Ok, so obviously, i think the thing all us miraculeurs are waiting for the most is for #adrienette or #Ladynoir to happen. But, I'm just so annoyed why these two have NO IDEA who eachother are.
I mean, c'mon! Marinette has to be the only person in all of paris to have BLUE HAIR! And adrien frickin has his picture plastered everywhere! I mean, he's a model for god's sake! Has anyone ever noticed that adrien is a proper DUMB guy?! That time, in 'Lady Wifi' he could have found out lb's true identity! But he didnt open the door! and then he went home and started killing himself for it!? why?! ughhh it's literally killing me seeing them like this! xD someone helppp! december is too far way for season 2!!!
But since we're miraculous fans i'll cut you some slack
I'm not proud of it Chelsea, and I'm not laughing about it either. Like I said, I was dumb, and I don't know what made me do it. A couple of years later when I was older I knew how dumb it was, but I still don't think I understood why I did stuff like that. Maybe at that age I just didn't know how to relate. I guess its common for younger boys to tease girls sometimes, even though it really means they like them.
So how old are you I want to clearly estimate if you're still a teaser
So are you positronic?
No, I'm significantly older. I don't want to say exactly, because I don't want anyone freaking out or thinking I'm some kind of weirdo who's here because of some sinister intent to "meet" buddies online. I'm *just* here because I LOVE the show and the characters, the same as all of you. And there's no one my age who I can talk to about it, so it's either come here to discuss it or just shut up and get off the internet. If it's a crime for someone who's not the "right" age to enjoy this show, then I guess I'm guilty.
Marinette is a wonderful character. Yes, I know she's entirely fictional and doesn't really exist, but no matter what your age, you can still admire and identify with fictional characters. Especially if the characters seem real in some way, because they seem to behave realistically and have the same kind of emotional responses that real people do. The show's writers, animators, and voice actors have given her a very realistic personality, so it's easy to be drawn to her and slip into the illusion that she exists. Everything about her is totally DESIGNED by the creators to be attractive -- from her appearance and facial expressions, her voice, all of the personal qualities that make her seem like a real girl, and all of her admirable and heroic qualities. She has dreams and hopes and talents and problems. Even her little quirky flaws and less-than-perfectness is designed to make you identify with and/or love her. That is something that not all lead characters in not all fictional television shows succeed in doing. So I hope you'll let me hang around and not think there's something wrong with me being here.
I should add that I have ALWAYS, always loved cartoons, my entire life. That goes from the very oldest ones like the silent Felix the Cat cartoons, to Disney's Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, to Looney Tunes, right up to the present. I have watched thousands of them, and own hundreds of them on DVD.
Some of you may not realize just HOW exceptional and special a cartoon MIRACULOUS actually is. It really is totally unique and nothing else like it has ever been seen before, on a number of different levels. Combining aspects of traditional humorous cartoons, American superhero action cartoons, Japanese shows about magical girls and henshin heroes, and relatable elements from a high school romantic comedy. The characters really resonate as types of people who exist in real life, and they have to deal with problems relating to other people. They're not perfect, but they still aspire to be better people, and inspire people who watch the show with hope and optimism and trying to be better people themselves, too.
Hi positronic there's no problem with you being here and you're right the characters seem real and lovable so will you actually tell me your age or what
I guess sometimes when I'm watching Marinette trip all over herself, or back down from what she'd REALLY like to do, I want to be like Alya and tell her "Go for it girl!" and just take the initiative and lay her cards on the table. I feel like Mari could have made a little more forward progress towards her life goal (he IS her life goal, at this point) by being a little more "forward". I don't see where there's anything to be ashamed of about it -- her feelings are genuine, so why shouldn't she just come right out and tell him she really likes him? She's so shy! But sometimes I wish she could see that she's not really helping her own cause by being so timid -- she's got a lot to be proud of about herself. I mean, she should be thinking about what HE could be possibly thinking -- like maybe he DOES like her as more than a friend, but doesn't know how to tell her, because -- before that first day of school when they met, Adrien HAD NEVER GONE TO SCHOOL WITH REGULAR KIDS BEFORE. I mean, she has to know that about him, right?
I know that she's thinking "But... what if he doesn't like me THAT way?" Well, what if he doesn't? She'll never know unless she tells him how SHE feels about him. What's the worst that could happen? He could say... "I'm already in love with someone else -- Ladybug." Of course he might or might not tell her the Ladybug part. And then she'll have to figure out what she'll do next, depending on exactly how much he tells her. But if he did tell her he was in love with Ladybug -- then it wasn't exactly a total loss for Marinette either, was it?
I'm twelve too! I have a 25 year old sister, an 9 year old brother, and another 20 year old sister. My 20 year old sister has a BFF that loves Miraculous. My BFF, my sister, my sister's BFF, and I are always watching Miraculous.
Well...my sister and her friend aren't ALWAYS watching Miraculous, neither does my BFF, but I am.
What do you think?