I can't imagine spending my life with someone who doesn't appreciate the same ironies, references, and inside jokes I do. And yes, this makes a diehard Seinfeld fan and a person who thought Seinfeld sucked incompatible.
Funny, I thought these people where having philosophical debates that were just going over my head. Like some kind of graphical existential haiku with deeper meaning I wasn't picking up on. First they set their own parameters for realty with some variation oft his formula: REAL [insert noun] do/don't/or more specific action [Activity or stance they support] + Graphical representation. If trying to find meaning in everyday events in the most run mundane and accepted definitions isn't an example of existential conflict then I don't know what is . But you're saying that Tyrese and his compatriots aren't trying to come to some kind of universal moral coda through crowd sourcing? Maybe I do over analyze things.