Originally Posted by Rock316AE
People were also complaining about Fruity Pebbles and Boots To Asses. One created a worldwide campaign and the other made millions in merchandising and is chanted in sports games. It's all about how and who says it, when The Rock put his magic touch into one of these crazy slogans, it will always follow the receiver as you can see with Cena for the past two years. Crowd LOVES it and just waits for it, which you can see and hear by the excitement in the crowd the moment Rock mentions how "They know something special is going to happen now...". Some people still and probably will never get it, these are the same fanbase who wants to see wrestlers talking about who gets a push and how unfair politics are while thinking that this is some compelling TV when nobody cares about any of this irrelevant crying.
So you complain about people sticking with their own opinions instead of taking into account what other people like? Why is it so bad that some people find things like "cookie puss" to be corny? Most of those that do still think The Rock is great so it's not even much of a put down when most say it. And how can these people like that something that no one cares about? And in what way does it matter that fewer people like that? Do you think that quality is based on how many people like something? Or that it somehow validates, or invalidates, opinions?
Personally I think that The Rock can say pretty much anything and people will cheer and chant. He can cut a promo solely based on how he says something, rather than what he's saying. I think he's by far the best when he has some real point to get across though, which he had on Raw so that was a very good segment overall.