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Monday, 12 December 2011
08:32:16 AM (GMT)

Also, his leg automail is missing.




Last edited: 16 December 2011

Kirti says:   12 December 2011   982492  
The probability that rule 63 will be used in fanart of a character
increases in direct proportion to the length of said character's

^Le scientific fact.^
‹< Dragon-tamer-1995 >› says:   12 December 2011   545593  
Rule 63 of the internet claims that "For every male character, there
is a female variant of that character. No exceptions."
So...yeah, if you're a male fictional character on the Interwebs,
you're screwed. 
‹SqueeneyTodd› says:   15 December 2011   539166  
Meh, I've seen worse.
‹??????› says:   15 December 2011   158328  
Oooh no, oh gosh no.
Kirti says:   15 December 2011   648555  
Sure, but in fanart specifically. If the character has long hair,
there are more femi fan drawings.
‹< Dragon-tamer-1995 >› says:   15 December 2011   699119  
So have I. I don't even get it, what's the appeal with giving guys

Sheesh, I'd hate to see gender-bending for Sephiroth then... D:
Does that also work in reverse, for when the shorter a female
character's hair is, the more likely they will be gender-bent into a
guy? D: 
Kirti says:   16 December 2011   456970  
It probably does, but for some reason f to m gender bending doesn't
seem as common as the reverse.
‹< Dragon-tamer-1995 >› says :   16 December 2011   356606  
I weep for fictional male characters on the internet.

But what if the guy characters are, like, Traps? Does gender-bending
them do a whole lot?
...I'm probably thinking way too hard about this. 


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