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Re: The funny pics thread? :)
« Reply #180 on: 31 May 2018, 15:35 »
I wasn't entirely sure on that one. Any more sounds better if it was in a film, heh.
« Last Edit: 31 May 2018, 15:38 by ManicMatt »

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Re: The funny pics thread? :)
« Reply #181 on: 01 Jun 2018, 12:40 »


What even is Bulbasaur? He's like a cross between a tortoise, a toad, a plant, and a dinosaur or some kind.
I always figured he was a plant tortoise, because of the bulb on his back, but after all these years, I'm still not sure. ???

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Re: The funny pics thread? :)
« Reply #182 on: 02 Jun 2018, 14:02 »
What even is Bulbasaur?

You're asking what a Japanese game/anime character is?

I gave up asking that around about the first 2 years after moving here...

But I will give you the answer you would most likely get here:

"He is a Bulbasaur! Duh!"

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Re: The funny pics thread? :)
« Reply #183 on: 06 Jun 2018, 00:44 »
To be that guy. Bulbasaur = many plants come in the form of bulbs. See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulb A -saur suffix is used here to mean a dinosaur, which is to say an extinct reptile. So there we have it.

Now for something completely different.

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Re: The funny pics thread? :)
« Reply #184 on: 06 Jun 2018, 12:08 »
To be that guy. Bulbasaur = many plants come in the form of bulbs. See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulb A -saur suffix is used here to mean a dinosaur, which is to say an extinct reptile. So there we have it.
But it's not called Bulbasaur in Japanese. After all, Venonat is based on a mite, not a gnat. The English translations of Pokemon names are usually quite meaningless when determining what a Pokemon is based on (sometimes the original names are equally meaningless).

"He is a Bulbasaur! Duh!"
Best answer I've ever read for this question. :-D

Re: The funny pics thread? :)
« Reply #185 on: 19 Jun 2018, 17:02 »
Cat or chicken? :-X