History Headscratchers / Pinocchio

15th May '18 10:29:20 AM Bronys4ever
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**I recommend you walk away from you digital device and receive medical help.
7th Apr '18 9:49:19 PM GhoulNazi
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** Pinocchio says [[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas I'm Gangsta Nigga]]! what happens?

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** * Pinocchio says [[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas I'm Gangsta Nigga]]! what happens?
7th Apr '18 9:48:24 PM GhoulNazi
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** Pinocchio says [[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas I'm Gangsta Nigga]]! what happens?


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** I'd say Gepetto should sell him.
4th Apr '18 1:27:29 AM coolwali
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** My guess would be nothing because it's a "Play" and/or fictional thing. Like how as a kid when you played with others, did you do stuff like "I'm a fireman" or "I'm Batman" despite being neither a qualified fireman or a Superhero. That wasn't lying so much as it was pretening and playing. So in a context like that, if Pinochoio was in a Theatre Play and had to "lie", it would fall under "playing" since there is a pretense of make belive.
17th Mar '18 2:40:38 PM Redmess
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** He also never said he would pay him the entire bag. That seemed to be the implication, but he never promised Honest John the whole bag.
17th Mar '18 2:34:49 PM Redmess
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** Depends on whether or not his nose understands metaphor. Also, in the literal sense, it would technically be true, since no one gave birth to Pinocchio, so he technically does not have parents. Gepetto is a father figure, but not his father.
10th Feb '18 11:39:18 AM sugaricequeen
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** He clearly thinks of Gepetto as his father, so he would be lying when he said that.
10th Feb '18 11:36:48 AM sugaricequeen
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** He knows that "right" means "good," just not what ''actions'' are the right ones for him to choose.
26th Jan '18 9:06:08 PM PurpleOrchidFanatic
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* What exactly was Gepetto going to do with Pinocchio's body before the Blue Fairy brought him back to life? How does one even dispose of the body of a dead puppet? Was he going to bury him (and if so, in a wooden casket no less?)? Cremate him? Paint over his eyes and try to sell him as a regular puppet since even though Pinocchio's dead, he's still technically a functional puppet?
15th Jan '18 2:08:02 PM Delibird
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*** If you look closely at that clock, you'll notice that the child's hand is in a jam-jar. The mother was justly punishing her boy for being naughting and stealing jam.

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*** ** If you look closely at that clock, you'll notice that the child's hand is in a jam-jar. The mother was justly punishing her boy for being naughting naughty and stealing jam.jam. Any parent who can identify with trying to teach their bratty kid not to steal sweets is going to identify with this.



** Panic. Considering these are young children who just had the world turned upside down by a maniacal villain, they probably had a hard time thinking straight enough to come up with a plan. Alternately, maybe some of them did try it and their new owners didn't care and [[HumansAreBastards either kept them for labour or showed them off for money.]] I can imagine the situation for the talking donkeys would be similar to Stromboli and Pinocchio, "Work for me and get some good food, lodgings and become famous. Get too uppity or complain and I'll be having some donkey stew.'' The Coachman probably sells the talking donkeys to people whom he knows won't care about where they came from as long they get rich.

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** Panic. Considering these are young children who just had the world turned upside down by a maniacal villain, they probably had a hard time thinking straight enough to come up with a plan. Alternately, maybe some of them did try it and their new owners didn't care and [[HumansAreBastards either kept them for labour labor or showed them off for money.]] I can imagine the situation for the talking donkeys would be similar to Stromboli and Pinocchio, "Work for me and get some good food, lodgings and become famous. Get too uppity or complain and I'll be having some donkey stew.'' The Coachman probably sells the talking donkeys to people whom he knows won't care about where they came from as long they get rich.



* Who's going to stop the Coachman and save all the Donkey turned boys now that Pinocchio and Jiminy can't save them?

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* Who's going to stop the Coachman and save all the Donkey turned Donkey-turned boys now that Pinocchio and Jiminy can't save them?them?
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** Provided companionship, morale support and a voice of reason (that was mostly ignored during the first half of the movie). Also, when the half-donkey Pinocchio was running around in a panic, he almost certainly would have been caught if Jiminy hadn't showed up in time to lead him away from danger and show him the way to escape.

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** Provided companionship, morale support and a voice of reason (that was mostly (mostly ignored during the first half of the movie). Also, when the half-donkey Pinocchio was running around in a panic, he almost certainly would have been caught like the others if Jiminy hadn't showed up in time to lead him away from danger and show him the way to escape.
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