Asuka+Hannah= Krow wet dream

Asuka+Hannah= Krow wet dream

Postby Centurion on Fri Sep 27, 2002 7:03 pm

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All I could think of when I saw it was...well, that french word for seeing something you've seen before...er, yeah.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Fri Sep 27, 2002 7:06 pm

Bwahaha, I want one. It's not uncommon to cosplay as a Nazi in Japan, people don't really seem offended by it. I guess to them it's not any different from say, a civil war uniform.

I'm not an expert, but that looks like a Luftwaffe uniform to me.
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Postby Centurion on Fri Sep 27, 2002 7:18 pm

Of course they don't see it as wrong. Would a Canuck or American bat an eye at an American/Canuck cosplaying as an English WWII officer?

That aside...while there are plenty of animes with underlying Nazi or Japan getting nuked in WWII, I have yet to see one that makes reference to the Italians...

Think of it: Three Italian privates in Ethiopia/North Africa, trying to avoid any sort of work as well as getting shot. Throw in a half-retarded monkey as a side kick and you've got comedy gold.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Fri Sep 27, 2002 7:56 pm

One of my favourite shows was a britcom called Allo' Allo'. It was about French Resistance fighters, but was really a pretty silly comedy. There was the ongoing joke about the main character cheating on his wife, and the funniest character IMO was Herr Flake the Gestapo officer.
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Postby Centurion on Fri Sep 27, 2002 8:36 pm

Ah...a British Hogan's Heroes but with the Frogs instead of the 'Mercans, aye?
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Postby Lou-ki on Fri Sep 27, 2002 11:29 pm

the french are great to laugh at in so many ways.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Sat Sep 28, 2002 12:22 am

Similar to it. Lt. Grueber was hilarious too. He was a gay nazi in love with the lead character.
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Postby Rann on Wed Oct 02, 2002 12:43 am

Krazy Krow wrote:Similar to it. Lt. Grueber was hilarious too. He was a gay nazi in love with the lead character.


I always figured Grueber for the Mister Humphries type... y'know, they never actually come out and SAY he's gay, there's just copious insinuations, and every so often they'll throw you a curve to keep you guessing.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Wed Oct 02, 2002 2:53 am

I think his "little tank" sealed it.
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Postby Rann on Wed Oct 02, 2002 2:55 am

Krazy Krow wrote:I think his "little tank" sealed it.


"Someone has stolen the batteries to my little tank!"
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Postby Rann on Wed Oct 02, 2002 3:23 am

By the way, a comment not on Britcoms, since I made a topic just for those...
Why is there this innate desire to associate Asuka with Nazi stuff just because she's German? It kinda annoys me. I mean, I have this one really great fanart pic of Asuka in my collection. The art is GREAT, the pose is GREAT, Asuka is GREAT... and she's got a Swastika tattooed on her arm.
It annoys me, because nothing I tell myself about it not mattering seems to work. Every time I'm browsing my gallery and come on that pic, I enjoy it for like, two seconds before my eyes track right to her upper arm. Blammo. enjoyment destroyed.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Wed Oct 02, 2002 3:36 am

As I mentioned, the Japanese don't have the same hang-ups over Naziism that Westerners do. WWII isn't taught that well in schools, and the part that is is taught solely as history with no moral lesson. As a result, WW2 German military stuff is geeked over in that schoolboy way with no inhibitions.

Heck, the band Dir En Gray dressed up as Nazis for a music video!

Of course, point taken. Germany and Nazi Germany aren't interchangeable. But be prepared for a shock if you ever visit the orient, there are swastikas all over temples. Backwards swastikas, but still the familar bent cross. It's a fairly old symbol.
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Postby Rann on Wed Oct 02, 2002 3:38 am

Krazy Krow wrote:But be prepared for a shock if you ever visit the orient, there are swastikas all over temples. Backwards swastikas, but still the familar bent cross. It's a fairly old symbol.


I wouldn't really be shocked. I'm aware that it's a very old symbol, and appears in art from various time periods all over the world. I think one of its uses I've heard of did start in Germany before it was even Germany, as a representation of Thor swinging his hammer.
That's also one of the things I try to tell myself so I can enjoy the pic. Still doesn't work.
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 9264 on Sun Oct 06, 2002 2:33 pm

Not to everyone: Do NOT EVER call a German a Nazi. He and everyone he knows will beta the living fuck out of you.

Yeah, the Nazis ruined that symbol like Hitler ruined that mustach style.
Bugger.

And I got a question; why are Nazi chicks always so hot? WHY?!?
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Postby Rann on Sun Oct 06, 2002 3:01 pm

Razi Oak wrote:And I got a question; why are Nazi chicks always so hot? WHY?!?


Because we know we're not supposed to want them...
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Postby Happy-pillz-pop-star on Sun Oct 06, 2002 3:12 pm

Razi Oak wrote:Not to everyone: Do NOT EVER call a German a Nazi. He and everyone he knows will beta the living fuck out of you.


i've omega'd the living fuck out out someone before.... :P
Don't you think that's totally spam? It's lubricated! well, i'm phasing.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Sun Oct 06, 2002 5:42 pm

Razi: I can't think of a better way to refute negative racial stereotypes :)

Confusing North and South Koreans is a close second for inciting violence.
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Postby Lou-ki on Mon Oct 07, 2002 2:42 am

you can also find swastikas in old native american culture and art, too. it's not just the swastika, but the pattern of the lines is very common, suppose to mean the universe or something like that... i really hate anthropology, regardless.
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Postby Keydo on Wed Oct 23, 2002 7:20 pm

There are more neo-nazis in Idaho than in Germany.
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Postby Krazy Krow on Wed Oct 23, 2002 11:06 pm

There was a group in my hometown of Calgary, too. They used to stick their pamphlets inside the uni paper, which seriously cheesed off the editor.
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