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Sooo… Cale has always been feminine… nice to know.
Running away isn’t feminine when the alternative is pulling a Richard, and slaughtering all three of them and grinding their bodies into a paste to feed to Sooba. It’s really the only good choice he had.
I’m just wondering if the Master told Shora about Cale’s future, so that she’d fake the kiss with the mohawk unibrow dude. I don’t wanna hit the next button, cause whatever’s there is gonna be sad.
I was referring to the pose and dramatic scream… and that he “ran out like a little girl”.
No… that’s… heroic anguish?
Okay, okay, it’s as girly as a tutu xD
Naw dude, tutu’s are manly as hell. You try doing some of the things ballerinas do (and do them properly). Takes a lot of muscle and skill. It’s girly as fairy wings and Edward Cullen is what it is.
I disagree. Dancers are awesome athletes. Some football players have even learned ballet to improve their footwork and stamina. But as soon as a dancer changes from their practice outfit into a tutu, they look like a Disney fairy princess. And I think that’s the whole idea. The tutu lets them look feminine for the story of the ballet, instead of like the badass acrobats that they are.
Plus, if a big fat scruffy dude was walking down the street in a tutu, somebody would call the police, or barf. But hey, everyone is entitled to their own idea of what’s manly
I’d love to try some of the things they do, but I don’t think my doctors or physical therapist would approve xD
I conceed the point, although you cannot argue that fairy wings and Edward Cullen are still girly.
Oh, I’m with you 100% on those. They both have pretty sparkles in the sunlight. (ˆ⌣ˆ)/
Mentioning fairy wings and Edward Cullen seems redundant. They’re the exact same thing.
So that’s why he always kept his shirt on, and Jacob did double the stripping for the fangirls…
And that’s the sound of me falling out of my chair, laughing.