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27th Sep '16 10:31:26 AM shokoshu
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*** The creators did an AssPull...oops, ThatCameOutWrong...and just poofed Poof out by Timmys wish.


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* In "Land Before Timmy", Chester still has his braces. Due to Timmys anti-technology wish, even metallurgy doesn't exist. Are they chiseled from stone or what?
20th Sep '16 9:20:41 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Well, for one, [[CameBackWrong Eddie's not exactly ship-shape when their magic brings him back to life - trying that same thing on a human being would probably just bring them back as some sort of decaying zombie.]] Also, it's been implied a few times that Da Rules can be disregarded by fairies if they grant a wish that they don't perceive as rule-breaking. Cosmo and Wanda didn't know that there was a dead gerbil buried beneath Mrs. Turner's garden, and the wish wasn't specifically to bring him back, and even if someone like Jorgan was able to find out about the violation, I doubt he'd care enough about it to demand that it be undone - an undead gerbil doesn't really run the risk of exposing the existence of fairies to the world, so there's not much harm as long as Timmy explains it was unintentional.
20th Sep '16 6:29:55 PM nombretomado
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** You're trying to put logic into aging in cartoons? [[{{Pokemon}} Ash Ketchum]] has been ten for at least a decade. And who knows how long it'll be until [[ArchieComics Archie and the gang]] graduate from Riverdale High?

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** You're trying to put logic into aging in cartoons? [[{{Pokemon}} Ash Ketchum]] has been ten for at least a decade. And who knows how long it'll be until [[ArchieComics [[Franchise/ArchieComics Archie and the gang]] graduate from Riverdale High?
13th Sep '16 4:59:01 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** Timmy's wish was to bring everything in Mrs. Turner's garden to life; Eddie was under the garden, so he was brought back as well. It's not speciesist, if anything, it's just an example of an accidental use of a loop hole.
18th Aug '16 5:10:31 AM shokoshu
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* In "That's Life", Eddie the hamster is brought back to life (as side effect). So Da Rules merely forbid reviving ''people''? (So speciesist.)

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* In "That's Life", Eddie the hamster gerbil is brought back to life (as side effect). So Da Rules merely forbid reviving ''people''? (So speciesist.)
18th Aug '16 5:08:32 AM shokoshu
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* In "That's Life", Eddie the hamster is brought back to life (as side effect). So Da Rules merely forbid reviving ''people''? (So speciesist.)
17th Aug '16 5:39:30 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** Haven't seen the episode, but if Timmy convinced Chloe to only take his fairies on a certain day, and then wished away that day, wouldn't that really tip Chloe off if he were to try and do it again? (Also, was there really no character development in that episode?)
8th Aug '16 9:42:37 PM Keniko
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** Poof is his Fairy Godbrother, Chloe is just his godsister.
8th Aug '16 8:56:40 PM Keniko
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*** [[TheSimpsons Well, then I guess everything's all wrapped up in a neat little package! [[SincerityMode Really, I mean that.]] Sorry if it sounded sarcastic.]]

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*** [[TheSimpsons Well, then I guess everything's all wrapped up in a neat little package! package!]] [[SincerityMode Really, I mean that.]] that. Sorry if it sounded sarcastic.]]
7th Aug '16 6:44:46 AM Tambry161
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** Yeah, I doubt Timmy would be willing to wish away Saturday and/or Sunday.
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