Disney Characters Names. . chariest 'homes In cu.‘ in Lubin. mfw I got a woody Disney Characters Names chariest 'homes In cu ‘ in Lubin mfw I got a woody
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - urbancohort
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mfw I got a woody
#5 - iespls
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why
User avatar #16 to #5 - giygasman
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That is probably the ********* reaction pic i've ever seen.
#6 to #5 - zoratg
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#14 to #6 - anon id: 2611aef8
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#19 - toensix
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Isn't Nemo named after Captain Nemo from 10,000 leagues under sea?
Isn't Nemo named after Captain Nemo from 10,000 leagues under sea?
#47 to #19 - anon id: 02b8b191
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Why does that look like Walter White having a dance-off with himself?
User avatar #27 to #19 - winrobert
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He too, is named coincidentally in accordance with the Latin word for 'no man'.
User avatar #28 to #27 - toensix
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Yes but I mean that Pixar gave Nemo his name because of Captain Nemo not because of the Latin meaning. I also think that the name Nemo is much more appropiate for Captain Nemo then Pixar Nemo.
User avatar #29 to #28 - winrobert
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I myself know not the intentions of Pixar's writers. But given the title 'Finding No One' seems to ring more soundly than an allusion to a previous work of fiction. Given the plot of the film, et cetera.
#30 to #29 - toensix
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I must have missed that title then.
I must have missed that title then.
#52 to #29 - rottenronald
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Also, usually stating "et cetera" after stating a citing a single example means you dont know what you're talking about
User avatar #74 to #52 - winrobert
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Seeing that 'et cetera' means 'and the rest'. Rest, here meaning what you so kindly, though obviously present without your input, referenced regarding similarities in location. I announced my ignorance with respect to Pixar's motives in naming. Might you have a bit of personal input to clear things up for my, absent your ad hominem accusations?
#37 to #29 - rottenronald
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Alternatively, Nemo was named after Captain Nemo because of the obvious thematic devices that tie the two stories together.

They both take place in the ******* ocean
#32 to #28 - Alchemyst
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#23 to #19 - missderpy
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*20,000
*20,000
#24 to #23 - toensix
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Thanks you're right.
Thanks you're right.
#25 to #24 - missderpy
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No problem
No problem
#2 - braxtotxarb
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#34 - arcticassassin
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#31 - pootington
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#35 - kawaiidesudesuu
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#21 - scant
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#45 to #21 - maguitox
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#11 - dinguskhan
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so I animated dis
so I animated dis
#36 to #11 - anon id: 70244a5b
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You're bad.