If you were an animal-person in Bojack Horseman. What animal would you be?
intelligent nihilistic and with a wicked sense of humor
I'd ideally like to be a goat because goats are cool, but I think I'd act more like a hyena or something in the context of the BoJack Universe.
A cute little mare.
gone ahead and did mine
It depends honestly, the show is really inconsistent with how much "animal" a person is.
For example, in the first episode Bojack says he weighs 1200 pounds, which kind of makes sense because he's a horse. But that's actually pretty heavy, and it's never really reflected on through the environment (ie, nothing bends or breaks or whatever).
Conversely, bird animal people can fly simply by flapping their arms, and Wanda (Bojack's owl girlfriend) has the vision of an owl (extremely acute night vision).
So the question is, how many animal powers do you get from being that animal, and what else changes in terms of your physique?
I'd probably just go for human and get a cute waifu or something.
Poorly disguised furry thread for this pro-furry propaganda show. Yiff in hell.
Can't you furshits take this to another board?
I think /b/ is a much better place for people like you.
I may be a butterball, but I'm not some kind of dependent or parasite.
I guess if I was a bug I'd be a spider like a big orange orb weaver, fishes seem too spacey, I couldn't keep calm enough to be a cold-blooded herpoid, all fat birds are cute and happy like the adorable kakapo.
But there are considerably less insectfolk in the particular world of Bojack Horseman, or at least in L.A.
Maybe the entertainment industry has a mammalian bias?
Well, that could be like saying in their universe that anyone living anywhere here in this universe would be Indian or Chinese.
Krill are actually the most populous beasts, too and not beetle larvae.
I was going off on pure biodiversity, not population.
My numbers were off, anyways. A whopping 33% of us would be beetles.
Nobody knows what I am and I'm perfectly ok with that, more privacy for me.
Now I'm thinking about Maus.
>He also had a lot of dogs. Does this ruin my metaphor?
I swear a lot of people liked this story for the quirkiness, just like so many other stories in English about foreigners.
a dohle, a medium sized carnivorous canine that can weigh around 40lbs, and is culturally associated with intelligence, cooperation, and attacking shit much bigger than itself, occasionally fighting tigers and regularly killing prey weighing 175kg.
I'm pretty smart, sharp and with excellent vision. I'd be an owl tbqh