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i exist to be an inconvenience: Admit it. You all think robots are just machines built by humans to make their lives easier. Well, aren't they? Fve never made anyone's life easier and you know it arabellesicardi im the robot titleknown Again, this is even funnier if you know what a fucking production nightmare, with a possible curse attached to it no less, this robot prop was for the Doctor Who crew... bogleech I want to know about the cursed robot choppers-top-hat So the robot isn't a guy in a suit, it's an animatronic/puppet thing, and it wasn't built for the show. In fact, no one knows who built it, one of the producers just FOUND IT ONE DAY in a building near the studio. It had apparently been built for another production that was cancelled and then just left to gather dust. So they thought "oh cool, let's make this dumb robot the Doctor's new companion, it'll look neat and weird, everyone will have a gas with it." NOPE. Kamelion was incredibly complicated to operate, so they assigned a guy named Mike Powers to figure out the best way to go about it. Apparently he did a great job streamlining Kamelion's operation, and then he promptly died in a boating accident (which is where the "curse" idea comes from.) He didn't leave any notes or instructions, and the show was already behind schedule, so they had to rush Kamelion's scenes into production with no idea how it worked. It was a gigantic pain in the ass to use, took forever to set up, and needed constant upkeep and repairs. Everyone hated working with the prop, to the point that before Kamelion's first episode even aired, they had already decided to kill him off later in the same season. Peter Davison, who played Fifth Doctor, had the most scenes with Kamelion, and absolutely hated it. When Kamelion dies, the Doctor is really sad, but Davison said later that it was one of the best acting jobs of his career, because in reality, he was absolutely giddy with joy at being rid of the thing. tl,dr: In the 80's a Mystery robot prop built by unknown hands caused chaos on the Doctor Who set. lizbethanne finding an abandoned mystery robot and bringing it home, leading to death, is the most doctor who plot ive ever heard Source: doctorwhorama i exist to be an inconvenience
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Such a wholesome love story: r/MtF u/takeurmedsbro 10h To all of you ladies, from a cis man (Discussion] I hope it isn't totally out of order for me to post here, as a man I dont want to take up your spaces so l'll try and keep this as short as possible. Tw genital mention I have full permission from my partner to post this and she's read it all. There is a misconception that the only men a straight trans women can get with, is a chaser. It is very sad that many of you feel that way, and I'm sorry for how men treat you, but that's not how it has to be. I met my girlfriend when I was 15. She was living as a boy then and was 13. I used to push her around when we played football at school. I thought she was one of the lads. Time goes on, I was never that close to her and we lost touch. Next thing is I meet her again on a fine art course. I didnt recognise her at all and with her name change and generic surname I never made the connection. I developed quite the crush, we would go on dates and l'd sort of play them off as just hanging out with a friend. I was so giddy around her and I was terrified to tell her I liked her. One day we were going to the movies and I told myself "today is the dayl ask her to be my girlfriend, and try to kiss her' We ended up skipping the movie to go on a walk in the local forest. I held her hand and she squeezed mine - my heart was beating so damn fast. We finally kissed and it was like fireworks, I told her I liked her but she cut me off. She told me to stop talking because she needs to tell me something. Now in my mind I'm panicking thinking she's in a relationship, but she says 'I used to be a boy, I was at school with you, please dont be mad I'm so sorry I didnt tell you' and then to my absolute horror she said 'please dont hurt me' She genuinely thought that there was a danger of me attacking her after finding out. This broke my fucking heart. I had my moment of being like wtf - mainly because l'd known this girl for almost 10 years and hadn't pieced the 2 people together - but then we kissed again, and then again and again and we kissed so much my face hurt by the end. That was 5 years ago and boy this has been a learning curve. I've only ever dated cis women before, I am 100% straight and I had to unlearn some internalized shit for maybe a day or so, until I thought what the fuck does it matter who she used to be? Damn I used to be a baby, people change. But I love her the way she is now, I love her smile I love her eyes I love her body her curves her hands her hair and you know what? I love her penis too. I love it because its hers, and it gives her pleasure, and there isnt anything wrong with it. I dont have a fetish, I just fell in love with a woman and that means I fell in love with the whole package. I'm planning to propose to her on new years eve. I want to spend the rest of my life with her, I want to raise kids with her and I want her to lose all of these insecurities. Just because you cant carry them, doesnt mean you wont be the mother of my children. There is hope, you're not broken or unlovable or nothing but a kink. You're a powerful woman. t Share Award 1.1k 115 Such a wholesome love story
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