>that one episode where she flashed random people at a mall
They hold the boobs up higher than they're meant to be, putting more strain on the woman's back to hold them in place.
They are bad except in exceptional medical circumstances. They cause the harm they purport to prevent, or in the very best case, do nothing at all. Think of them like a tie that's either way too tight or ugly, but makes people think you have a long wang.
Not really, but she's got enough personality points that who cares?
Is this the earliest boob themed superheroine to be animated?
I recall catching the opening theme as part of a preview for the whole One Saturday Morning block, and was so disappointed that the series wasn't actually about some sort of redheaded warrior woman like the initial bit of the opening suggested, that I never really warmed-up to the show after that, even though I can agree that what it actually was wasn't terrible.
They're good if you have a particular need to keep them in place, and don't want them awkwardly bouncing around while you're trying to do something. There's also aesthetic reasons, like displaying them in a way only a bra can achieve.
As far as the negatives of wearing a bra goes, most of that can be attributed to the staggering majority of women wearing the wrong-sized bra. Seriously, it's amazing how many women are not wearing the right bra. If we were talking about people and prescription glasses, it would like sending at least 80% of people wearing glasses out of the optometrist's with the wrong prescription, and invoking a plague of Mr. Magoo-esque chaos.
Don't start this again.
No, you get those regardless if you were gonna. A bra does not prevent sagging. At all. Researches and bra manufacturers have gone on record with this. They are purely for style.
>Pepper Ann meets the Eltingville Comic Book, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror & Role-Playing Club
Seriously, it's them.
>It was in style in the 90s. Aren't you glad the 90s are over?
Yeah, now we get to deal with '90s leftovers, coupled with Neo-'80s aesthetics and the fallout from the creative bankruptcy of last decade. It's great. I totally don't lay away at night, begging for death to take me in my sleep in between sobbing fits!
The joke was that she was worried that was worried that would happen when in the last panel it was all but outright stated that the little girl is a regular and that the guys in the shop though Pepper Ann was cute and didn't care she was a girl.
It was a joke on Pepper Ann's expense.
Unless they mean a different episode, it wasn't random people at a mall but her gym teacher and probably part of her class.
take shoes for example
shoes are good right? you wear them and they keep your feet not fucked
except when they're the wrong size and they fuck up how your toes grow
or when you stand and walk all day and you have fallen arches
then not wearing shoes, and walking on sand, helps fix your feet
both wearing one, or not wearing one can fuck ya up, just in different ways
Dude, Disney Adventures had the best comics.
You really didn't know about this?
It was a theatrically released movie.
>you have fallen arches, then not wearing shoes, and walking on sand, helps fix your feet
Wait, it does what? My podiatrist always told me to keep wearing shoes all the time so that the insoles could fix my feet. Is that why my feet are still fucked up after 2 decades? Was that fucker lying to me?
The gym teacher kept asking where her "support" was and to go get her "support". She meant partner for what they were doing (I think trampoline?), Pepper Ann thought she meant her bra.
what the 2nd anon said. you fell for the shoe jew.
nothing, literally NOTHING beats all natural. human's didn't evolve to need shoes, they're just a convenience sold to us by jews.
I wish you loonies wouldn't call the rich assholes jews when you say true things. No one is gonna believe you if you do, and we all suffer all the more for it.
Pepper Ann was a Saturday morning network show and would have been subjected to their S&P. Most of the shows that people bring up when saying that censors used to let things slide were syndicated and were innuendo based. Plus that leniency was usually more in terms of violence than sexual references anyway.
This episode is something else entirely and came just a few years after ABC forced Mainframe Entertainment into giving Dot Matrix a uniboob to meet standards.
>What is with kids today thinking censors were worse than they were in the 90s?
Because they were. You can get away with a lot more stuff now. Doesn't mean that shit was necessarily horrible back then and nothing ever slipped through or got approved.
You can see this best in long running shows. Shit that seemed edgy and controversial is tame by today's standards.