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« Reply #160 on: 05-02-2011 11:01 »
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I think it's the dark hair/dark eyes combo.  Gets me every time.  The nice breasts sure don't hurt either.
Ah. I get it now. shifty

I personally liked Belle more. Maybe because I relate to her story so much about a jackass who comes on too strong that she finds repulsive.




Little Mermaid wasn't bad either, and I know how much you all love redheads. She is a mermaid, though.

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« Reply #161 on: 05-02-2011 11:05 »

Who hasn't?

I haven't. frown
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« Reply #162 on: 05-02-2011 14:53 »

Love the gooney bird, and the expression on the crab's face.  And yes, I do find redheads interesting smile
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« Reply #163 on: 05-02-2011 15:58 »

scififry, what's so special about this thread? XD
That it's here on PEEL and PEELers post in it... shifty
Nono just kind of an overreaction because that was one of my very first international "chats"... big grin
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« Reply #164 on: 05-02-2011 17:46 »

Ah I see...  wink

Back on topic, I find Leela better looking than Amy...  tongue
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« Reply #165 on: 05-02-2011 17:47 »

You don't like Asians?
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« Reply #166 on: 05-02-2011 17:48 »

Well yeah, but....

YOU DON'T LIKE CYCLOPS?
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« Reply #167 on: 05-02-2011 17:54 »

Not quite, I prefer two eyes.
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« Reply #168 on: 05-02-2011 17:56 »

I bet you're still biased towards shaved underarms, though. roll eyes
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« Reply #169 on: 05-02-2011 17:58 »

Me or Danny?
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« Reply #170 on: 05-02-2011 17:59 »

Me or Danny?

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« Reply #171 on: 06-19-2011 11:28 »

Sabrina from 'Sabrina, the Teenage Witch'.
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« Reply #172 on: 06-19-2011 12:50 »

Hot.
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« Reply #173 on: 06-19-2011 20:24 »

Not really a cartoon, but Lucy Kuo after she gets her powers in inFAMOUS 2... love

Her personality is annoying though. ALL the time.
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« Reply #174 on: 08-29-2011 06:01 »

Princess Jasmine from Aladdin.
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« Reply #175 on: 08-29-2011 17:56 »
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^^ 2nd I love it when somthing weird happens to her like turning into a snake  smile smile   I used to have a huge crush on Lisa Simpson when I was 6.
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« Reply #176 on: 09-04-2011 23:30 »



This is Maes Hughes from Fullmetal Alchemist, and he's my perfect (cartoon) man. He's even better than Fry (which is impressive, considering my affinity for gingers).
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« Reply #177 on: 09-04-2011 23:52 »

Callie's little sister in Ugly Americans (of full age obviously)
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« Reply #178 on: 09-05-2011 02:04 »

Still Major Motoko Kusanagi.


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« Reply #179 on: 09-05-2011 16:35 »

Can we share her?
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« Reply #180 on: 09-05-2011 16:53 »

No.
Although she sometimes occupies more than one body/chassis. So... yes.
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« Reply #181 on: 09-05-2011 17:47 »

I accept your terms, my good chum.

what?
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« Reply #182 on: 09-05-2011 17:57 »

Funny thing, though she frequently wears nothing, or next to nothing, I find her most appealing when in full combat gear.
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« Reply #183 on: 09-10-2011 15:46 »

Fry.  He's just so adorable.


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« Reply #184 on: 09-10-2011 21:17 »

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« Reply #185 on: 09-11-2011 15:53 »

pedo-beastiality?
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« Reply #186 on: 12-16-2011 04:42 »

Fry and Vash the Stampede!
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« Reply #187 on: 12-16-2011 06:49 »

One year at Anime Boston, my best friend and I sexually harassed a man dressed like Vash. Good times, good times.
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« Reply #188 on: 12-16-2011 14:44 »

One year at Anime Boston, my best friend and I sexually harassed a man dressed like Vash. Good times, good times.

Anime Boston...close to me. I've always wanted to go. Maybe 2012. I would love to harass Vash....LOVE AND PEACE!!! LOVE AND PEACE!!! And here's a donut wink

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« Reply #189 on: 12-16-2011 14:53 »

Vash, eh? Always kinda figured him for a queer.
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« Reply #190 on: 12-16-2011 16:19 »

Hrmm... I'm fairly sure that's not the case.... although he did often exude a certain level of asexuality.  I guess he was just more concerned with the wonderment of life on a grand scale to be caught up by a few base urges.  There's also the fact that the only lifeform biologically relateable to him was his brother, whom he possessed a specific rivalry with.

I don't know that I agreed with all of Vash's perspective.  As children, despite the sociopathic implications, Knives arguments for not saving the fly were themselves a caring of existence in sorts.  Existence is violent and chaotic... that violence and chaos is a necessary catalyst for the beauty of life and order that we are privileged to see today.
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« Reply #191 on: 12-16-2011 20:10 »

Vash, eh? Always kinda figured him for a queer.

Not sure what series you were watching then.  Vash seemed to show a healthy interest in women in the early episodes, though how much of that was just an act is debatable.  In anycase, he did eventually seem to develop feelings for Meryl, although how much of that was due to her resemblance to his foster mother Rem is also debatable.

Hrmm... I'm fairly sure that's not the case.... although he did often exude a certain level of asexuality.  I guess he was just more concerned with the wonderment of life on a grand scale to be caught up by a few base urges.  There's also the fact that the only lifeform biologically relateable to him was his brother, whom he possessed a specific rivalry with.

Another thing to consider is the fact that Vash is effectively immortal, while he's very much aware that humans are not.  Forming such an intimate bond with a human would be ultimately painful for Vash as she would eventually grow old and die and he wouldn't.  He may have wanted to avoid such attachments.

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I don't know that I agreed with all of Vash's perspective.  As children, despite the sociopathic implications, Knives arguments for not saving the fly were themselves a caring of existence in sorts.  Existence is violent and chaotic... that violence and chaos is a necessary catalyst for the beauty of life and order that we are privileged to see today.

Knives' arguments are reasonable enough when he's talking about spiders and butterflies.  The problem is that he extends the argument to humans.  Knives can do this because he sees himself as a lifeform superior to humans.  Vash refuses to view humans as inferior, so he can't agree with Knives.

Knives killing the spider is similar to the sort of cruelty to animals exibited by children who grow up to be serial killers; in his case it didn't take very long.

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« Reply #192 on: 12-17-2011 02:48 »

Vash, eh? Always kinda figured him for a queer.

Not sure what series you were watching then.  Vash seemed to show a healthy interest in women in the early episodes, though how much of that was just an act is debatable.  In anycase, he did eventually seem to develop feelings for Meryl, although how much of that was due to her resemblance to his foster mother Rem is also debatable.

Hrmm... I'm fairly sure that's not the case.... although he did often exude a certain level of asexuality.  I guess he was just more concerned with the wonderment of life on a grand scale to be caught up by a few base urges.  There's also the fact that the only lifeform biologically relateable to him was his brother, whom he possessed a specific rivalry with.

Another thing to consider is the fact that Vash is effectively immortal, while he's very much aware that humans are not.  Forming such an intimate bond with a human would be ultimately painful for Vash as she would eventually grow old and die and he wouldn't.  He may have wanted to avoid such attachments.

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I don't know that I agreed with all of Vash's perspective.  As children, despite the sociopathic implications, Knives arguments for not saving the fly were themselves a caring of existence in sorts.  Existence is violent and chaotic... that violence and chaos is a necessary catalyst for the beauty of life and order that we are privileged to see today.

Knives' arguments are reasonable enough when he's talking about spiders and butterflies.  The problem is that he extends the argument to humans.  Knives can do this because he sees himself as a lifeform superior to humans.  Vash refuses to view humans as inferior, so he can't agree with Knives.

Knives killing the spider is similar to the sort of cruelty to animals exibited by children who grow up to be serial killers; in his case it didn't take very long.

In response to everything..the reason I love Vash is because he's so complex. I definitely don't see him as gay, but I also think a lot of his skirt chasing in the early episodes is part of his goofy mask that he wears to cover his inner turmoil. Wolfwood was the first person to see through the mask. Vash sees "taking care of Knives" as his responsibility and it weighs heavily on him. Both are on either side of a spectrum taken respectivly too far. Vash does let go of his ideals at the end of the anime, after he defeats Knives. It doesn't appear that he killed Knives, as he has his brother slung over his shoulder and his wounds bandaged as he returns to Meryl and Millie. But he does "talk" to Rem saying that he is going to follow his own path now. This leads me to believe that he isn't going to be as strict about his no killing policy as he used to be.

In the manga at least, Knives has much more of a reason to hate humans than he does in the anime (he sees old videos of a sister of theirs, a female plant named Tessla who was born before them, who was experimented on by the crew -- this is why Rem took it upon herself to protect the twins), but he does take it too far. If he can ever change this point of view is questionable. He is also a tortured man, traumatized by his abuse as a child at the hands of Steve and the other crew, that it was taken to a level of insanity.

As I have stated in other Futurama posts, I am a die-hard shipper...so I love the idea that Vash loves Meryl at some level. She definitely is in love with him. But if he would ever act on it...who knows. He would definitly be aware of the fact that she would grow old and die before him, and he has such an inferiority complex, that he seems to think that he doesnt deserve to be happy.
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« Reply #193 on: 12-17-2011 05:53 »

In response to everything..the reason I love Vash is because he's so complex. I definitely don't see him as gay, but I also think a lot of his skirt chasing in the early episodes is part of his goofy mask that he wears to cover his inner turmoil. Wolfwood was the first person to see through the mask. Vash sees "taking care of Knives" as his responsibility and it weighs heavily on him. Both are on either side of a spectrum taken respectivly too far. Vash does let go of his ideals at the end of the anime, after he defeats Knives. It doesn't appear that he killed Knives, as he has his brother slung over his shoulder and his wounds bandaged as he returns to Meryl and Millie. But he does "talk" to Rem saying that he is going to follow his own path now. This leads me to believe that he isn't going to be as strict about his no killing policy as he used to be.

I don't know that he's going to be any less strict about not killing, but at the same time, I don't think that he's going to let the guilt of his past failures weigh him down anymore.  I don't think that he's abandoning his ideals, as that would run counter to the message of the entire series.  The ending is somewhat ambiguous however, and the fact that he leaves behind his red coat does support your interpretation somewhat.

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In the manga at least, Knives has much more of a reason to hate humans than he does in the anime (he sees old videos of a sister of theirs, a female plant named Tessla who was born before them, who was experimented on by the crew -- this is why Rem took it upon herself to protect the twins), but he does take it too far. If he can ever change this point of view is questionable. He is also a tortured man, traumatized by his abuse as a child at the hands of Steve and the other crew, that it was taken to a level of insanity.

And the actions of a few somehow justify his desire to exterminate the entire species, including those who weren't even born yet at the time.  Sure.  Kill the spiders (humans) to save the butterflies (plants).  Funny how Knives never bothers to ask the other plants how they feel about it.

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As I have stated in other Futurama posts, I am a die-hard shipper...so I love the idea that Vash loves Meryl at some level. She definitely is in love with him. But if he would ever act on it...who knows. He would definitly be aware of the fact that she would grow old and die before him, and he has such an inferiority complex, that he seems to think that he doesnt deserve to be happy.

I don't think that it's an inferiority complex.  It's more like he has survivor's guilt, both over what happened to Rem and the crew, and over what happened in July.  Also, on some level Vash blames himself for all the evil that Knives has ever commited, because he believes that he could have stopped Knives if he had tried harder.  However, I do think that he's gotten over this by the end of the anime, and he can finally allow himself to be happy now, and maybe even allow himself to fall in love with Meryl, even though he knows that he would someday have to lose her.
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« Reply #194 on: 12-17-2011 11:09 »

I don't actually remember too much of that anime. I recall a big tall woman who seemed a little slow. And Vash was a slapstick nutter with a cybernetic arm who wore John Lennon glasses for no apparent reason. Not enough explanation was given as to how exactly he and his brother came into existence. I can accept a humanoid plant on face value... but how? Why?
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« Reply #195 on: 12-17-2011 21:28 »

How?  Probably genetic engineering, or some other science-fictiony explanation.  Why?  To provide power for the colonists; at least, that's what the other plants were used for.

As for the sunglasses, he lived on a desert planet with two suns; you'd probably want a pair too.  The real question is where he keeps getting new pairs when they get broken.  He probably got a new pair from the ship when he got a new coat and a new arm, but his glasses get broken more than once.  Does he carry a bunch of spares, or what?
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« Reply #196 on: 12-17-2011 23:49 »

He's a nigh invincible human plant hybrid that crash landed on the planet with the other colonists, and they didn't colonize and spread out that far.  He probably has secret caches all over the colonies.
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« Reply #197 on: 01-14-2012 23:51 »

Little Mermaid wasn't bad either, and I know how much you all love redheads. She is a mermaid, though.

The other day, I was watching The Little Mermaid with a friend who, in the middle of "Part of Your World," said of Ariel, "She's so hot." I found her proclamation amusing, but not inaccurate. I've always thought of Ariel as the prettiest Disney princess, with Belle as a close second.

Speaking of Disney characters: I know it's common--if not a bit creepy--for people to say they found the Beast more attractive before he turned human. But yesterday, when I went to see Beauty and the Beast in 3D, I found myself strangely drawn to Lumiere--which is way, way creepier.



He's just so debonair, you know? And I only like him as a candelabra--a preference that I find so very, very disturbing. I'm convinced it's the accent and the flirty eyebrows, but still. I'm fucking weird.
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« Reply #199 on: 01-15-2012 00:15 »

Little Mermaid wasn't bad either, and I know how much you all love redheads. She is a mermaid, though.

The other day, I was watching The Little Mermaid with a friend who, in the middle of "Part of Your World," said of Ariel, "She's so hot." I found her proclamation amusing, but not inaccurate. I've always thought of Ariel as the prettiest Disney princess, with Belle as a close second.

Speaking of Disney characters: I know it's common--if not a bit creepy--for people to say they found the Beast more attractive before he turned human. But yesterday, when I went to see Beauty and the Beast in 3D, I found myself strangely drawn to Lumiere--which is way, way creepier.



He's just so debonair, you know? And I only like him as a candelabra--a preference that I find so very, very disturbing. I'm convinced it's the accent and the flirty eyebrows, but still. I'm fucking weird.
You're cool. See, when they humanized Lumier they attempted to keep his candelabra appearance but gave him this weird-ass chin in the process... So he's more appealing as a candelabra than as a human. Same with Beast; it's not so much I find him hot as an animal but his design is appealing and intriguing more so than his fugly Tarzan/ Eric lovechild human self.

HIS EYEBROWS, GAWD DAMN.... No wonder I hate him as a human... That and his lips are weird lookin'. Anyways, between his chin and ridiculous hairdo, Lumier is quite an awkward cartoon human if I ever saw one.
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