Welcome to Trope Tuesdays!

Next week will be the inaugural Trope Tuesday, but today I want to outline what to expect and what Trope Tuesday is all about. 

Trope Tuesday is a meme/tag/series created by yours truly. The goal is to discuss one trope on Tuesdays that you dislike, love, are indifferent to, hate, currently annoyed by, think is problematic, want to kill with fire, or throw out the moon door (a la Petyr Baelish).

Originally, I created Trope Tuesday for myself. I love tropes. If you have seen my Goodreads account, you have probably noticed how I have a ton of shelves dedicated to specific tropes. I find it really fun to identify and discuss tropes, and grow my trope identifying skills. One of the first things I thought of while brainstorming unique content for Lacy Literacy, was a series on tropes. I wanted to make this post to outline how Trope Tuesday are going to work incase anyone else wants to join in on it in the future.

A Trope Tuesday post should include a definition of the trope you’re talking about, books/series that have examples of it (or another form of media if it truly represents that trope more than books you have read do), why you dislike, love, are indifferent to, hate, are currently annoyed by it, think it is problematic, want to kill with fire, or throw out the moon door. You can make Trope Tuesday posts once a month, once a week, or once a whenever depending on your preference.

If you decide to participate in Trope Tuesday, please tell/link me!!! I’d love to see other people participating.

29 thoughts on “Welcome to Trope Tuesdays!

  1. I love this idea! I’ve thinking about tropes (and cliches) for awhile, but I usually just keep the thoughts to myself haha. Maybe soon, I’ll try to put those thoughts down for this tag/meme.
    Looking forward to seeing some of your fav (and not so fav) tropes too!

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  2. […] Trope Tuesday is a meme/series created by yours truly. On Tuesdays, the goal is to discuss one trope that you dislike, love, are indifferent to, hate, currently annoyed by, think is problematic, want to kill with fire, or throw out the moon door (a la Petyr Baelish). You can learn more about Trope Tuesday here. […]

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  3. […] Welcome to Trope Tuesdays, a meme/series created by yours truly. Every Tuesday, the goal is to discuss, define, and explain one trope that you feel any range of emotion for, and then give your verdict on the trope. The trope can be one you dislike, love, feel indifference or annoyance towards, ones you think are problematic, or those tropes that just make you want to throw them out the moon door à la Petyr Baelish. You can learn more about Trope Tuesday here. […]

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  4. […] Welcome to Trope Tuesdays, a meme/series created by yours truly. Every Tuesday, the goal is to discuss, define, and explain one trope that you feel any range of emotion for, and then give your verdict on the trope. The trope can be one you dislike, love, feel indifference or annoyance towards, ones you think are problematic, or those tropes that just make you want to throw them out the moon door à la Petyr Baelish. You can learn more about Trope Tuesday here. […]

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  5. […] Welcome to Trope Tuesdays, a meme/series created by yours truly. Every Tuesday, the goal is to discuss, define, and explain one trope that you feel any range of emotion for, and then give your verdict on the trope. The trope can be one you dislike, love, feel indifference or annoyance towards, ones you think are problematic, or those tropes that just make you want to throw them out the moon door à la Petyr Baelish. You can learn more about Trope Tuesday here. […]

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  6. […] Welcome to Trope Tuesdays, a meme/series created by yours truly. Every Tuesday, the goal is to discuss, define, and explain one trope that you feel any range of emotion for, and then give your verdict on the trope. The trope can be one you dislike, love, feel indifference or annoyance towards, ones you think are problematic, or those tropes that just make you want to throw them out the moon door à la Petyr Baelish. You can learn more about Trope Tuesday here. […]

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