History FurryConfusion / WesternAnimation

7th Dec '16 1:59:14 PM ironballs16
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** A later episode explains how this works, featuring a chicken farm run by a family of FunnyAnimal chickens, with the livestock acting like normal chickens but still looking anthropomorphic (and apparently enjoying things like movies and Foozball). The difference between 'friend' animals and 'food' animals is that the food animals are injected with hormones that keep them from developing mentally, so that 'there is absolutely no moral grey area'.

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** A later episode explains how this works, featuring a chicken farm run by a family of FunnyAnimal chickens, with the livestock acting like normal chickens but still looking anthropomorphic (and apparently enjoying things like movies and Foozball). The difference between 'friend' animals and 'food' animals is that the food animals are injected with hormones that keep them from developing mentally, inhibit their mental development, so that 'there '[[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial there is absolutely no moral grey area'.area]]'.
2nd Dec '16 12:02:47 PM Pichu-kun
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** In one episode two of the most posters are "Kung-Fu Koala" and "The Ram Pack". While they could be in-universe FunnyAnimal flicks, they could also be films referencing the actors species.

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** In one episode two of the most movie posters are of "Kung-Fu Koala" and "The Ram Pack". While they could be in-universe FunnyAnimal flicks, they could also be films referencing the actors species.
2nd Dec '16 11:53:03 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' has several instances of this too

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* ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' has several instances of this toothis:


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** Current presidents are depicted as {{Funny Animal}}s yet the Lincoln Memorial has Lincoln as a human.
7th Nov '16 7:19:45 PM jormis29
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* Played with in ''DMynaLeagues'', where after losing a high stakes arcade game to an anthropormoprhic Raccoon, they have a rematch playing a Davy Crocket-themed game. The Raccoon scoffs at the childish game, and agrees to play, but suffers a nervous breakdown when he see the Raccoon-skin hats the player characters wear.

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* Played with in ''DMynaLeagues'', ''WesternAnimation/DMynaLeagues'', where after losing a high stakes arcade game to an anthropormoprhic Raccoon, they have a rematch playing a Davy Crocket-themed game. The Raccoon scoffs at the childish game, and agrees to play, but suffers a nervous breakdown when he see the Raccoon-skin hats the player characters wear.
6th Sep '16 7:38:44 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* ''Literature/MaxAndRuby'' takes place in a WorldOfFunnyAnimals, or more specifically one full of FunnyAnimal rabbits. Despite this several of Ruby's dolls are of humans.

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* ''Literature/MaxAndRuby'' takes place in a WorldOfFunnyAnimals, or more specifically one full of FunnyAnimal rabbits. Despite this this, several of Ruby's dolls are of humans.
6th Sep '16 7:36:30 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** Applejack has Winona, a sheepdog who behaves just like a regular (albeit well-trained) animal. In a later episode, we are introduce to the Diamond Dogs, anthropomorphic creatures that speak, walk on two legs, and wear clothing. To be fair, the Diamond Dogs are essentially canine-looking [[AllTrollsAreDifferent trolls]] with a PunnyName.

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** Applejack has Winona, a sheepdog who behaves just like a regular (albeit well-trained) animal. In a later episode, we are introduce introduced to the Diamond Dogs, anthropomorphic creatures that speak, walk on two legs, and wear clothing. To be fair, the Diamond Dogs are essentially canine-looking [[AllTrollsAreDifferent trolls]] with a PunnyName.
6th Sep '16 7:32:39 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** What's even more confusing is that in the opening, Brain obviously sees Mr.''Rat''burn's face as being the shape of a shark fin. A human with that face shape? The same joke occurs in ''The Shore Thing''.

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** What's even more confusing is that in the opening, Brain obviously sees Mr. ''Rat''burn's face as being the shape of a shark fin. A human with that face shape? The same joke occurs in ''The Shore Thing''.
24th Aug '16 5:41:54 PM ading
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** PlayedForLaughs in "The Nest", when Gumball is scratched by a non-anthro cat and remarks "And that is why I am ''not'' a cat person", [[LampshadeHanging much to Darwin's confusion]].
26th Jul '16 7:35:55 PM Pichu-kun
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** An episode showed a ''human''. It was in a ShowWithinAShow though. Also the current season seems to keep on leaning on the "They're human but only look like animals to us" theory much more then before. For example a bear (or possibly aardvark) character had a rabbit mother, and a rabbit character drew a regular rabbit; also, the gang has been shown to cover their "ears" by touching the sides of the heads every once in a while, even when their ears are on top of their head. On the flip side, to confirm that they are animals, you have Buster's ears, George's antlers, and the biggest one of all - ''Bionic Bunny''.

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** An episode showed a ''human''. It was in a ShowWithinAShow though. Also the current season seems later seasons seem to keep on leaning on the "They're human but only look like animals to us" theory much more then before. For example a bear (or possibly aardvark) character had a rabbit mother, and a rabbit character drew a regular rabbit; also, the gang has been shown to cover their "ears" by touching the sides of the heads every once in a while, even when their ears are on top of their head. On the flip side, to confirm that they are animals, you have Buster's ears, George's antlers, and the biggest one of all - ''Bionic Bunny''.



** "Shelter From The Storm" has Muffy befriending a cat character while staying at a shelter. She wears earmuffs despite the fact her ears are ''on the top of her head'' and even makes a joke about not hearing Muffy while wearing them. Later the Brain visits a therapist to deal with anxiety issues after the hurricane. In the background you can see a cardboard cutout of a FunnyAnimal character who is nude except for his bow-tie and glasses. Those sorts of characters are normal for humans but wouldn't it seem weird in a world populated with FunnyAnimal's? At the end of the episode one character tells a dog licking ice cream on the floor that ice cream is for "people".

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** "Shelter From The Storm" has Muffy befriending a cat character while staying at a shelter. She wears earmuffs despite the fact her ears are ''on the top of her head'' and even makes a joke about not hearing Muffy while wearing them. Later the Brain visits a therapist to deal with anxiety issues after the hurricane. In the background you can see a cardboard cutout of a FunnyAnimal character who is nude except for his bow-tie and glasses. Those sorts of characters are normal for humans but wouldn't it seem weird in a world populated with FunnyAnimal's? {{Funny Animal}}s? At the end of the episode one character tells a dog licking ice cream on the floor that ice cream is for "people".


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** George has been called things like "Big Horns" and "Head Gear". He has also knocked things down with his horns. This heavily implies that he is literally a moose, not that he simply looks like one to the viewers.
24th Jun '16 5:56:55 PM nombretomado
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** In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Babs Bunny was magically turned into a non-anthropomorphic rabbit by a witch who wanted to eat her. In the episode "Thirteensomething", she quits ''TinyToons'' and Buster winds up interviewing a mundane rabbit as a potential new co-host. In yet another episode of this series, Plucky wants to fly south for the winter with a flock of non-anthropomorphic ducks.

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** In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'', Babs Bunny was magically turned into a non-anthropomorphic rabbit by a witch who wanted to eat her. In the episode "Thirteensomething", she quits ''TinyToons'' ''Tiny Toons'' and Buster winds up interviewing a mundane rabbit as a potential new co-host. In yet another episode of this series, Plucky wants to fly south for the winter with a flock of non-anthropomorphic ducks.
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