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11th Apr '17 6:19:57 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Bloo is Mac's ShugoChara]]

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[[WMG: Bloo is Mac's ShugoChara]]Manga/ShugoChara]]



[[WMG: ''Every'' imaginary friend is/was/will be someone's ShugoChara/would-be self]]

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[[WMG: ''Every'' imaginary friend is/was/will be someone's ShugoChara/would-be Manga/ShugoChara/would-be self]]
22nd Mar '17 8:46:04 AM Jatboy1000
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*Also. it's worth noting that at the end of Good Wilt Hunting, Coco acts motherly towards her two adopter, with fixing Douglass's hair and cleaning Adam's face.
22nd Mar '17 8:00:18 AM Jatboy1000
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*Alternatively, Mac ended up working at Foster's as an adult.


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[[WMG: Coco was created by Mac's mom]]
In House of Bloo's, Mac's mom brought up that she once had an imaginary friend, who she had to leave as she grew up. Mac's mom however had no idea about Foster's, so it's likely that she abandoned her friend. Coco was found alone on an island by Douglas and Adam, who stated that she had no signs of a creator. Given her adamance over having Mac get rid of Bloo, it's possible that she probably feels guilt over leaving behind her friend on what was probably a vacation.
5th Jan '17 12:17:01 PM SeptimusHeap
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This theory has been popular for a while and is even mentioned in the Foster's Wiki. Bloo completely fits into this part of Freud's model of personality, except that he rarely displays sexual lust... Then again, he does in ''Frankie My Dear''. Maybe FreudWasRight after all.

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This theory has been popular for a while and is even mentioned in the Foster's Wiki. Bloo completely fits into this part of Freud's model of personality, except that he rarely displays sexual lust... Then again, he does in ''Frankie My Dear''. Maybe FreudWasRight after all.
14th Nov '16 11:59:19 PM MrMediaGuy2
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Madame Foster's age suggests that people have been creating imaginaries for a long time, since at least the Jim Crow era. It's possible that many kids during the 30s, 40s, and 50s created friends based off of the kind of racist imagery that was common at the time, such as Blackface caricatures and "Injuns" that speak in TontoTalk. Since imaginaries don't age, that means that these friends are probably still running around today. Obviously, people wouldn't want these friends around, since they're a reminder of our ugly past, which makes me wonder what Foster's would do with them. Would they lock them up like with the Scribbles? Would they be banned from Foster's completely?

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Madame Foster's age suggests that people have been creating imaginaries for a long time, since at least the Jim Crow era. It's possible that many kids during the 30s, 40s, and 50s created friends based off of the kind of racist imagery that was common at the time, such as Blackface caricatures and red-skinned "Injuns" that speak in TontoTalk. Since imaginaries don't age, that means that these friends are probably still running around today. Obviously, people wouldn't want these friends around, since they're a reminder of our ugly past, which makes me wonder what Foster's would do with them. Would they lock them up like with the Scribbles? Would they be banned from Foster's completely?
25th Oct '16 7:18:30 PM MrMediaGuy2
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[[WMG: There are [[ValuesDissonance racially-insensitive]] imaginary friends out there.]]
Madame Foster's age suggests that people have been creating imaginaries for a long time, since at least the Jim Crow era. It's possible that many kids during the 30s, 40s, and 50s created friends based off of the kind of racist imagery that was common at the time, such as Blackface caricatures and "Injuns" that speak in TontoTalk. Since imaginaries don't age, that means that these friends are probably still running around today. Obviously, people wouldn't want these friends around, since they're a reminder of our ugly past, which makes me wonder what Foster's would do with them. Would they lock them up like with the Scribbles? Would they be banned from Foster's completely?
24th Aug '16 7:17:32 PM Johnny2071
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[[WMG: Mac will adopt Bloo, as well as Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco when he is an adult.]]
By then, his mother will have ''zero'' say in his association with imaginary friends.
16th Aug '16 2:11:00 PM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG: The show is a prequel to BluesClues.]]

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[[WMG: The show is a prequel to BluesClues.Blue's Clues.]]
17th Jan '16 7:51:19 PM nombretomado
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** Just like StElsewhere.

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** Just like StElsewhere.
''Series/StElsewhere''.
18th Oct '15 11:18:05 AM nombretomado
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* The other cities shown in PowerpuffGirls are actually city-states that have their own methods for defending themselves.

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* The other cities shown in PowerpuffGirls ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' are actually city-states that have their own methods for defending themselves.



[[WMG: Foster's Home is located in a suburb of [[ThePowerpuffGirls Townsville.]] ]]

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[[WMG: Foster's Home is located in a suburb of [[ThePowerpuffGirls [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Townsville.]] ]]
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