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  • So, I was watching the 'Three Pigs' Merry Melody, and I was thinking to myself, whilst the flute pig & stick pig were dancing gaily, "man, there is no way that there wasn't at least one furry on this animation team." Or, at the very least, this cartoon made at least one furry out of someone. For some really odd the reason the two of them had this tag-team sensual energy to them and it confuses me. And the way they followed the Big Bad Wolf behind a rock with those looks on their faces felt like the beginning of a hentai or something. I'm not a full-on furry-- that's the jester's job-- but I won't deny that there's definitely something there.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Semi-related: there have been multiple things that I've seen in media that have made me uncomfortable solely because I can see right through them, and feel in my gut that somewhere out there, fetish is begetting fetish. Case in point: werewolves are #1 on my unorthodox attractions list, but ironically seeing examples of it or things that resemble it in media makes me the most squeamish.
    ...Speaking of werewolves-- and vampires-- in my old age I've come to see why those dern Twilight fanatics would go crazy over the latter-- NECKING, my nigga. I already know without experiencing it that it's a sensual-as-hell experience, and I for one would love a situation where I'd feel needed, to match my own neediness-- oh, well fuck, i mean if you *gotta* nom on my neck then i mean...
    I *thought* I knew why they dug werewolves when I was younger... I didn't quite grasp the full implications there. In the time since then, I've begun to crave a big strong girl that could be my shining knight, know what'm sayin'? I want somebody to be my big spoon. PLUS, the fact that lycanthropy induces sex appeal at all times besides the amount spent in wolf mode is sexy in itself, fetish or not. And if you're me, then that means sex appeal at ALL times, know what'm sayin'?

    Okay, I'm done being a huge fag for now.
    *hastily drawing hands over to block this digital tome from thine eyesight* NO ONE ACTUALLY READ THIS.

    MY SECRETS.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    I-- gotcha. That makes sense. Food for thot, though, yeah? If anyone stumbles across this thread, they could see both the arguments for and against, I guess.

    Ironically, we did good today, friend. *Hollywood 'one downward movement' type handshake*
    stupidface
    stupidface
    I've never considered the werewolf dynamic but shitesticks do we have similar taste. Tall & toned snow wolf chick THAT'S THE SHIT knowhatemsayen™
    Apparently there existed a king named "Pippin the Short." Oh, those wacky medieval title-givers
    Underused relationship dynamic: the 'leader' type and the 'willing subordinate' type. One is a fiery sort, the charismatic one-- doesn't hesitate to push the other one around, perhaps even actively be a dick to them, but everything rolls off the subordinate's back-- nothing phases them within reason, but chances are if something does they'll call their partner out on it, optimally. They go along with whatever the 'leader' type says.

    HOWEVER, unlike whichever anime onee-sama shit you're probably thinking of in response to this description, in this case it's the LEADER-type who's hopelessly in love with the MINION, not the other way around. They'll wait 'til no one's looking before even insinuating it, but their heart beats for their minion. Because, sometimes, the unstoppable force and the immovable object will *get along* because of their natures. Bonus points if the leader is small and the minion a tall.

    We see this a good amount in platonic relationships-- MegaMind & Minion, Dedede & Escargoon, Perry & Doofenshmirtz when working together, definitely Candace & Stacey... uhh, Sonic & Tails (the Fleetway comics, specifically), and some others I've forgotten about, probably (oh yeah, King Julian and that koala guy)-- but I don't think oh no wait, Carl & Redhead Girl from the beginning of Up... yeah that's all I got for romantic relationships using the dynamic.

    Someone give me examples if you can, because I think the idea of, say, a tyrannical, chatty, fiery-tempered director of state being head over heels for their stoic, collected, Alfred-like right hand, is cute as hell.
    stupidface
    stupidface
    Varrick & Zhu Li from Legend of Korra (AKA the sequel to Avatar) absolutely fit that description. In fact they even get hitched near the end of the show.
    I've always wondered how 'papa' came about. 'Mama' makes sense, because mother. But, apparently, the origin of 'papa' is Italian. Probably. Because "pope" is derived from "papa," apparently.
    The 3rd Wario Brother
    The 3rd Wario Brother
    Mama mother matriarch, papa patriarch, father? Father is the real outlier here. And I just assume mama is derived from mammary and papa is derived from penis but you guess is as good as mine
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    "Mammy! Just look at me Mammy! Mammy!"
    I decided to participate, naturally, especially since the jester was disappointed that the story seemed to have reached its end. And, hopefully, this new pivot I've taken Wario on will help take the narrative to some interesting places.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    admittedly, i'm not that bad at narrative writing when i give enough of a shit to write in the details i picture in my head. i'm usually just too impatient for it. consistently

    in this case it's still not the strongest, but that's because i'd subconsciously written it using more or less the same general syntax as everyone preceding me.
    Dude, some of those posts in the 'Wario walks into a bar' thread were just plain lame. Thanks to Robin though, we derailed the thread from the initial 'every post a contained story' goal and started one continuous story. I was honestly surprised at how barebones and "jumpy" the first page was, after the second page spoiled me with its overarching narrative. I had jumped to stupidface's rowboat post, and with the exception of CMV's barely-disguised fetishism, was surprised at how solid this improv exercise was turning out to be.
    In other news, really happy with how the sentence mixing turned out for this one song, because I managed to make it successfully sound like all the words in that section using only the 37 voice samples included in WL4 =:D
    I have no idea if the post I made in the Introductions category is actually shit or w/e but I feel like a total fag regardless. I feel like I should leave it up though, it's still somewhat therapeutic, I think-- like cough medicine or smth. Plus, if the stuff I wrote in the tags helps anyone in the future, then that's all the better.
    Does anybody know what that Disney thing is from the 80s, where it was for Halloween, and the whole thing consisted of music videos for popular tunes at the time? It included Superstition, Sweet Dreams, Somebody's Watchin' Me (or whatever that song's called-- you know how song titles are though, it's always the chorus or the first two words), Thriller, Bad Moon Rising, the Monster Mash (because of goddamn course it does), Ghostbusters, and uhhh that might be it actually. Maaaaybe Werewolves of London.
    But I want to find it again because the level of effort gone into syncing up little clips, finding bits from hundreds of old Disney shorts *that actually work in-context,* it literally reminds me of some top-tier cartoon edit that'd get thousands of views today, like that edit where someone put Naruto audio over Nature Pants and re-synced the mouths.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Pretty sure it also had a sing-along thingy at the bottom. I'm mostly looking for it because I didn't SEE all of it last time, I just HEARD all of it, because I was writing notes for piano class. The fact that it was literally October when I saw it and yet STILL think about it makes me proud on the the editor(s) behalf.
    "I really wish procrastination wasn't so big of an inspiration." Especially because I've realized the song I thought to cover, which inspired the post I'm quoting, works *really* well with Wario's voice clips, in addition to the soundfont, which has me elated to eventually get back to it.
    "*You* call it 'Protestant'; *I* call it my headcanon."
    ((resumes nailing paper to front door))
    Crescent-Moon Villager
    Crescent-Moon Villager
    I think you're thinking of the wrong guy...
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    No, apparently Lutheran is a covered by Protestant. Baptist is too
    Virgin Boëthius vs Chad Mozart
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    You saying that reminded me of how the guy who wrote The Little Mermaid, Hans Christian Andersen, went and flopped over and lied face down in Charles Dickens's yard to wallow in self-pity or whatever, and eventually Charles just saw him out there and was like "oh for fuck's sake," because that wasn't the first time it happened, either.
    stupidface
    stupidface
    And he apparently did that because somebody gave his most recent book a bad review. I think Mr. Andersen would have a difficult time here in the age of the internet
    stupidface
    stupidface
    Also fitting that Danny Kaye played him in that 50s Hans Christian Andersen musical, 'cause Kaye was also a gyertdern weirdo
    "Sorry, I can't lead the choir tonight."
    "Cantor won't?"
    stupidface
    stupidface
    How do you know when a soprano's at your door?

    She can't find her key and doesn't know when to come in
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Aw hell, that ain't dope
    I really wish procrastination wasn't so big of an inspiration.
    stupidface
    stupidface
    Hello America, and welcome to "Profound Thoughts", with your host, Tahutoa
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    "Good evening. Uhhh tonight we'll be discussing why the seven Greek modes' original names make more sense, and how the modern names are total horseshi-- hey, why does this cue card capitalize the first T"
    "It's a proper name, sir"
    "Are you the spellchecker?
    "...Or, like, the grammartician? Grammaticist?"
    "Yes"
    "...You've been demoted to resident Haunted Sleeping Pads!"
    "nnnNNOOOOO"

    and then,
    I died.
    stupidface
    stupidface
    inspiring
    Propellerhead actually responded to one of my vent posts where I ranted about all the shit Reason 10 gives you from the get-go, and it was the one where I superficially asked where the Piano Roll was-- which was thoughtful, I suppose-- but now I kind of feel bad, because it sobered me to the fact that I'm getting mad at the wrong person. Up until now it was just a faceless company but now it's a bit less faceless and so it bothered me a little.
    I don't want to lay into the teacher about making me put up with this shit, because I'm sure that I'm like one case in the last few semesters that's having to learn a second (seemingly inferior, definitely less user-friendly) music-making software as opposed to my first-- making an exception for me would be ridiculous. That doesn't stop me from hating Reason 10, but I immediately am disliking the Music Production class so far from the fact that I have to use it.
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