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#1 Jul 01 2011 at 1:45 PM Rating: Good
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Aquarion is on Netflix, so I started watching it. And omg.

Whenever they fuse their ships into Aquarion (which is at least once per episode), they are all blatantly having orgasms. It's so weird.
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#2 Jul 01 2011 at 4:31 PM Rating: Excellent
What you don't like O face?

I for one am appalled. In my day fanservice was about panties. And akward hallway accidents that lead to a face full of snarf.

Edited, Jul 1st 2011 3:32pm by Shojindo
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#3 Jul 01 2011 at 6:58 PM Rating: Good
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What's weird is that they don't even do much with boobs in the anime--I'm totally used (and desensitized) to that.

But all these orgasms... c'mon.
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#4 Jul 01 2011 at 10:33 PM Rating: Good
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I like High School of the Dead, but the blatant overuse of fan service bugs me. In manga it can waste pages too, like in Cage of Eden which is mystery suspense. Sometimes, in small doses, it can be funny though.
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#6 Jul 02 2011 at 12:36 AM Rating: Good
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But all these orgasms... c'mon.
For some reason, that phrase seems all awkward and fills me with the giggles.
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"Did she just conjure an arrow from the tattoo on her upper, inner thigh and then rub it up her ****** before shooting it? Okay that's really, really weird.

Omg it just got worse. Wtf?

OMG it just got worse.

Why does that milk look like it's not milk?

Wtf karaoke?

...WHAT IS GOING ON?"

My reaction.
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If it helps, the friend who introduced me to the series is known for deliberately watching notoriously "so bad it's good" movies and anime.

From what I've heard, the plot is equally ridiculous (not just bad that is). The main villain concocts this huge plot that forces the main characters to fly to the moon to stop him, only there's nothing there. It was all a facade, and because they rushed to get over there their spaceship can't actually get back to where the villain's real plan is going down and they are trapped, just as he planned. It's stupidly effective.
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If it helps, the friend who introduced me to the series is known for deliberately watching notoriously "so bad it's good" movies and anime.

From what I've heard, the plot is equally ridiculous (not just bad that is). The main villain concocts this huge plot that forces the main characters to fly to the moon to stop him, only there's nothing there. It was all a facade, and because they rushed to get over there their spaceship can't actually get back to where the villain's real plan is going down and they are trapped, just as he planned. It's stupidly effective.


That's all find and dandy but I have only one question.

WHAT THE HECK IS UP WITH THAT MILKING SCENE?!?
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WHAT THE HECK IS UP WITH THAT MILKING SCENE?!?


Maybe that was the evil guy's plan? Get all the good guys to be stuck on the moon, then force all the schoolgirls into milking farms?


(Then get nuked, apparently. Maybe the moon had a nuclear ******* hidden inside it, that the evil guy didn't know about?)
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Ha ha. I loved Melody of Oblivion. It was pretty stupid most of the time but fun to watch none the less. There was some crazy **** going on in that show.
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WHAT THE HECK WAS UP WITH THAT MILKING SCENE?


I mean, I brought up in the Asylum, that if you really thought about it, higher beings abducting the females of lower beings, and holding them in pens, artificially inseminating them for their own purposes, then killing their babies, and then sucking the milk out of them daily for as long as possible, was all a bit urgh. And I showed a Geiger illustration with a human woman enveloped in an alien machine and getting milked, as a thought provoker. But URGH.
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More amusing is that Heffer did it in Rocko's Modern Life, and he was male. And it was on Nickelodeon. Not exactly human, but I'd say much more disturbing. And on a cartoon meant for small kids.

Huh, found the clip.


Edited, Jul 5th 2011 5:10pm by lolgaxe
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#14 Jul 06 2011 at 1:45 AM Rating: Default
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But URGH.

urgh? I personally found it incredibly weird.. yet strangely arousing. Maybe it's my pleasure giving fetish. Or maybe it was another one.

Still, I want to know wtf was up with that scene.

Edited, Jul 6th 2011 3:45am by Deadgye
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More amusing is that Heffer did it in Rocko's Modern Life, and he was male. And it was on Nickelodeon. Not exactly human, but I'd say much more disturbing. And on a cartoon meant for small kids.


I remember when cartoons for kids were NSFC. Good times.
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#16 Jul 15 2011 at 12:33 AM Rating: Good
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WHAT THE HECK IS UP WITH THAT MILKING SCENE?!?




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I mean, I brought up in the Asylum, that if you really thought about it, higher beings abducting the females of lower beings, and holding them in pens, artificially inseminating them for their own purposes, then killing their babies, and then sucking the milk out of them daily for as long as possible, was all a bit urgh. And I showed a Geiger illustration with a human woman enveloped in an alien machine and getting milked, as a thought provoker. But URGH.


Reading this made me think of the **** Death-Rape Machine from Urotsukidōji II.

Edited, Jul 15th 2011 12:37am by LadyOfHolyDarkness
#17 Jul 15 2011 at 1:06 AM Rating: Good
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#19 Jul 15 2011 at 5:35 PM Rating: Good
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When I saw that my first thought was "That should be an A, not an O."
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD4Lc2m8tZ0&NR=1
That one wasn't so much awkward as it was thoroughly laughter inducing.
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