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#213 - of boys and men
hmmm... interesting little exploration of opinion, eh?
It is very interesting to see Ayne being something other than angry. She looks very concerned, worried, or just plain protective of Leaf. Nicely done.
Wow! This is really good! I agree, Ayne is good at being protective!
And it's true that in a way all men are the same...
... while in other ways they're all different.
For instance the other of the two guys going to smash eggs, the one that carried the hammer at first... He didn't want to do it - unlike some, he seemed to actually think about stuff. :P
Bah! It's like saying all women are the same... by extension, that all humans are the same. Simply preposterous.
Of course, I am a strong beleiver in chaos, so, I may be biased about this.
Powers That Aren\'t says:
So, you take it on a 'Case-by-Case' basis, and accept that there is a 'mean range', where most men fall in the middle, but there are significant number that fall outside the median and wind up in either of the 'fringe' ends. However, the only way to tell if a particular individual is 'in the middle' or 'on a fringe' is to ask. (Unfortunately, most people, median >:D, don't even ask, and just assume...)
The Amazons appear to use this methodology in Leaf's case, but Ayne doesn't apply the same to the Amazons; At least, not without more evidence to the contrary.
So, on another note, think Ayne has proven herself enough to warrant a real Amazon bow, and not the "child's toy" she is currently using?
Yes. That's how I do it. The human race has a wide standard deviation, many times wider than the difference in mean between any two groups.
In a way you could, in fact, say that all humans were equal. It all depends on perspective really!!!
I always used to get flak for saying I understood women - it's not something a man is supposed to do (or say).
But in many ways I do. The trick is that every man or woman is an individual and should be approached as such. By not applying stereotypes or expectations you can really understand ... in time.
Just my opinion of course =)
Good opinion Mithandir...yet you will never understand us!!!!!!!
just as we shall never understand you guys.
Eraikei W. O. says:
That's right Midget. They'll never understand us. Even if a guy somehow figures out a woman's mind. I doubt it will happen though.
Mithandir, that is defenitely true. People are unique in their own way. Some people are more 'unique' than others, but we'll just stay away from that topic.
Alien, once again, great drawings! *_*
And yet, does not one wish to be understood? A bow to Mithradir, who hits it right nonetheless.
Mimir: Not everyone wishs to be understood. People keep secrets for that very reason.
Aye, I know I do. (keep secrets that is)
i keep secrets myself.i also keep stuffed animals!!:)
mith to understand women from what i know of them its like trying to think of order when your surronded by pure chaos or vise versa depending who the lady is and your state of mind
WOW! This turned into quite a debate didnt it!
I say have expectations if you must but don't box people up before you know them.
Queen Julietaini of Kiador says:
Quite a debate. I didn't know Ayne was that strong. But her hairdo looks great up close.
they'll never understand....
understood men they'd all want to become Amazons!
100 cookies and some shines or the stuff animals gets it!!
And even if you think you understand the opposite sex there are always MISunderstandings...and those can get really icky...
ivellios, could you understand women better if you had a bow with you, so you could turn things into a pincushion? *innocent face*
I want myself 2 b understood generally, but alot of things about myself I would not want 2 b understood (like my real name)
Amen to that Bubbles
leaf+ayne =love4ever...not says:
i.. want my babyback riiiiiiibs (austan powers)By fat bastard
I love the first two panels of the strip! Leafs ears look kinda weird though...
i dont think i'll ever be really understood or find a boyfriend that actuly cares bout me *sigh*
shouldn't it be a "herstory" considering how much the amazons argue about naming their history
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