You have no idea askfm.
Can't don't believe in it :P
I am sorry i don't proofread what I type, I should really do that.
The only concert I wen to. A Weird Al Yankovich concert.
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A combination of parents, my friends, art, and other artists.
I like both of them.
Cliched answer, but I guess the rose.
Okay, full disclosure I have seen brotherhood, a bit of 2003, and sacred star of milos. With that said,I say those people are fantards.
Still spreading it.
It all depends, but mostly in my head.
I like both of them alot.
Well fanservice itself is pandering. it doesn't have to to be panty shots. For example, the 100th episode of MLP:FIM was filled with fanservice because it brought fanon aspects of characters and made it canon. So yeah it kind of is a misnomer since it extends to things beyond random panty shots and that kind of stuff.
It can work if it ties into the story as a whole (in regards to themes, symbolism, and motifs) or if it ties into the character who is the fanservice character (whether they are comic relief or it has something to do with their personality). As an example to each, the fanservice worked in the Ghost in the Shell movie because Motoko's nudity wasn't portrayed as sexy and it ties it into her struggle of dealing with the body she was put into. For a more specific character example, Talho Yuki from Eureka 7 wore skimpy clothes to get her boyfriend's attention when he thought he was Eureka's chosen one. When he eventually realized he wasn't, he began to pay attention to Talho more and since she has his attention there was no need for her wear skimpy clothes anymore. Come to think of it iisn't really fanservice if it works in a story because it is had a purpose and isn't there to pander. If you want to use it as comic relief, usually make it the result of a seductive or pervert who gets punished for his actions. Using the whole "male character accidentally falls on a woman and results in him getting punished" is cliched isn't satisfying because the character getting punished did nothing wrong.
It's kind of double standard really. As Americans, we used violence to settle confilcts, but going back to our puritans roots we are ver conservative in that regard. So really it isn't okay to see it that way.
Ninouh presented his points well, but I find it rather misguided and have to disagree. I mean there is nothing wrong with TnA every now and then, but constantly shoving it down our throats (when it isn't an echii) is annoying. It can work if it is contextualized well and/or fits into the work as a whole.
Ask them about where these fears are coming from and give them advice on how to change their behavior.
I would try to understand why they have this issue and try to help them. If I unable to help them, I will tell them to go someone who can 9like a therapist).
Never saw it.
All of them.
I can get used to it, but i don't like it. It is because i have aspergers.