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Pan and goku sex

Pan and goku sex

Most of the problems that come up with the female characters are on the 'gag' level, they have no purpose on the overall story, so they stick out more and are able to ruffle more feathers as it were. I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them. On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. But what about the numerous times we see or are told that Yamcha's pretty non-committal? So wouldn't it feel kind of lame if we didn't get to see it after it was flat out mentioned? It just wouldn't feel right to the story. How I see it though is that it's a bit of I'm practically immune to shock from that kind of character and gag nowadays, I'm I mean, what would be the fun if they stopped the Androids and we had a non-arc there? Okay, fine. Okay, but you admit yourself that Goku cares about family and Gohan's future less than he should. It's a great self esteem boost. With how she treats him, specifically her accusations which I'll touch on in another reply later down in this post , I can hardly blame him for not wanting to permanently latch himself to her. The idiotic stuff that Goku, and Vegeta - who frankly is the KING of bad decisions, my god - serve to make the story more exciting, even if they are the last thing someone should really choose to do if this were the real world. All right then, FINE. That and, it's kind of fitting that he'd be scared of committing based on how he was when we were first introduced to him. Or B , Yamcha had a moment of "Okay, seriously? Anyway, the way I look at it on that part is that either A Bulma finally got tired of Yamcha's 'cheating on her' that again, never happened IMO , and she shacked up with Vegeta in revenge. I can see that, I really can. Yes, we see him checking out some girls later in the franchise, and even getting all happy when some flirt with him. That's just my take on it anyway. Actually acting on it is detestable though, of course. Better still, why do these gag elements ruin the characters where so many of the male character's actual, non-gag faults do not? At the same time, I'm not saying it's due to some underlying sexism, but I actually totally am. Or maybe it's just that he was writing for young boys in the 90s when basic sexism was a lot more rampant. I'm more than willing to admit that it is a bit sexist the way people complain mostly about the annoying parts of the female characters in DB more so than the male side, but I think part of it is because of what you just said. Pan and goku sex



Okay, fine. With how she treats him, specifically her accusations which I'll touch on in another reply later down in this post , I can hardly blame him for not wanting to permanently latch himself to her. Okay, but you admit yourself that Goku cares about family and Gohan's future less than he should. That and, it's kind of fitting that he'd be scared of committing based on how he was when we were first introduced to him. Or if Boo was defeated so easily? And what about all the times Goku and other male characters ignore the big picture for a fight? Most of the problems that come up with the female characters are on the 'gag' level, they have no purpose on the overall story, so they stick out more and are able to ruffle more feathers as it were. I'm practically immune to shock from that kind of character and gag nowadays, I'm Yes, we see him checking out some girls later in the franchise, and even getting all happy when some flirt with him. All right then, FINE. Better still, why do these gag elements ruin the characters where so many of the male character's actual, non-gag faults do not? I know from a personal experience of being pretty bad with girls that if you later are flirted with, no matter how committed you are to your significant other, you'll feel really good about it. Anyway, the way I look at it on that part is that either A Bulma finally got tired of Yamcha's 'cheating on her' that again, never happened IMO , and she shacked up with Vegeta in revenge. THIS is how you think of me? At the same time, I'm not saying it's due to some underlying sexism, but I actually totally am. As for Yamcha - I actually don't believe he ran around on Bulma at all. Satan, I think we get a better pay off of his turn around his helping out against Cell by tossing Android 16's head to Gohan; him being among the main three to save the universe in the final major canon battle than we do for any of the female characters, regrettably. As for Mr. As much as I want to punt Vegeta into the sun for specifically his decision to let Cell reach his Perfect form, when I reflect on it outside of watching the series It just wouldn't feel right to the story. It just seems incredibly unlikely to me that the guy who was scared stiff of even LOOKING at a pretty girl, would later turn into a womanizer. Actually acting on it is detestable though, of course.

Pan and goku sex



Or if Boo was defeated so easily? Or B , Yamcha had a moment of "Okay, seriously? How I see it though is that it's a bit of Yes, we see him checking out some girls later in the franchise, and even getting all happy when some flirt with him. I know from a personal experience of being pretty bad with girls that if you later are flirted with, no matter how committed you are to your significant other, you'll feel really good about it. I'm more than willing to admit that it is a bit sexist the way people complain mostly about the annoying parts of the female characters in DB more so than the male side, but I think part of it is because of what you just said. It's a great self esteem boost. Fri Sep 28, 5: I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them. Why does the fanbase at large constantly take issue with them when Kame-Sennin's perversions, Yamcha's philandering, Mr. Satan's selfishness, etc. But what about the numerous times we see or are told that Yamcha's pretty non-committal? The idiotic stuff that Goku, and Vegeta - who frankly is the KING of bad decisions, my god - serve to make the story more exciting, even if they are the last thing someone should really choose to do if this were the real world. All right then, FINE. I do pretty much handwave Kame-sennin's perversions away since



































Pan and goku sex



Okay, fine. Or B , Yamcha had a moment of "Okay, seriously? I can see that, I really can. How I see it though is that it's a bit of Okay, but you admit yourself that Goku cares about family and Gohan's future less than he should. Satan's selfishness, etc. As for Yamcha - I actually don't believe he ran around on Bulma at all. As much as I want to punt Vegeta into the sun for specifically his decision to let Cell reach his Perfect form, when I reflect on it outside of watching the series With how she treats him, specifically her accusations which I'll touch on in another reply later down in this post , I can hardly blame him for not wanting to permanently latch himself to her. I find his unwillingness to commit to be pretty much her fault too honestly. Fri Sep 28, 5: I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them. But what about the numerous times we see or are told that Yamcha's pretty non-committal? That's just my take on it anyway. I know from a personal experience of being pretty bad with girls that if you later are flirted with, no matter how committed you are to your significant other, you'll feel really good about it. I do pretty much handwave Kame-sennin's perversions away since On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. Or if Boo was defeated so easily? The idiotic stuff that Goku, and Vegeta - who frankly is the KING of bad decisions, my god - serve to make the story more exciting, even if they are the last thing someone should really choose to do if this were the real world. I'm practically immune to shock from that kind of character and gag nowadays, I'm It just seems incredibly unlikely to me that the guy who was scared stiff of even LOOKING at a pretty girl, would later turn into a womanizer. All I know is the basic of what I'm trying to say here, in that I can see how people wouldn't find most DB females very likeable outside of appearance anyway due to some of the things that pop up with them, without much coming up to make up for them. At the same time, I'm not saying it's due to some underlying sexism, but I actually totally am. Why does the fanbase at large constantly take issue with them when Kame-Sennin's perversions, Yamcha's philandering, Mr. Anyway, the way I look at it on that part is that either A Bulma finally got tired of Yamcha's 'cheating on her' that again, never happened IMO , and she shacked up with Vegeta in revenge. I'm more than willing to admit that it is a bit sexist the way people complain mostly about the annoying parts of the female characters in DB more so than the male side, but I think part of it is because of what you just said. It just wouldn't feel right to the story.

Okay, but you admit yourself that Goku cares about family and Gohan's future less than he should. That and, it's kind of fitting that he'd be scared of committing based on how he was when we were first introduced to him. It just wouldn't feel right to the story. Or if Boo was defeated so easily? I'm more than willing to admit that it is a bit sexist the way people complain mostly about the annoying parts of the female characters in DB more so than the male side, but I think part of it is because of what you just said. It's a great self esteem boost. And what about all the times Goku and other male characters ignore the big picture for a fight? Okay, fine. Satan's selfishness, etc. Satan, I think we get a better pay off of his turn around his helping out against Cell by tossing Android 16's head to Gohan; him being among the main three to save the universe in the final major canon battle than we do for any of the female characters, regrettably. On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. So wouldn't it feel kind of lame if we didn't get to see it after it was flat out mentioned? I can see that, I really can. Anyway, the way I look at it on that part is that either A Bulma finally got tired of Yamcha's 'cheating on her' that again, never happened IMO , and she shacked up with Vegeta in revenge. Yes, we see him checking out some girls later in the franchise, and even getting all happy when some flirt with him. I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them. I do pretty much handwave Kame-sennin's perversions away since All I know is the basic of what I'm trying to say here, in that I can see how people wouldn't find most DB females very likeable outside of appearance anyway due to some of the things that pop up with them, without much coming up to make up for them. How I see it though is that it's a bit of Pan and goku sex



As much as I want to punt Vegeta into the sun for specifically his decision to let Cell reach his Perfect form, when I reflect on it outside of watching the series Better still, why do these gag elements ruin the characters where so many of the male character's actual, non-gag faults do not? Most of the problems that come up with the female characters are on the 'gag' level, they have no purpose on the overall story, so they stick out more and are able to ruffle more feathers as it were. That and, it's kind of fitting that he'd be scared of committing based on how he was when we were first introduced to him. Or maybe it's just that he was writing for young boys in the 90s when basic sexism was a lot more rampant. Satan, I think we get a better pay off of his turn around his helping out against Cell by tossing Android 16's head to Gohan; him being among the main three to save the universe in the final major canon battle than we do for any of the female characters, regrettably. I can see that, I really can. It just seems incredibly unlikely to me that the guy who was scared stiff of even LOOKING at a pretty girl, would later turn into a womanizer. On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them. As for Mr. At the same time, I'm not saying it's due to some underlying sexism, but I actually totally am. Why does the fanbase at large constantly take issue with them when Kame-Sennin's perversions, Yamcha's philandering, Mr. Actually acting on it is detestable though, of course. That's just my take on it anyway. All right then, FINE.

Pan and goku sex



Satan, I think we get a better pay off of his turn around his helping out against Cell by tossing Android 16's head to Gohan; him being among the main three to save the universe in the final major canon battle than we do for any of the female characters, regrettably. Satan's selfishness, etc. It just seems incredibly unlikely to me that the guy who was scared stiff of even LOOKING at a pretty girl, would later turn into a womanizer. It just wouldn't feel right to the story. I do pretty much handwave Kame-sennin's perversions away since I mean, what would be the fun if they stopped the Androids and we had a non-arc there? I can see that, I really can. But what about the numerous times we see or are told that Yamcha's pretty non-committal? That's just my take on it anyway. All I know is the basic of what I'm trying to say here, in that I can see how people wouldn't find most DB females very likeable outside of appearance anyway due to some of the things that pop up with them, without much coming up to make up for them. As for Yamcha - I actually don't believe he ran around on Bulma at all. I know from a personal experience of being pretty bad with girls that if you later are flirted with, no matter how committed you are to your significant other, you'll feel really good about it. On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. I find his unwillingness to commit to be pretty much her fault too honestly. I'm more than willing to admit that it is a bit sexist the way people complain mostly about the annoying parts of the female characters in DB more so than the male side, but I think part of it is because of what you just said. Or if Boo was defeated so easily? I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them. Actually acting on it is detestable though, of course. Or B , Yamcha had a moment of "Okay, seriously? Or maybe it's just that he was writing for young boys in the 90s when basic sexism was a lot more rampant. Okay, but you admit yourself that Goku cares about family and Gohan's future less than he should. Fri Sep 28, 5: Better still, why do these gag elements ruin the characters where so many of the male character's actual, non-gag faults do not? The idiotic stuff that Goku, and Vegeta - who frankly is the KING of bad decisions, my god - serve to make the story more exciting, even if they are the last thing someone should really choose to do if this were the real world. So wouldn't it feel kind of lame if we didn't get to see it after it was flat out mentioned?

Pan and goku sex



The idiotic stuff that Goku, and Vegeta - who frankly is the KING of bad decisions, my god - serve to make the story more exciting, even if they are the last thing someone should really choose to do if this were the real world. That and, it's kind of fitting that he'd be scared of committing based on how he was when we were first introduced to him. As for Mr. I can see that, I really can. I mean, what would be the fun if they stopped the Androids and we had a non-arc there? All I know is the basic of what I'm trying to say here, in that I can see how people wouldn't find most DB females very likeable outside of appearance anyway due to some of the things that pop up with them, without much coming up to make up for them. Yes, we see him checking out some girls later in the franchise, and even getting all happy when some flirt with him. Most of the problems that come up with the female characters are on the 'gag' level, they have no purpose on the overall story, so they stick out more and are able to ruffle more feathers as it were. As much as I want to punt Vegeta into the sun for specifically his decision to let Cell reach his Perfect form, when I reflect on it outside of watching the series Or B , Yamcha had a moment of "Okay, seriously? Okay, fine. And what about all the times Goku and other male characters ignore the big picture for a fight? Why does the fanbase at large constantly take issue with them when Kame-Sennin's perversions, Yamcha's philandering, Mr. Better still, why do these gag elements ruin the characters where so many of the male character's actual, non-gag faults do not? Actually acting on it is detestable though, of course. I find his unwillingness to commit to be pretty much her fault too honestly. On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. I'm more than willing to admit that it is a bit sexist the way people complain mostly about the annoying parts of the female characters in DB more so than the male side, but I think part of it is because of what you just said. So wouldn't it feel kind of lame if we didn't get to see it after it was flat out mentioned? It just seems incredibly unlikely to me that the guy who was scared stiff of even LOOKING at a pretty girl, would later turn into a womanizer. All right then, FINE. I know from a personal experience of being pretty bad with girls that if you later are flirted with, no matter how committed you are to your significant other, you'll feel really good about it. Satan, I think we get a better pay off of his turn around his helping out against Cell by tossing Android 16's head to Gohan; him being among the main three to save the universe in the final major canon battle than we do for any of the female characters, regrettably. I'm practically immune to shock from that kind of character and gag nowadays, I'm Fri Sep 28, 5:

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  1. And what about all the times Goku and other male characters ignore the big picture for a fight? It just wouldn't feel right to the story.

  2. It's a great self esteem boost. On an off note, you have no idea how refreshing it is to have an actual pleasant debate on something like this rather than a flame war, it's been way too long on my part. I do pretty much handwave Kame-sennin's perversions away since

  3. I'm not saying the women characters are a hallmark of three-dimensional writing, but there definitely seems to be a double standard in the way fans react to them.

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