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RE: Naruto

Postby richvh » Thu 02.22.2007 5:49 pm

Looks to me like this topic belongs in Anime and Manga.
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RE: Naruto

Postby tanuki » Thu 02.22.2007 5:55 pm

I hate all Naruto characters. Does that count?
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RE: Naruto

Postby PsychoSP » Thu 02.22.2007 6:31 pm

tanuki wrote:
I hate all Naruto characters. Does that count?

It doth.
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RE: Naruto

Postby Nofil221 » Thu 02.22.2007 10:23 pm

I like Sasuke because he doesn't yell. But, I hate Orochimaru and Naruto, thay need to die. I can say that because they're not real peole :). Shikamaru and Kiba are the best, though.
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RE: Naruto

Postby Gan » Thu 02.22.2007 11:01 pm

I sometimes wonder if it's appropirate to use the word "like" as in like a person, for anime characters. You can like, the roles, and the characters given emotions..(Not really the characters thought but what the character was told to think - feel by the writers) I mean, laying I like sasuske to me is like saying I like "Dark Tower: The Movie" When there is no such thing.. I opt to say, I like sasuske's character. Instead of just sasuske.. Did i just make an ass out of myself? :p
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RE: Naruto

Postby tanuki » Thu 02.22.2007 11:18 pm

Well, Sasuke IS a character, so saying "Sasuke's character" is kind of redundant, I think. Imagine if it were an actor/actress, you could say: "I liked Jennifer Aniston's character, Rachel, in Friends", but you wouldn't say "I liked Rachel's character."

The difference is that you can like Jennifer Aniston as a person, but with animated characters that's impossible, they're just characters.
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RE: Naruto

Postby Gan » Thu 02.22.2007 11:24 pm

Yeah, I understand.. I don't know what I was thinking lol
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RE: Naruto

Postby tanuki » Thu 02.22.2007 11:29 pm

By the way, I do think that you can like characters. And you can also hate them, or be indifferent. In fact, I think it's natural and one is expected to have these feelings, otherwise literature wouldn't be really interesting (I'm thinking about characters in books, but the same applies to films, soap operas, anime...).

However, the boundaries between reality and fiction must be clear; you must be aware that these are merely fictional characters and that you'll never going to be able to "have" them in any way you'd like.

Of course the possibility of "having" certain real, flesh-and-bones people is also minimal, to the point of being a practically fictional desire.
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RE: Naruto

Postby Fletch13 » Fri 02.23.2007 12:19 am

sasuke..orochimaru...they're gay.
You know....I really love muffins.
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RE: Naruto

Postby Fletch13 » Fri 02.23.2007 12:20 am

tanuki, what's with the pic?
You know....I really love muffins.
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RE: Naruto

Postby ashitaka » Fri 02.23.2007 12:34 am

Oh Oh I hate all anime charecters and almost all anime freaks.

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RE: Naruto

Postby aKuMu » Fri 02.23.2007 12:41 am

ashitaka so you're one of those? For liking Monoke Hime? THe best Anime in the world!!!!!!1111 ? :p

I dont know what up with your recent "I hate Anime" but, to don't like Anime
and insulting others for liking Anime, is well, dumb and ignorant.
Ah, and childish.
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RE: Naruto

Postby Nofil221 » Fri 02.23.2007 1:15 am

My sister says the same thing (or about the same thing), but I think you shouldn't put peole in a catigory like that (even though I dislike the other kids who watch anime at my school.)
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RE: Naruto

Postby mc2w » Fri 02.23.2007 4:31 am

I haven't really started watching Naruto since I just borrowed the boxed set yesterday, and I didn't feel like working my schedule around watching Naruto on Cartoon Network. It's a great show, I can't wait until I get into the later episodes.
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RE: Naruto

Postby tanuki » Fri 02.23.2007 4:39 am

Fletch13 wrote:
tanuki, what's with the pic?


Huh? It's a nurse tanuki, thank you very much.
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