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"Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
 
   (at least, I think they are--by Asgardian standards, if nothing else)

I find myself wondering what he's going to give her. Because I'm sure he's going to give her -something-.

And I can't help but think that something is going to be a giant robot. (Because, duh, Corwin.)

Going from there, the potential robots he could find-and-restore/make are many, of course--but the main character mecha from the series Shinkon Gattai Godannar are what really stick out in my mind. Because, well, Go and Anna had just gotten married, and Godannar and Neo Okusaer are combiners, and... it just fits.

Just some ramblings, of course. o/~


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  RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... BeardedFerret Jan-19-10 1
     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... The Traitor Jan-19-10 2
         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Sofaspud Jan-19-10 3
         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Gryphonadmin Jan-19-10 5
         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... clg Jan-19-10 7
             RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Sofaspud Jan-20-10 11
                 RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... clg Jan-20-10 12
                     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Sofaspud Jan-21-10 13
                         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... clg Jan-21-10 16
     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Gryphonadmin Jan-19-10 4
         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... dstar Jan-19-10 6
             RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... trigger Jan-19-10 8
             RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... BeardedFerret Jan-19-10 9
                 RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... dstar Jan-20-10 10
                     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Tabasco Jan-21-10 14
                     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... The Traitor Jan-21-10 15
                         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Terminus Est Jan-23-10 17
                             RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... The Traitor Jan-23-10 18
                                 RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Ladegard Jan-23-10 19
                                     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... The Traitor Jan-24-10 21
                                     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Pasha Jan-26-10 22
  RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... E_M_Lurker Jan-24-10 20
     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... KurenaiXIII Feb-02-10 23
     RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Barricade Mar-05-10 24
         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Gryphonadmin Mar-05-10 25
             RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... The Traitor Mar-06-10 26
         RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Apostate_Soul Mar-06-10 27
             RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Tabasco Mar-06-10 28
                 RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married... Barricade Mar-10-10 29

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BeardedFerret
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1. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   I can imagine the father of the groom giving her a ship for a wedding present.

Maybe a card with note saying 'Surprise!'


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2. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   LAST EDITED ON Jan-21-10 AT 11:48 AM (EST)
 
Indeed.

I'd kinda assumed that someone would try to persuade Anthy to get into a cake. And then said person would get hurled out of a window, carefully avoiding all the sensitive, delicate roses before going squelch on the patio.

Edit for added clarity in the face of chronic misunderstanding.

Also, there is such a thing as a drunken bet, y'know.

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3. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >I'd kinda assumed that someone would try to persuade Anthy to get into
>a cake. And then get hurled out of a window, carefully avoiding all
>the sensitive, delicate roses before going squelch on the patio.

Maybe I'm missing your point, but, if not...

... I can't imagine -any- scenario where this would be considered a win. Nor can I think of anyone close enough to the trio who would be able to persuade her to do such a thing, who'd then want to squelch her on the patio.

Akio, maybe... but see above re: 'close to the trio'.

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5. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >I'd kinda assumed that someone would try to persuade Anthy to get into
>a cake.

Seriously? You had? Because given the facts currently in evidence, that is a deeply absurd assumption to have reached. I mean... really quite, quite wrong.

>And then get hurled out of a window, carefully avoiding all
>the sensitive, delicate roses before going squelch on the patio.

Or, as the great philosopher Strong Sad once said, "I rarely know what you're talkin' about."

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7. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   LAST EDITED ON Jan-19-10 AT 07:45 PM (EST)
 
Pretty sure he meant that "someone", not Anthy, would get hurled out the window.

So that part makes sense, but who in their group would be stupid enough to make the suggestion?

- Chad


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11. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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I'm just trying to figure out the whole window-hurling thing. Girl-in-cake, okay, I can understand (and possibly appreciate) that. Not sure it fits this group, but, I get it.

Taking said girl-in-cake and hurling them out a window seems like a waste of perfectly good cake and girl to me. I'm not sure what the point is.

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12. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   …oh for Pete's sake. Anthy's staying put. Nobody's going into a cake, and the person who suggests otherwise is going out the window.

(Which is why none of their friends would so suggest. So it's still a strange comment.)

- Chad


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13. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   ... oh.

I get it now. Parsing error, my bad.

(and yes, it's still strange. :)

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16. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   No worries. You weren't exactly the only one.

- Chad


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4. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >I can imagine the father of the groom giving her a ship for a wedding
>present.

She's already got one of those, though. Some people are just naturally hard to get gifts for...

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6. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >>I can imagine the father of the groom giving her a ship for a wedding
>>present.
>
>She's already got one of those, though. Some people are just
>naturally hard to get gifts for...

Yeah. I mean, in a way, she's got her own *universe* (well, shared with Corwin and Anthy). How do you top that?

Shalon Wood


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8. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   It's not the gift, it's the thought.

...although frankly, I can't imagine that her _present_ was Corwin's biggest concern given he just went on a quest to prove that he could marry her in the traditional fashion.

rolls her eyes,
t.

now has a headache.


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9. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >Yeah. I mean, in a way, she's got her own *universe* (well, shared
>with Corwin and Anthy). How do you top that?

Fuzzy dice for the ship. And universe, come to that.


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10. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >>Yeah. I mean, in a way, she's got her own *universe* (well, shared
>>with Corwin and Anthy). How do you top that?
>
>Fuzzy dice for the ship. And universe, come to that.

*snrk*

Now I have a mental image of a pair of giant fuzzy dice hanging from the bell-tower....

Shalon Wood


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14. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   I had one of a pair hanging in front of Valiant's main viewscreen, myself...

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15. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >Now I have a mental image of a pair of giant fuzzy dice hanging from
>the bell-tower....

Freud would be proud.

---
"She's old, she's lame, she's
barren too, // "She's not
worth feed or hay, // "But
I'll give her this," - he blew
smoke at me - // "She was
something in her day." --
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Victory

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17. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   *insert facepalm here*
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18. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   Still, it's better than bath salts for the umpteenth year in a row...

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barren too, // "She's not
worth feed or hay, // "But
I'll give her this," - he blew
smoke at me - // "She was
something in her day." --
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Victory

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19. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
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21. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   Oh, I know I'm a colossal idiot. And I'm comfortable with who I am. It's like with stamps, y'know? Flaws are more valuable than perfection.

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barren too, // "She's not
worth feed or hay, // "But
I'll give her this," - he blew
smoke at me - // "She was
something in her day." --
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22. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and
>remove all doubt.
> Abraham Lincoln
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20. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   LAST EDITED ON Jan-24-10 AT 04:42 AM (EST)
 
>And I can't help but think that something is going to be a giant
>robot. (Because, duh, Corwin.)
>
>Going from there, the potential robots he could find-and-restore/make
>are many, of course--but the main character mecha from the series
>Shinkon Gattai Godannar are what really stick out in my mind.
>Because, well, Go and Anna had just gotten married, and Godannar and
>Neo Okusaer are combiners, and... it just fits.

I still think Lion Force Voltron would be a good fit for the Duelists. :)

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23. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
In response to message #20
 
   >>And I can't help but think that something is going to be a giant
>>robot. (Because, duh, Corwin.)
>>
>>Going from there, the potential robots he could find-and-restore/make
>>are many, of course--but the main character mecha from the series
>>Shinkon Gattai Godannar are what really stick out in my mind.
>>Because, well, Go and Anna had just gotten married, and Godannar and
>>Neo Okusaer are combiners, and... it just fits.
>
>I still think Lion Force Voltron would be a good fit for the Duelists.
>:)
>
>--The Evil Midnight Lurker what Lurks at Midnight
>"An object at rest--CANNOT BE STOPPED!!!"

Too many Duelists now. They'd need Vehicle Force Voltron to have enough seats.


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24. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   Dunno. I'm kind of partial towards the idea he gives her a necklace in the shape of a drill, and occasionally when she's pulling an Utena, it subtly glows bright neon green.....

Although the idea of pulling off the Godannar matchup is just so hilariously PERFECT, I'd love to see it. Especially how well that series pulled it all off.


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25. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >Dunno. I'm kind of partial towards the idea he gives her a necklace in
>the shape of a drill, and occasionally when she's pulling an Utena, it
>subtly glows bright neon green.....

How does anything "subtly" glow bright neon green?

Anyway, the last thing you want to do when Utena's being Utena is make her consciously aware of it; she might stop. :)

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26. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >>Dunno. I'm kind of partial towards the idea he gives her a necklace in
>>the shape of a drill, and occasionally when she's pulling an Utena, it
>>subtly glows bright neon green.....
>
>How does anything "subtly" glow bright neon green?

The colour could be bright neon green, but the intensity of the glow could be quite low. 'Sides, this is Corwin. He could reattune the glow of the necklace so that it's softer... we're talking about a friggin' deity here. A well-muscled and techno-literate and fluffy-haired and, and, and...

Anyone needs me, I'll be in my bunk.

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27. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   >occasionally when she's pulling an Utena, it
>subtly glows bright neon green.....


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28. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   Don't the Lenses glow slightly in their basic color? It could be something like that.

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29. "RE: Now that Corwin and Utena are married..."
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   I was more referring to how its a 'Spiral'....

(or does no one watch Gainax anime anymore?)


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