One of my least favorite troupes is the "The badguy barely got away" troupe. My reasoning? It's always for some banal reason that they manage to do so. "He swung his sword but tripped on his own feet so the badguy got away." or "The wyvern dodged his bullets and the main character forgot that he was friends with a dragon that was flying overhead so the badguy got away."
The world society on the green planet sits serene and happy. Suddenly a shooting star moving faster than light shoots into the bedroom of a young man and enters his body.
"Ding! The 'Ding!' System is downloading!"
"Ding! integrating system Ding!"
"10%... 43% 81% 100%"
"Ding! The 'Ding!' System has successfully integrated into the host.!"
"Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding! Ding!
I saw someone say that the opposite of love is indifference, but I have to disagree. Love is a high level of positive attention, while indifference is no attention. Meanwhile hate is a high level of negative attention. I'd say that hostile ignorance is a more accurate term for the opposite of love. (I don't know of any British toast toppings, but if there were any, I'd hate them.)