❝the jofffery community, because little asshole pricks need love too (and we want attention)❞
All right guys, it was fun.
That's enough. You can stop now.
Why is there a 'community' for everything now?
If you guys don't know, communities are accounts on Wattpad that are under the labels of anything from a general fandom to obscure characters from certain books that only 300 people will even know about, let alone care about.
It's getting out of hand, really.
There are hundreds of these accounts, and while some of them are actually relevant and original, a shit ton of them are just there for ?
For what? I don't even know myself.
The only excuse I could make up is that these authors came together to form an account dedicated to their own works under the guise of 'spreading awareness' of lesser known books that happen to meet the criteria they have set up. All the while really just trying to gain more popularity for their main accounts because they are lost in the sea of Wattpad Fanfiction.
I feel like these accounts are just cluttering up the site and aren't really doing anything... productive? I don't know. Maybe these are just for show, or attention or something but... I think it's time to stop with the redundant communities.
There's about 100 dedicated to the umbrella of Harry Potter fanfiction alone, and then that branches out to twenty others for the 'main trio', then you have all the communities for Marauders and then Slytherins and Gryffindors and Ravenclaws, and Jigglypuffs.
And then you get to the single character communities.
It's a lot.
It's a lot of nonsense.
If you're going to make a community, actually do something with it. My problem with these things is that the authors that create them simply make 'reading lists' dedicated to the authors linked to the account, but don't actually do the things a community should do. IE: promote books that you set your community around.
You know, the thing that you are claiming you're out to do?
Yeah. Do that.
Or, you know, get lost.
Shoutout to marteIIs
who beat me to the
punch on this one