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Emmet and Ingo answer!

Emmet: “I am Emmet and I love everyone in town!  They’re all verrrrry cool!“

Emmet: "I love meeting new people and this biiiiiig town has lots of people to meet!”

Emmet: “The best part is no one’s mean to me!”

Emmet: “So…I don’t dislike anyone at all!”  

Emmet: “Sorry I couldn’t answer your question properly…”

Aww…all right, Ingo, same question to you!

Ingo: “Emmet.”

whosplayerthree asked stfu-moffat:

Hey there, I was wondering what you have to say about the argument that the “queer baiting” in Sherlock is just a misinterpretation of the writers making a crack at how two characters cannot have a deep, meaningful relationship without people declaring it a romantic one.

I think either interpretation is the writers being homophobic, so it wouldn’t change my opinion that much if it turned out to be the case (although it would be a huge mockery of their fanbase, which would be very cruel).

But honestly I think that theory is very unlikely and I don’t really see any evidence for it. The near-kiss between Sherlock and Moriarty may be a crack at that, but the general Sherlock/John queerbaiting doesn’t seem to be, especially as the relationship between Holmes and Watson is one of the main things people enjoy about the books/adaptations. It’s giving the writers way too much credit, in my opinion.

Besides, it would be very hypocritical for people who have transplanted Holmes and Watson to modern London, have people fawning over Holmes and keep misdiagnosing Holmes with ableist pseudo-psychiatric terms to criticise how other people demonstrate their fannishness for the Holmes canon. Especially as the people they’re mocking are the people who are watching and are fans of the show.

- C

whosplayerthree  asked:

Hello! I just want to send you another thank you for the "keep cultural context in perspective post", but also, I have a question. I know the culture Yosuke comes from is different from the one I do, but I was wondering if it is still acceptable to find a lot of his comments insulting, and annoyed when he continues to pick on Kanji, after they are supposed to be friends (though Kanji handles it pretty well with come-backs that shut him up)?

Of COURSE you can get mad at Yosuke! He’s a character, he’s *supposed* to be flawed, and you are *supposed* to get mad at his flaws! Crowd following is a flaw too, you know, it is a sign of a still weak, immature personality (which is exactly why Yosuke is a Magician Arcana), so you have every right to frown at him when he acts like that! But, you see, the point of Yosuke being a Magician Arcana is that he can still grow, can still rise above the patterns he has learned are “convenient” and come into his own. That’s what his character arc is about, after all, and that’s why after the game enters the third act, Yosuke’s picking on Kanji’s sexuality stops for the most part (unless there is something in The Golden that I missed, in which case, well, some parts of the added scenes were written a *bit* slowpily). Of course, P4U made a purpose of showing that everyone’s character development had back-stepped a bit as a result of the Protagonist leaving, but… Well, they all came out of it even stronger, so I guess eventually Yosuke is going to get over his “I wanna be cool” complex as well. It’s just gonna take a while and a lot of trial and error. 

Bottom Line, be annoyed at Yosuke, but don’t declare him malicious and evil for it. He can change and he’s trying to change. It’s just taking him a while. Like just like iit would take while for a real person to go through the same development.

whosplayerthree  asked:

But gary is 10! How is he getting girls twice his age? And driving a car? What did he do to earn such things, even before he started his journey? Tell us oh wise, and knowledgeable Ash from the town of Pallet.

THAT IS NOT A REAL CAR, THAT IS A TOY CAR.  GARY IS ACTUALLY VERY SMALL IN REAL LIFE SO TO FILM HIM DRIVING HE WAS PLACED IN A TINY TOY CAR AND ZOOMED IN ON, MUCH LIKE THE TECHNIQUE USED IN THE FANTASTIC FILM BASED ON THE HIT CHILDREN’S BOOK, THE MOUSE AND THE MOTORCYCLE.  GIRLS LIKE HIM BECAUSE HE IS CUTE AND TINY LIKE MARTIN FREEMAN OR MICHAEL J FOX.

-ASH AGE 10