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#5232

Are you saying weebs are furries?


#5233

Ah, this makes so much sense. (soon to be me)

No, trust me, don’t like this one.

You bastards :cry:


#5234

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Please refer to the flow chart for proper validation.


#5235

It’s more is a meme


#5236

Yeah, I got that much from this.

@redgek, if I pay you 10 headpats will you actually write a paper on catgirls?


#5237

You sick fuck


#5238

Why not, I wrote my thesis and it was bullshit too :smiley:


#5239

:smiley:


#5240

@redgek:


#5241

I guess I didn’t specify that I wanted real ones. :frowning:


#5242

Okay, you going to quakecon?

Let’s up the ante!


#5243

I wish I did. But murica is quite far away and I am quite a NEET with limited budget lol.


#5244

Fair point. Oh well, I don’t know I’ll be able to give you the irl head pats.


#5245

Do I actually need to do research? lol


#5246

Your choice. I think it will be an amazing meme regardless of research, but if we did research and got it peer reviewed, I could probably get Berkeley to publish it.


#5247

@Reformed_JoelBanks

Aliens

Cat Planet Cuties
Gatchaman Crowds

There you go, one of those two aren’t trash.


#5248


I watched it

Sounds interesting, added to my PTW list


#5249

I have no clue about psychology and/or sociology though :confused:

I wish I could write something like that lol. There was an actual paper about aerodynamics of chest sizes in anime or something. Now that’s dedicated weebs.


#5250

Holy shit, that’s awesome.

Just BS something then. It will be awesome regardless!


#5251

Found it:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/322530755_Analysis_and_Qualitative_Effects_of_Large_Breasts_on_Aerodynamic_Performance_and_Wake_of_a_Miss_Kobayashi's_Dragon_Maid_Character?channel=doi&linkId=5a5ef35a458515c03ee11245&showFulltext=true

This paper has offered a unique compendium of data providing in-
sight into the effects of a specific physiological feature on the aerody-
namic performance of a human. As such, the results have indicated that
large breasts can be notably aerodynamic through the reduction of drag
and lift. The Flat model incurred a 4% maximum drag increase com-
pared to the Normal model, with an average of approximately 2% span-
ning velocities from 1 to 30 m⋅s-1. The Flat model also experienced
more lift, with a maximum difference being 32% and averaging 22%.