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10 Characters I Feel Sorry For by KessieLou 10 Characters I Feel Sorry For by KessieLou
You've seen the "Top 10 Villains I Felt Sorry For" meme, now here's one for the heroes, heroines, main characters, and side-characters that I feel sorry for (plus honorable mentions).


#10.) Donatello (TMNT 2012): Donnie might be low on the list, but almost everybody knows what's gonna happen when Season 2 comes and Casey Jones arrives.:no:
I also felt sorry for him in that one CollegeHumor video of him being treated like he wasn't Splinter's favorite son/student (which is obviously not true, because Splinter loves them all equally), even though that video was a parody it was still very mean-spirited for a character that deserves more respect.

But when Casey comes in the current series, I don't know what will be too hard handle, a deranged jealous psychotic Donnie or a sad broken-heart Donnie?


#09.) Sid (Blue Sky Studios' Ice Age movies): For those who have been catching up on the "Ice Age" films, you know how Sid always gets treated in all of the movies.
His family always torture him and leave home without him, he can never get a date because of his looks (despite that all of the sloths look exactly like him!), claiming that he smells awful (when NONE of the animals had never taken a bath with soap either), and many more shallow and mean things they say about him.

Don't feel bad, Sid. Nowadays your species are now adored and people are trying to save them as much as Manny and Diago's descendants.


#08.) Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Marvel): What's not to feel sorry for Spidey? He lost his parents when he was very young, his Uncle Ben was murdered, his girlfriend Gwen died in his arms, lost some of his friends to the dark side, and has such a d*ck for a boss.

I know that Solkir from "Graphic Novel Picture Show (of "That Fellow in the Coat.com) hates Spidey, but the whole 50 years of drama thing, that's not the character's fault and there are gonna be different versions of the famous web-slinger.


#07.) Fluttershy (MLP: FiM): Call her a weakling and 'over-rated' if you want, but we can not deny that we can relate to the the timid pony. We all had moments when we feel lack of confidants, being picked on, or just shy in general.
Miss Fluttershy many people so emotionally, they'll even mentally defend her when her feelings get hurt (look at how many people hated Gilda for upsetting Fluttershy, though I'd hate to see what people would like to do to that Griffon if she punched Fluttershy in the face :paranoid: ).


#06.) Bat-Mite (D.C./Batman): Good thing or not that Bat-Mite has been appearing on my memes, but I can't help it that I have a soft-spot for the little guy.
Despite being cursed with his mischievous imp-nature, Bat-Mite just wanted to prove himself worthy of being a hero like Batman.
He isn't as annoying as Zack, H.E.R.B.I.E, Pluverizer/Tim, Fanboy, or any other wannabe sidekick fanboy characters, yet BM is still treated as an unwanted pest and even unwelcome being to Earth.

And as I've said before, I have a hunch that Bat-Mite might be the physical-form of the lost and inner personality traits Batman has/had, like some kind of mental fraternal twin or conscience that's trying to tell Bruce/Batman to lighten up once in a while or just help him in a tight situation.

It may seem that Batman despise him, but deep down he really does have a soft-side for BM, he just doesn't want to show it in public and ruin his dark image.;P


#05.) Varity of DC Heroes and Heroines: Many have traumatizing events (losing their parents in front of their eyes, finding out they were adopted), struggled through hard times (the suffrage, the wars, the rights for freedom), etc.
There's one of each we can relate to/wished to be (as long as you don't get too carried away ^^; ).


#04.) Cinderella: Whether it's the Disney version or just the Brothers Grimm version, every story about the woman who went from rags to riches (literally) always had her struggling through life with the "care" of an abusive money-grabbing stepmother, selfish brown-nosed stepsisters, and doing all of their dirty work without giving her a break since the servants quit.
And in the Disney version, although the stepsisters didn't hit Cinderella, it was still horrible for them to tear up her mother's dress that the mice and birds worked so hard to redesign it.
If the whole heroine being only described as incredibly beautiful isn't realistic for you, there's also been other adaptations where the stepsisters are portrayed as beautiful characters and Cinderella being the ugly one.
Ugly or pretty, Cinderella proves that abusment can attack anyone no matter what they look like.


#03.) Ryuunosuke Fuijinami (Urusei Yatsura): Yet another secondary character that makes it on the list. Although I do feel sorry for the main character, Lum, for how her stupid h*rny fiance would rather roost in the barn than the hen house (if you know what I mean), but there's another character that's more deserving to be on the meme, and that would be Ryuunosuke, or Ryuu (roo) for short.

At first Ryuu may look like a boy (or a girly-looking boy if you look at the eye-lashes), but Ryuu isn't actually a guy. "He" is actually a "she"!
The reason why she looks like a boy goes way back to when she was just a baby. Her father, Mr. Fuijinami, was really disappointed to find out that his first and only born child was a girl instead of a boy, because he's so sexist to think that only a male heir would run his food stands.
Once Ryuu's mother died, her father thoughtlessly decided to raise and dress his daughter as a boy, but he never shown any love or sympathy for his daughter and is still angry for the fact that she wasn't born a male.
He never hugged her, hold her, kissed her, heal her bruises, comfort her, or anything nice; He just beats her up, yells at her, and never let her be herself!:(
Mr. Fuijinami had ever gone too far by taking a sex-changing gun to turn Ryuu into a full-fledged boy.

All of her life Ryuu wanted to show the whole world who she truly is, a woman. But with no mother or female role model to teach her how to be like a girl, and her father always buying her men's clothes and tapping her breasts with wraps (to make her flat-chested), who knows when Ryuu's reflection will show who she is inside.


#02.) (tie) The Ugly Duckling and Quasimodo: Both male protagonists were claimed to be hideous and nobody would accept them.
They may have good personalities, but the people/animals around them are too shallow to look pass their "homely" faces.
While the Ugly Duckling was later proved to by a cygnet who grew up into a handsome swan (or got accepted by a swan family in the Disney short), Quasi on the other hand stayed the same but had a friend in Esmeralda who sees the good in him.

It is quite a pity that Quasi died aside from Esmeralda's dead body in the book; but luckily in the Disney version, Quasi (and everyone, except for Frollo) lived and once he show his face in public, the people did accepted him.

Both stories and adaptations are touching and will make you feel sorry for the main characters.


#01.) Casper the Friendly Ghost (Harvey Comics): The poor little fella, it's bad enough that he died so young (or at least was born as a ghost), but him being a ghost and having a kind heart, he hardly ever fits in with anyone and is so alone in the world.
The other ghosts, being stereotypical about their reputation, think that Casper is a disgrace of being a ghost because he'd rather befriend the living than scare them.
And despite his cute looks and kind personality, people and animals are easily frightened by him for just for the fact that he is a ghost.
At least Casper does managed to gain lots of friends who are kind enough to accept him.:)


Honorable Mentions:
Lum Invader (Urusei Yatsura)
Gizmo (Gremlins 1 & 2)
Wreck-It Ralph
Venellope Von Schweetz (Wreck-It Ralph)
Johnny-5 (Short Circuit)
The Iron Giant
The Once-Ler and the Lorax
Mia Thermopolis (The Princess Diaries)
Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
The Beast/Prince (any adaptation of "Beauty and the Beast" )
Spongebob Squarpants (in episodes like "Grandma's Kisses," "Little Yellow Book," "Fools in April" and "Dumped" )
Piglet (Winnie the Pooh)
Marahute (Rescuers: Down Under)
Splinter (any adaptations of TMNT)
The chickens from "Chicken Run"
Furball (Tiny Toons Adventures)
Akane Tendo (Ranma 1/2)
The Last Unicorn
Scrat (Ice Age)
Ryoga Hibiki (Ranma 1/2)
Maomolin (Ranma 1/2)
Makato/Lita Kino/Sailor Jupiter (Sailor Moon)
Charlie Brown (Peanuts)


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evantulac-123 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  New member Professional Artist
I feel sorry for Cinderella. Because she was abused by Lady Tremaine and the stepsisters tore up the dress the mice made. She reminds of Diesel from Thomas the Tank Engine. I also feel sorry for Fluttershy too. Because Gilda upsetted her.
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Same here.
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evantulac-123 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  New member Professional Artist
I see.
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FreshlyBaked2014 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2015  Student General Artist
I feel sorry for Charlie Brown, too. I also feel sorry for Squidward Tentacles.
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Jeffsoul13 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015
As much as I like all the ice age characters, I always identified with Sid the most. I disliked the way he was pushed around and even in the third film, I wanted to punch the lights out of the group for trash talking about him. He deserves more love!
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes he does.
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Jeffsoul13 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2015
I feel sorry for Casper and Fluttershy too, more for Casper since his uncles in the later versions torment him for his kind nature.
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:iconishikawanaoki:
This is the saddest thing I've ever read, it would make a lot of people cry.
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JayZeeTee16 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
You should have put SpongeBob and Squidward at the Honorable Mentions as well. They amazingly have Torture Episodes more than everyone else in the series, especially SpongeBob. Squidward on the other hand is nothing but a Butt Monkey.
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Gems-shadow Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2014
I love Fluttershy! Rainbow should have more patience with her!
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Twilightcloversuper8 Featured By Owner Edited Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I still can't believe there are people who hate Fluttershy.No, I disagree! 
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Furret24 Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2014
It's hard to not when she's so overrated.
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know.
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johannchristopherg9 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014  Student Artist
The weaker, the shyer, the calmer a pony is the better.
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Twilightcloversuper8 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
There are people who hate Fluttershy!? I thought she was the most beloved of all the ponies! omfg 
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nope! There are people who hate Fluttershy.:no: And for these reasons:

*Being bland
*Whimpy
*Over-rated (that's the 2nd dumbest reason)
*Crybaby
*Deserves to die/be bullied by Gilda
*Too sugary sweet enough to disgust them


And I've seen people actually put Flutterdhy on the memes of the Top 10 Characters They Hate.
www.deviantart.com/art/My-Most…
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Sonicgirl1552000 Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2015
You forgot to add that people also call her a Mary Sue.
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Cicilyn Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015
:iconfarnsworthplz: I don't want to live on this planet anymore .
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:iconishikawanaoki:
Those are the worst excuses I've ever heard from haters! Those people are jerks! I don't see anything wrong with Fluttershy, she's very nice, kind and doesn't deserve to be bullied! Bullying is for the weak. Strong people are brave, protect others and take on people who can fight back.
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Furret24 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014
I don't like because of her fanbase. It's the bronies who will defend Fluttershy no matter what she does and people like you that are what ruin Fluttershy for me and alot of others. (Oh, and she's a bit of a Mary Sue.)
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IshikawaNaoki Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014
I'm just saying it's not fair to bully someone as nice as her, if you're not a fan of her; that's fine, but insulting her and hating on her is just cruel and unjustified.
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know.
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Twilightcloversuper8 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I guess it's just their opinion. Are these people bronies, or any type of fan of My Little Pony?wut? 
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sonicfighter Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
I agree with Casper. Beside, not all ghost have to be scary.
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KessieLou Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes, some are lonely and/or board with nobody to talk to.
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sonicfighter Featured By Owner May 23, 2014
Yep.
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Bad-News-Kamina Featured By Owner May 13, 2014
 Bat-Mite! :D
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KessieLou Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:nod: Cute little guy, huh?
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PrincessKatieForever Featured By Owner May 8, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You know that there are a LOT of characters that you should be sorry for.
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tultsi93 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I'm so sorry but I don't feel sorry for Cinderella at all. She's weak and she did nothing for her dreams. She just sat and waited when her prince of her dreams come and takes her away. If Cinderella was somehow rebelled against her stepmother and her stepsisters, I would liked her more. But no! She gave these slave drivers to subject herself! Cinderella is a really bad example for children!

That's why Tiana's much better. She wouldn't allow anyone to treat herself like that, and she worked hard to make her dreams come ture!

By the way, I agree with 8. I like Spidey!
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Cinderella actually did rebel against her step family in "A Twist in Time," where Lady Tramaine (her stepmother) alternate time.

The only reason why she didn't in the original/first film is because all of the past servants left, and Lady Tramaine & her daughters are too spoiled and lazy to take care of themselves (and might not have a clue of how to do a few chores); Cinderella was the only one that volunteered because the servants did taught her a lot of things before her step-family came into her life.

It's the same case when one has a horrible boss, but they can't quit or rebel against the boss because the job puts bread on the table, and the boss is a greedy tyrant that won't take no for answer.


And this movie was made way before the feminist acts, so you can't argue about that.
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tultsi93 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Actually feminism was exist already at the beginnin of 1900s, but it wasn't called feminism when. It had then another name but I can't remember what it was...

And Cinderella didn't rebel at all. If Cinderella really had rebelled, she would've said "Wash your laundry yourself!" or something sassy. And did she pick the lock or escape from window then she was locked inside her room? No. Her mouse friend must to help her, because she's just a weak poor girl, who can't do anything by herself. She doesn't seem clever or smart at all. If I was Cinderella, I would escape from window, rush to the scen, catch the glass shoe and put it on my foot.

I know Cinderella had better life before her step-family (I've even read that original fairytale), but it doens't justify people to defence her. She didn't defence her honor at all. (And in that time, which Cinderella lived, was servants' rebellions, of course. And kinda bloody then...)I just can't stand inability!
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VidiaPhoenix Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014
Seriously? You want Cinderella to talk back? That wouldn't "defend her honor" at all. No matter what she did, the fact of the matter was that Lady Tramaine ran the house. If Cinderella had talked back she would've been slapped across the face, locked in her room, or even had her supper taken away. Even worse, if she talked back too much, Lady Tremaine would've finally decided she was too much trouble and just kick her out on the streets. And let me just tell you, a woman wouldn't get far on the streets in that time period, especially with no money.

There's more ways to be strong than to be "sassy" and "rebellious." Also, being sassy doesn't make someone more honorable, it makes them look like an entitled bitch who thinks herself to be above others. Being sassy is a quality I very rarely find appealing unless that it is part of their character or it makes sense. For Cinderella, it was neither.

Lady Tremaine had Cinderella wrapped around her finger, not because Cinderella was a girl, but because she knew Cinderella had no where else to go. She also knew Cinderella was a kind-hearted person and there's people out there who like to take advantage of such kindness.

Cinderella wasn't suffering from "inability" simply because she wasn't rebellious. Chores are actually a lot of hard work. Because of years of doing all those chores, she would definitely be able to take care of herself if such a situation required it. Taking care of a mansion single-handedly is no small feet. Most of the situations where she "did nothing" was because there was nothing to do. Like, when she was locked in a room. First, jumping out of her window was a bad idea if you remember how high her room was(at least three stories) and second, picking a lock is not as easy as t.v. makes it look. Most people who say "pick the lock" aren't even aware of how piking a lock even works.

The reason she dreamed about having a man one day was not because she felt inability to do anything without him, it was because it gave her hope. Her step-mom and step-sisters treated her terribly so she had the dream of one day being loved, and the cherry on the cake was when she gets to marry the man and move out. To her, it was the perfect scenario. She'd get away from the abuse to be with a person who would love her and take care of her(not because she is inable to take care of herself but because the man would probably do his best to make sure she is well kept).

Also, it was not weakness that had her hanging onto the dream. Quite contrary, it was strong of her not to give up hope. It is easy to give up hope, especially in horrible situations such as hers. Another thing, Cinderella, when given the opportunity to accomplish her dream, takes it! When she finally has a chance to pursue her dream, she doesn't shy away. She immediately says yes. She is ready to take a chance to accomplish her dream. A lot of people would've been beyond nervous to leave the house to go to the freakin' palace(especially if they had never really been outside of their house before) but Cinderella walks into the ball, absolutely confidant that she can make her dream happen. And it does. It takes a strong person to have such a confidant mindset.

Cinderella isn't a "weak" character because she didn't backtalk people. She is a strong woman who made the best of the situation that had been given to her. Then, when she had a chance to change it, she took it. So, it's not like she decided not to do anything because she couldn't. As soon as she could do something, she did it. She is still a strong person, despite not being a back-talking, dragon-slaying woman.

Sorry about the rant. I had a lot to reply to what you said. The way you acted as if Cinderella deserved her abuse because she didn't "talk back" struck a nerve. Not only would back talking get her nowhere, it would get her punished and make her seem less honorable. I personally believe it takes a certain humility to accept the chores as she did. I know I would never have handled the situation as well as she did. Also, the fact she is still is kind even after being emotionally abused and treated like crap shows even more of how strong of  person she is. Most people would have become angry, resentful and even hateful. The fact she continues to love people even after receiving so much hate is, in my opinion, very honorable.
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tultsi93 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Of course she was weak! Someone who's maybe 16 must to defence him- or herself. I understand this case with Snow White. She was a child. In the movie she was 14, in the original story she was only 8!
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VidiaPhoenix Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
That's your counter-argument? "Of course she was weak! Someone who's maybe 16 must to defence him- or herself."
Is being defensive really your only definition of strength? Do you not not see all the other ways a person can be strong(strong willed, strong mind, strong heart, strength in confidence, strength in courage etc...)?
I usually get longer replies that actually put up a good argument. This was a bit disappointing, to be honest.
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tultsi93 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
You don't obviously want the children won't learn to assert theirselves, right? How can you say that?!

I wasn't even talking about muscular power now, I was talking about the spirit of rebellion! Cinderella clearly hadn't a strong will or mind when she allowed stepmother and her stepsister to boss her around. And she doesn't seem intelligent when she didn't escaped from her room, when the stepmother locked her in there. Cinderella could have taken even if the needle or scissors on her hand and pick the lock open. She's a bad example fro children. The film clearly teaches: "You don't have to do anything. Just believe only in your dreams and they will come true." I just can't stand fecklessness! That's why I can't stand even Clawd sometimes!

And you want the children to grow invertebrates slaves? If Tiana had been in the same case, she wouldn't have allowed anyone to treat herself that way. Instead, she had developed a plan to escape and tried to run away into the woods or the countryside.

But, because I don't want to cause this international online dispute, so it's better that we don't discuss this issue anymore. I hate Cinderella and you like her, that's it. Peace?
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VidiaPhoenix Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
The spirit of rebellion is not something to be encouraged nor is it strength or "assertiveness". It is cowardly and deceitful.

"The film clearly teaches: "You don't have to do anything. Just believe only in your dreams and they will come true.""
Cinderella does do something. As soon as she had the chance to change her life, she takes it. She doesn't tell the Fairy Godmother, "Nah, I think I'll stay home and wait for my dream guy to come here." No, she goes out to the ball and finds her dream guy. That's taking action.

"And she doesn't seem intelligent when she didn't escaped from her room, when the stepmother locked her in there. Cinderella could have taken even if the needle or scissors on her hand and pick the lock open."
Again, you have no clue how to pick a lock. Picking a lock is not that simple. Unlike what movies teach you these days, not everyone can do it. In fact, most can't. You have to get special training to unlock doors. It's not just a run-of-the-mill talent. It's a specialized skill.

Also, I have met dozens of women of all ages who have watched this movie when they were young. Not a single one of them grew up believing she should be an
 "invertebrate slave." As if a kid is thinking of something like that. Most young girls watching the movie were probably thinking, "Wow, this is such an fun movie! Ooh, Cindy-relly has such a pretty dress!" They aren't thinking of growing up to allow men to "oppress" them.

The message of the movie is not to "do nothing and wait for your dream to come true" it is to "Never give up on your dreams". No matter how horrible she was treated, Cinderella remained kind and strong and she continued to believe in her dreams. Anyone who grows up with mental, emotional(and probably physical) abuse and is still a good person who won't give up on her dream when all odds are against her is not weak. It takes such a strong person to go through that and be the way Cinderella is.

P. S. Don't worry, I doubt this will become an "
international online dispute."
P. S. S. Not to ruffle any feathers but considering Cinderella's time period(
1400s-1600s France), Tiana(a black woman), would've been treated far worse and would've been watched a lot more. It would've been near impossible for her to escape. If she tried and was caught she would've been whipped or, more likely, hanged. I think Tiana would know where to cut her losses. Perhaps she does have the "rebellion" needed to escape but she is also smart. She knows there wouldn't have been many opportunities for a black woman who had escaped from servitude(black women in general had virtually no opportunities back then). In fact, Lady Tremaine would probably put up a reward for anyone who catches her. So, even if Tiana escaped, she would have spent the rest of her life fleeing. But, I suppose you think that's a better alternative because it's "rebellious," right?
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megthedoodler1999 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i totally agree with 10,9,5 and 1 ^^
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Garfieldfan22 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2014
I STRONGLY AGREE with number 9, 10, and (can't beleve I'm saying this) 7. BUT I STRONGLY AGREE WITH NUMBER 9!!! :(
hope everyone hides from me for this. :iconhomerhide-plz:
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tokyofox200 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
In the original story; Casper was a little boy who died but when Harvey comics picked up the rights they made him be born as a ghost and is still that way after many.many years which is why some fans of the series hated the movie for going with the original story as they liked him better born as a ghost and though his ghost parents are never seen in the comic book one has to wonder which one he takes after... But however I have to agree to disagree on Ryoga and Akane.. Most people would have common sense to move on with their lives instead of going after someone to pick a fight with them and how could he blame Ranma for his getting lost in what was supposed to be their first fight in the empty lot behind his own house?, Akane  always beat up Ranma for being a "pervert" even though she met Happosai who really IS perverted.. Among other reasons I don't like her..
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beneil Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
isn't ghost undead?
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tokyofox200 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
Ghosts are defined as  the departed souls or the energy form of those who died but it's not the same as being"undead" because they do not have bodies like a member of the "undead" has.. So they can't go around devouring flesh like a Hollywood zombie [[ not to be confused with the ones of myth/legend/whatever applies and/or real ones ]] and they can't drink human blood like a vampire and most ghosts/spirits leave the earth to never return.. So no they are not the same as being "undead" as the "undead" have fleshy bodies and fleshy desires though a few might say they are but it's really more on how one defines what "undead" means and for me that means having a flesh body that is past it's due date..
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beneil Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014
so voodoo zombie don't eat flesh but some vampire isn't undead & there feed on psychic energy.
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AirJackfuit Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013
I feel sorry for Donnie too -.- They have to make a Casey Jones, who is ugly... okay, it might be discusting to kiss a turtle or even marry one, but still... April is just going to take an ugly guy instead of a handsome and a skillful and a smart turtle... Im not a Apritello fan, but still I feel sorry for Donnie, and mad at April, her fault that Donnie gets heartbroken... I wish there would come a prettier girl than April and she would go with Donnie... like Tecna XD
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Or Ami Minzuno/Sailor Mercury.
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AirJackfuit Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013
Yeah, good idea :D
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MrNate2015 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
WHY  THE CLUCK IS SQUIDWARD NOT ON HERE!??!?!?!?!?!?!!?!??!
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Ecclytennysmithylove Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Student General Artist
At #3: Rumiko Takahashi, I'm going to say this once and I'm not going to say this again: CHILD ABUSE ISN'T FUCKING FUNNY!!! :rage:
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KessieLou Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Same thing with male abusement, sexual harassment/assault given from old perverts who whine like babies if they don't get what they want/die if they don't sense a pretty female;
Guys attending to rape teenage girls and/or smell their underwear (without even thinking about what has been through while being worn :blech: );

And guys being unfaithful wannabe womanizers that would rather go out with other women than the one that already likes him, and thinking that the best way to "show his love" to her by dating/groping/boning other women.:disbelief:
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Ecclytennysmithylove Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Student General Artist
Agree! :x

The only UY episode where we finally get to see Ryuunosuke wearing feminine clothes was in "Lady Ryuunosuke".
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