying.

That's just inherently contradictory because you use scores that don't represent how you feel about the show. It has nothing to do with thinking too deeply or 'rating how you feel like it'. That's the whole issue, you aren't rating how you feel if you give 7 to bad shows, you're using a score that does not represent your feelings towards the show. That's why it makes the scores meaningless. They don't mean what they mean. A score meant to represent 'good' instead represents 'bad' all of a sudden even tho there already is a score for that. Why? What is the upside? What possible justification can there be that isn't completely arbitrary? All I can see is downsides.

If OP edited his post later on so it says something differently now, that's not my fault. Initially it literally said he gives good scores like 6 or 7 to stuff he didn't like so that's what I talked about. If you can't understand why that makes no sense to me, then I'm sorry, I'm sure there must be a lot of things you don't understand including basic logic.

So come back if you have anything resembling an actual argument as to why it makes sense to give a 7 to bad shows you dislike, and not just random, personal attacks that don't even make sense. You're not proving anything like that, you're just embarassing yourself. But if you insist on going down the insult route instead of going for arguments, I can roll with it. You don't seem to be very good at either tbh. Probably because of how thinking is lame and you prefer not doing it.


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Most of us don't listen with the intent to understand, they listen with the intent to reply.


 
Mar 14, 10:29 AM

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1, of course. The number exists for a reason.
 
Mar 14, 10:33 AM

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Obviously 1/10 because unlike many people, I tend to used the hold rating scale.
 
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