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Switching Places - Part Two
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Slamming the decaying wooden door shut behind him, I focused with concerned eyes as Stephano deliberately slid down to the floor, panting heavily.
"I knew you were telling me to go the wrong way!" Stephano exclaimed, clasping me tightly in his clenching fingers, squeezing my fragile being.
"I'm sorry Stephano! I'm sorry. . . " I murmured as he stood, regaining his breath and clearly ignoring me as he placed his golden scimitar away, causing me to whine.
"Aw, come on, be a bro Stephano.." I complained as he continued to ignore me even further, stretching his long limbs above his head tiredly.
"Stephanooo. . . " I pressed on, my small voice desperate as I tried to capture the Frenchman's attention.
He shook his head as he began walking again, finally tuning me in to capture what I was saying, "Just don't make a noise. . ."
I complied, keeping my mouth quiet as we continued adventuring. Stephano carried me for what seemed like hours that were, in reality, only slow passing minutes as we w
Cartoons are Just for Kids.I had this topic in my mind for several days, but I'm quite curious why some people continue to think this. Yes, a majority of children's programming are animated. However, there are a few cartoons that are aimed for adults. Yet, there are plenty of adults who are interested in children's cartoons.
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This can lead to one thinking that, "It's strange how a grown adult is watching cartoons for kids." Yes, it would depend on the show's targeted demographic, but let's bring some examples in.
Why do you think many people are so embarrassed to admit in real life, that they like "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic"? It's a show targeted for little girls, and being an adult who enjoys the show is abnormal. But why does this series have a very popular fanbase? The show appeals to many due to its good writing and entertaining characters.
Another example is "Arthur". It's a show on PBS Kids that has lasted over 18 years, and there's a reason for it. While it's demographic is mainly for kids,