Comment on PETA Condemns Pokémon as “Animal Cruelty” by Anonymous:

SO what’s next? Monster Hunter?

-YukitoOnline


Anonymous made other comments on this post:

  • PETA Condemns Pokémon as “Animal Cruelty”:
    hahhahahaha .. this is a joke right? Then again I always wondered how they got pokemon in those tiny pokeballs… trollface.jpg

  • PETA Condemns Pokémon as “Animal Cruelty”:
    A few things to say. 1. I prefer to eat meat. 2. If they want to end animal cruelty go to Africa. They’ll kill something just for the hell of it (and to feed those shriveled mummies called Ethiopians). 3. Pokemon is no different than MMA (mixed martial arts). People beating the shit out of each other to amuse others, make money, and become (pokemon) masters. Want to end cruelty? Try ending underground muay thai rings. Those places are brutal. Other guy just broke both his arms and a leg and …

  • PETA Condemns Pokémon as “Animal Cruelty”:
    PeTA does exist in Unova. They’re called Team Plasma.

  • PETA Condemns Pokémon as “Animal Cruelty”:
    How Come Peta Never protects Cockroaches huh Hundreds of them are stepped on everyday. Well fine I,m gonna do it Starting Today I,m starting the Hands Off my Cock foundation and every donation will go Towards protecting cockroaches.

  • PETA Condemns Pokémon as “Animal Cruelty”:
    that akward moment when peta reminds you of ghetsis…

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    Ya, wtf, where’s Cowboy Bebop?! Only about half of this list makes any sense to me.

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    Totally agree with some of the list, totally disagree with others. Shingeki no Kyojin?? wtf, good series but doesn’t fit the description of the list. Paprika? It just felt like a watered down, regurgitated, heavy-handed version of Kon’s earlier work. If you want to see something really intellectually stimulating or “edifying” watch Perfect Blue. That should’ve made the list well before Paprika.


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