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Are 2D Girls Way Too Perfect for the Hopeless?
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Posted 7/1/14 , edited 7/1/14

HandTye wrote:

Oh, yeah! In Say I Love You there's two chicks that are/were pretty much anorexic had/have self image issues.

Check and mate, onibrotonel.


That's so fetch.
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Posted 7/1/14

Rito2Ru wrote:


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because they're made to appeal and sell products.


Whoa whoa whoa, Lucina isn't making me buy anything. *proceeds to buy FEA soundtracks and art books and figures*


ahhh the ability to drain a mans wallet.
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Posted 7/1/14

Rito2Ru wrote:


aidenraine wrote:

because they're made to appeal and sell products.


Whoa whoa whoa, Lucina isn't making me buy anything. *proceeds to buy FEA soundtracks and art books and figures*


just like Shiro isn't making me buy anything... *hides NGNL BD, OP/ED CD, and receipt for Shiro figure*
Posted 7/1/14

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HandTye wrote:


Em0SceneStabr wrote:

Why would someone go out of there way to create something that was flawed in any of those ways??]


The only reason I can think of is to make characters or the story more realistic/relatable.


I hear you but the fact that something flawed seems more realistic, makes you think about the world we live in doesn't it? nice and perfect as something that's unrealistic


Truuuf. That's why I like anime and other types of media so much, such an awesome escape from reality.

Posted 7/1/14

onibrotonel wroteThat's so fetch.



IT'S FINALLY CATCHING ON.
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Posted 7/1/14 , edited 7/1/14

Stonewolfe wrote:

Like every female character has weight issues/self image issues. As I understand fro my female friends, that is fairly common/accurate to real life.


Pretty common for guys too
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