Quotes: Tertiary Sexual Characteristics
So what exactly is the difference between Pac-Man and Mrs. Pac-Man? Noah:
Well, she's got a bow on her head!
"Y'see, I know it's a female
dog because it has little pink ribbons on it's head. We wouldn't want to give the impression Marlowe is a gay
, would we? Even in other dog movies we still feel the need to have that scene where the dog sees, like, a girl dog and is sexually attracted to her or somethin'. Can't they leave this sex stuff out of a kid's movie? I mean, kids have up until they're eight to start having sex
, leave 'em with those precious few years of innocence for God's sake!"
We believe that this
crest and these
markings indicate... a female.
Boy, this is strange! [after being turned into cartoon mice] Helen Knable:
Strange? I'm a cartoon mouse wearing high-heel running shoes. The word "strange" is somewhat lacking.
"So! Being a ladybug automatically makes me a girl! Is that it, flyboy?!"
I suppose this is the Pink Badger? But since it has the same design, doesn't it seem forced to call this one a female? Kay:
You think so? I mean, just look at how long her eyelashes are! Edgeworth:
That's the only difference. Kay:
And the fact that she's pink. Edgeworth:
Yes, and? Kay:
And her lips are red! See, lipstick! Edgeworth:
....... (What? She has nothing to say avout the giant pink ribbon, or is that too obvious?)
Somehow... the idea of a mouse, with lipstick and eyelashes and a dress with high-heeled shoes; a mouse, ten times bigger than the biggest rat... this idea has always made me sick!
Donald Darnold Duck
's thought bubble, MAD
parody "Mickey Rodent"
Bob: There's a giant monster in the lake.
Bob: An' I'm pretty sure it's a girl! It had eyelashes! I think only girl monsters have eyelashes.
Molly (a girl monster with eyelashes):
"In cartoon world, girls have lips and boys don't."
"But he has a bow! According to the law of Pac-Man, that's practically video game genitalia!"