I'm watching an episode of Wife Swap (I know, I know ) and they combined two completely different families. One is the typical sport-loving die-hard American family (their super egotistical son does wrestling and nothing else at all) and the other is the typical artsy-fartsy family (the parents own their own coffee shop, one of their sons is in a screamo band, their kids can draw on the walls in their rooms). Now what I'm raging over is the fact that the sportsy family is absolutely ignorant. They are probably the most stuck up people I have ever seen. They think that their way of life is the only way of life. Now don't get me wrong, I have NO problem whatsoever with sports or people who do sports, but sometimes the people who are in that crowd are just so conceited and ignorant. That also goes the same for people in the artsy crowd. The sport loving family makes their son do wrestling. His life is DEVOTED to wrestling. He is up from 4 in the morning until 11 at night exercising and wrestling and doing things devoted to wrestling. Now there's no problem with that, but what bothers me is he keeps making knocks on the artsy family and how they're all "sissies" and how he "beats those kids up for acting like 'women'" just because they don't do sports. Now I find it funny that he says that, because from what I've noticed, wrestling is pretty much surrounded around putting your face in another guys junk lol. The dad in this family keeps talking about how he doesn't even want his son to even look at a guitar because playing guitar is for "wimps". I probably don't even need to touch that point because I'm sure you guys see where his logic doesn't work. I'm actually going to stop there (I only want to bring up what I find absolutely out of line). Sure, they can live their lives how they want, but that gives them NO right to give artsy people crap (unless it's going both ways). Sorry if that was way too long, but that show made me angrier than I've been in a while. I want to hear your guys' opinions on this. And yes, I'm aware that this might turn into a pretty controversial thread (), but if you have something to say, say it.