sup nerds i decided to collide all of the masterposts and masterposts of masterposts into one giant ass masterpost because why the fuck not here we goooo (EDIT: Some of the links didn’t work, so i had to link them to the post on my blog!!)
Carl Wheezer, Sheen Estevez, & Libby Folfax (Jimmy Neutron)
-All three of them have what can be considered special interests that are a huge part of them. Carl has llamas, Sheen has Ultra Lord, and Libby has music.
-In Jimmy Timmy Power Hour 2: When Nerds Collide, they all experienced what Timmy literally referred to as wish overload when Cosmo & Wanda briefly granted their wishes. It should be noted that no character in Fairly Oddparents has experienced this, and in that state they were shielding themselves in similar ways as autistic people commonly use during sensory overload.
-Carl seems to experience sensory overload more than the other two. For example, in the episode Jimmy For President, he yelled out “STOP THE WORLD I WANNA GET OFF” when Jimmy, Sheen, & Libby all used some method of extortion or cheating into getting his vote. Later on in the episode, it is revealed that he’s the only one in the class who didn’t vote, and was on the verge of a meltdown when he actually tried to vote.
-In that same episode, Cindy had to tell Carl directly that she was paying him to vote for Libby since he thought she paid him on accident. Even after that he also didn’t get why Cindy winked, asking if it was because she liked him (obviously not).
-Sheen canonically infodumps about Ultra Lord at various moments. The shirt in his original main outfit even is an Ultra Lord shirt.
-Libby sometimes listens to music at inappropriate times, like during baseball practice in The Retroville 9. When it shows Libby doing this, she says “I was listening to a good song, I have priorities!”
(I’m still trying to find more for these three, almost all of the evidence I’ve found so far is for Jimmy)
If you tell me that your goal is systemic change toward radical acceptance, and I see that you treat those you perceive as lesser-than with the same kind of scorn and derision that pushed me toward this insular little subculture where I feel comfortable — and I do see this, every day, to the point where I’ve had to cull people I genuinely like from my social media feeds because it was that or get mentally knocked back every few minutes into the headspace I spent my K-12 years in and was only too happy to leave —then you’ve successfully convinced me that your acceptance is not radical and the change you want not systemic.