Whould she be classed as a girly tomboy?
I don't know if Is hould be offended by the guy paointing offensive facts about my waifu of teh one being serious.
That's the 2014 /a/ survey, right? I still marvel at how terrible the underage posters' taste is, pretty sure they're the reason /a/ has been more and more shit through the years.
>Implying only physical appearance difines a tomboy.
Are you by any chance 14-17 years old?
>He was merely pretending to be an idiot.
Anon, you might be overestimating the quality of posters we get in between seasons.
>Gyaru ranks at the bottom of every list
You sick tasteless fucks
But tomboyish looking girly girls are the best.
You mean Sen is better than the best? I agree then.
Girly looking tomboy or tomboyish looking girly girls
If girly looking tomboy can be on the same level of cute behaviour as tomboyish looking girly girls then I would pick first one option. But if the factor of cuteness should be considered as separate factor the girly looking tomeboy should be better. But now I can ask about correlation of cuteness and type of girl.
It would be the same thing, to some extent.
I'm confused now.
Not really sure. Either way, she was easily the best part of that show.
It is excellent, which is why you keep hearing good things. The TV show is one of the funniest, most enjoyable and comfy shows ever made when not being at times soberingly serious and dramatic. The movies are easily some of the best /m/ to ever hit the big screen.
MLG PRO 1337 VIEWING ORDER
>OVA1 ('Early Days'), Patlabor: The Movie, Patlabor 2: The Movie, WXIII: Patlabor 3
OVA1 is a fairly light introduction to the setting and the cast, lots of humour and very clearly a trial for adapting the series. Movie 1 is everyrhing you could ever want from 'franchise: the movie'. Darker, bigger, better. Patlabor 2 is am interesting beast, and delves into some of the politics of modern Japan. It was the movie that Oshii directed right before Ghost in the Shell and it shows. WXIII isn't really a Patlabor movie, just a monster movie with a SV2 cameo at the end. You can skip it if you like and get to it later.
>Patlabor TV, OVA2 ('The New Files')
TV is in the vein of OVA1 but much better fleshed out and home to a surprising number of genres, but mainly sticking to a light and entertaining mecha police SoL. OVA2 is a bunch more episodes and more of the same.
Well, it gave us Noa. Noa is /m/'s sisterfu. Not waifu, sisterfu.
I prefer tomboys that aren't reverse trap-tier too.
No problem. Excuse the typos, it's 5 am and I'm typing on a tablet.