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7th Mar '16 2:07:57 PM MagBas
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* PeripheryHatedom: Unsurprisingly, a small group of people, apparently mostly bored teenagers, have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature.
5th Feb '16 11:35:48 PM JMQwilleran
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** Similarly, the show inverts the "traditional" family view: Doc's mother works a high-paying and demanding job, and her father is a stay-at-home dad who does activities traditionally associated with femininity, such as cooking and gardening. But they're clearly a happy, well-balanced couple that's doing a great job raising their kids, which quietly attacks old-fashioned ideas of men working and [[StayInTheKitchen women being homemakers]]. (Although a supplementary book, ''Doc [=McStuffins=]: My World'' indicates that her father [[AllThereInTheManual is a chef]]. So, yeah, still cooking, but on a professional level.)

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** Similarly, the show inverts the "traditional" family view: Doc's mother works a high-paying and demanding job, and her father is a stay-at-home dad who does activities traditionally associated with femininity, such as cooking and gardening. But they're clearly a happy, well-balanced couple that's doing a great job raising their kids, which quietly attacks old-fashioned ideas of men working and [[StayInTheKitchen women being homemakers]]. (Although a supplementary book, ''Doc [=McStuffins=]: My World'' indicates that her father [[AllThereInTheManual is a chef]]. So, yeah, still cooking, but on a professional level. Which puts rather a different spin on it, since females have actually struggled to be accepted in the world of professional cooking.)
5th Feb '16 11:28:43 PM JMQwilleran
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** Similarly, the show inverts the "traditional" family view: Doc's mother works a high-paying and demanding job, and her father is a stay-at-home dad who does activities traditionally associated with femininity, such as cooking and gardening. But they're clearly a happy, well-balanced couple that's doing a great job raising their kids, which quietly attacks old-fashioned ideas of men working and [[StayInTheKitchen women being homemakers]].

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** Similarly, the show inverts the "traditional" family view: Doc's mother works a high-paying and demanding job, and her father is a stay-at-home dad who does activities traditionally associated with femininity, such as cooking and gardening. But they're clearly a happy, well-balanced couple that's doing a great job raising their kids, which quietly attacks old-fashioned ideas of men working and [[StayInTheKitchen women being homemakers]]. (Although a supplementary book, ''Doc [=McStuffins=]: My World'' indicates that her father [[AllThereInTheManual is a chef]]. So, yeah, still cooking, but on a professional level.)
17th Oct '15 9:50:27 AM RAMChYLD
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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people, apparently mostly bored teenagers, have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature.

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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, Unsurprisingly, a small group of people, apparently mostly bored teenagers, have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature.
17th Oct '15 9:50:07 AM RAMChYLD
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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature. Scans of coloring books with pictures of Lambie altered to depict disgusting actions have popped up in certain dark corners on the Internet.

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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people people, apparently mostly bored teenagers, have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature. Scans of coloring books with pictures of Lambie altered to depict disgusting actions have popped up in certain dark corners on the Internet. nature.
16th Oct '15 10:33:38 AM RAMChYLD
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Well, as expected, the first iOS title. Of the three reviews of the game, all three were panning the title. Critics complained that the lack of activities in the game does not justify it's US$4 price tag. Also, it's {{Strictly Formula}}ic, but what were you expecting from a game targeted at toddlers? Thankfully, this sentiment does not continue into the subsequent games (there were ''four'' more after this one, and they both had their own original mechanics).

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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Well, as expected, the first iOS title. Of the three reviews of the game, all three were panning the title. Critics complained that the lack of activities in the game does not justify it's US$4 price tag. Also, it's {{Strictly Formula}}ic, but what were you expecting from a game targeted at toddlers? Thankfully, this sentiment does not continue into the subsequent games (there were ''four'' more after this one, and they both each had their own original mechanics).
16th Oct '15 10:02:36 AM RAMChYLD
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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature. Scans of coloring books with pictures of Lambie being depicted in the most disgusting ways possible have popped up at seedy places on the Internet.

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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature. Scans of coloring books with pictures of Lambie being depicted in the most altered to depict disgusting ways possible actions have popped up at seedy places in certain dark corners on the Internet.
16th Oct '15 10:01:35 AM RAMChYLD
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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature.

to:

* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature. Scans of coloring books with pictures of Lambie being depicted in the most disgusting ways possible have popped up at seedy places on the Internet.
16th Oct '15 9:48:20 AM RAMChYLD
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* PeripheryHatedom: Apparently albeit unsurprisingly, a small group of people have taken a disliking to Lambie due to her TastesLikeDiabetes nature.



* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Well, as expected, the first iOS title. Of the three reviews of the game, all three were panning the title. Critics complained that the lack of activities in the game does not justify it's US$4 price tag. Also, it's {{Strictly Formula}}ic, but what were you expecting from a game targeted at toddlers? Thankfully, this sentiment does not continue into the subsequent games (there were two more after this one, and they both had their own original mechanics).

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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: Well, as expected, the first iOS title. Of the three reviews of the game, all three were panning the title. Critics complained that the lack of activities in the game does not justify it's US$4 price tag. Also, it's {{Strictly Formula}}ic, but what were you expecting from a game targeted at toddlers? Thankfully, this sentiment does not continue into the subsequent games (there were two ''four'' more after this one, and they both had their own original mechanics).
9th Aug '15 3:05:32 PM Segal991
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* TheWoobie: Every toy that gets injured has their moments.

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* TheWoobie: Every toy that gets injured has their moments.moments.
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