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Anime, Disappointed, and Girls: MONSTER GIRL I Am NOT A HUMAN GIRL I HAVE SEEN HUmANAND IN MAGAUNES GIRLS ON THE NONE OF THEM ARE SmOOTH wHERE I HAVmy SizE OR SHAPE HumAN GIRLS ARE HAIR EvEN THE CURVY" ONES EveN WHEN THEY'RE SUPPOEED TO LOOK A meSS, W ARE NOTHING ALIKE BEING A moNSTER, EXCEP T.. HA HA HA OTHER PEOPLE MINDA LOT So UGLY SO UGLY WHy DO You LooK TCH ATTRCTİYE RLS SHOULD SHA LIKE THAT Guys DONT LUKEe TO FLOsS wHEN WISH YOU DIDNT oK How YOU GIRLS! WHY DO PE PLE HATEI must BE A mONSTER my BODy? wHy Do THEY WANT m€ TO CHANGE IT SoMUCH? CUTEOSPHERE teslacarter: cuteosphere: it always disappointed me that Monster Girls are an anime porn thing rather than something used to explore the way society and the media dehumanises women, but oh well shout out to all my fellow monsters This is so on point. In my writing, my main female characters are always some sort of monster. Giant werewolf girl that can rip your throat out? Yep. I started really realizing that maybe there’s something wrong with the world, and not me, when the only way I could make a character I truly understood how to write was if they were able to shapeshift into a huge monstrous thing with snarling maws and fur everywhere. I just gave up and went “FINE I guess I’m a monster then!” and embraced the fur and fangs and everything else that made people afraid of me. (Like not shaving my armpits or my legs.) Heck, I won’t even be as invested in a game as I might if I can’t either play as a non-human character or make myself a non-human character. I bought Guild Wars 2 simply because of the Charr. I knew nothing about MMORPGs at the time, I just saw sabercat people and bought it. I love this comic. I love the message. One that is so hard to articulate.
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Anime, God, and Head: English tests in 30 years, "QUESTION 5: What is the meaning of this meme?" wuackamole: icoree: unexpectedones: drowningxlessons: I literally heard the sentence in my head and it’s proof positive that this has evolved into its own language This meme primarily refers to the movie Toy Story, in which the toy cowboy, Woody, has a soundbox that sometimes says, “There’s a snake in my boot,” when the string on his back is pulled. The meme is from an anime and with no edits, the image shows a boy gesturing to a butterfly with a caption reading, “Is this a pigeon?”. It is commonly overlaid with other words or images in order to denote a change in who is speaking, what the speaker thinks the object they are gesturing at may be, and what the object actually is. This particular version of the meme, however, the image at the bottom, where the caption would normally be located, is another meme commonly known by the contemporary meme-makers and -viewers as the “free real estate” meme, due to the phrase the man uses in the advertisement from which the meme originates: “It’s free real estate.” Putting all these broken-down aspects of the meme together, we can translate the meme into written words. The snake gestures to the cowboy boots and thinks, “Is this free real estate?” noting its cluelessness in regards to the fact that it likely should not slither into Woody the cowboy’s boot. you’re a god I couldn’t put this into words but I understand perfectly

wuackamole: icoree: unexpectedones: drowningxlessons: I literally heard the sentence in my head and it’s proof positive that this has ev...

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