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#17 - Could you... Could you recommend any? like, fo…  [+] (11 replies) 11/17/2015 on DICKS +32
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#70 - warlordstuart (11/17/2015) [-]
alainap you know any?

only one i know is boku no pico...but thats the easy answer...it doesnt even have huge dicks or anything, just shota yaoi.
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#25 - kadish (11/17/2015) [-]
Free! - Iwatobi Swim Club
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#38 - nustix (11/17/2015) [-]
Second this I have never seen it, but according to the co-optional podcast it is extremely focused on boys bodies.
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#21 - dndxplain (11/17/2015) [-]
Ouran Highschool Host Club
#47 - anon (11/17/2015) [-]
Ah... no?
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#78 - someoneforamoment (11/17/2015) [-]
Yeah, no. It doesn't even register as erotic.
#19 - anon (11/17/2015) [-]
jojo's bizarre adventure???
#62 - duwang (11/17/2015) [-]
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#64 - jesusisagoose (11/17/2015) [-]
does he have a zipper on his dick or something or what? imagine just having a zipper on your dick and being able to split it in half just by pulling the zipper. fuck, i should really go to bed,
#65 - duwang (11/17/2015) [-]
Well, His "special power" a Stand called "Sticky Fingers" makes it so that Anything he touches is able to be opened with a Zipper.
For example, He can hit a wall and open it up and walk through it then zip it up again. Or use multiple zippers to Break apart opponents, etc.

So yes, he can literally unzip His dick.

But he never does in the Manga, this is the unedited panel.
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#95 - jesusisagoose (11/18/2015) [-]
spooky
#1 - It's true. The Transformers here are particularly bad.  [+] (7 replies) 07/15/2015 on Straya +11
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#2 - wilburthedestroy (07/15/2015) [-]
i never got pacific rim why would they put two people in one suit. it would be so much easier if it was one person in to control everything.
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#3 - bigchilla (07/15/2015) [-]
they explain that in the first 10 minutes of the movie, that the suit is too mentally taxing for one person to control it, it fries their brains from all the processing.
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#5 - albertjester (07/15/2015) [-]
yeah they "eplain" it but i agree with the above guy more in concept. i mean they could have written it easily enough as a one person per suit thing, i mean the whole half brain thing doesnt even hold up when you look at crimson typhoon. so one extra arm equals a third pilot? so what percent of his brain is being used? it just seems like a contrivance for the whole flashbacks and such. plus, if they'd just done one pilot per jaeger, they could have had twice as many jaegers, the equivilant amount of kajiu and the battles would have been even bigger free for alls. AND, they could have made THAT the story thing. a jaeger is too big for one person to control, so instead they made two at half the size. go for quantity rather than quality.
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#10 - bigchilla (07/15/2015) [-]
but then you just have another cliche mechs fighting kaijus movie, the whole 2 people per suit was a good plot device for the message of the movie, about working together to overcome a great threat.
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#11 - albertjester (07/15/2015) [-]
i don't see how that would be lost with having a team of jaegers rather than two pilots in one suit. plus, lets be frank it's biggest selling point WAS being a mechs fight kaiju film, only modern.
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#12 - bigchilla (07/15/2015) [-]
i suppose its a matter of opinion, i personally thought it added and element of drama that hasnt really been thought of before.
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#4 - wilburthedestroy (07/15/2015) [-]
alright
#26 - Fit in? He's being self deprecating about asian stereotypes. H…  [+] (3 replies) 07/15/2015 on peter pan done right +2
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#30 - mydreams (07/15/2015) [-]
but I can see you guys are actually friends. I hope he's not making asian jokes everytime
#71 - sabreblade (07/16/2015) [-]
Nah, he's a regular dude. He just happens to be asian, and (when appropriate) can make jokes about it. We've only got one person in our group who goes over the top with the self deprecation, and it's usually just about how disconnected she is from popular culture (she's one of them animu and mango types).

But yeah, I get where you're coming from. Don't worry, Billy (The Australasian) is doing well psychologically. We don't really have groups to "fit into" here in Australia (at least not here at my school). I'm mates with some pretty different people. As long as you're not crazy psycho, you can be friends with almost anyone here.
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#29 - mydreams (07/15/2015) [-]
Making fun of your heritage is not how to make friends. I don't really know much about your friend (obviously) but making fun of yourself is an easy way to "fit in" just like how fat people would make fun of their weight and only because they are making fun of themselves for others doesn't really make it fun for them. You don't have to make fun of the person you are to be funny or to make others laugh there is this one kid in my school who is like 100kg and only 15yr or younger and he's constantly just making fun of himself cause he thinks it's funny and to make people laugh but in reality it's really just sad.
#11 - I've got a friend who is full blood Filipino, but was born and…  [+] (6 replies) 07/15/2015 on peter pan done right +20
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#27 - cookiecoketwo (07/15/2015) [-]
I have a Muslim friend and he fucking loves Unexpected Jihad.
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#22 - mydreams (07/15/2015) [-]
you gotta do whatever to fit in
#26 - sabreblade (07/15/2015) [-]
Fit in? He's being self deprecating about asian stereotypes. He's more Australian than most people I know. We all make fun of each other - it's the Australian way.
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#30 - mydreams (07/15/2015) [-]
but I can see you guys are actually friends. I hope he's not making asian jokes everytime
#71 - sabreblade (07/16/2015) [-]
Nah, he's a regular dude. He just happens to be asian, and (when appropriate) can make jokes about it. We've only got one person in our group who goes over the top with the self deprecation, and it's usually just about how disconnected she is from popular culture (she's one of them animu and mango types).

But yeah, I get where you're coming from. Don't worry, Billy (The Australasian) is doing well psychologically. We don't really have groups to "fit into" here in Australia (at least not here at my school). I'm mates with some pretty different people. As long as you're not crazy psycho, you can be friends with almost anyone here.
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#29 - mydreams (07/15/2015) [-]
Making fun of your heritage is not how to make friends. I don't really know much about your friend (obviously) but making fun of yourself is an easy way to "fit in" just like how fat people would make fun of their weight and only because they are making fun of themselves for others doesn't really make it fun for them. You don't have to make fun of the person you are to be funny or to make others laugh there is this one kid in my school who is like 100kg and only 15yr or younger and he's constantly just making fun of himself cause he thinks it's funny and to make people laugh but in reality it's really just sad.
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